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County and Municpal Ordinances ARE NOT Binding Public Law

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No Matter WHAT the Courts Tell You, County and Municpal Ordinances ARE NOT Binding Public Law!!
JUNE 16, 2015 TAOOFLAW

I am giving away these two chapters of my second book simply because the information in the second attached chapter relating to ordinances is so wide-spread and pervasive in every single Union State.

Please read them carefully and compare what is written to your own sovereign state’s constitution and see if you notice the same irregularities in what your pretend representatives have been doing to you for the last several decades of deceit and betrayal in which they have all engaged at some point or other.

It works very much like the “good cop” problem, there are no “good cops” because they won’t arrest and charge the bad ones out of self-preservation for their own careers. And no less is true of the politicians you have allowed to occupy your public offices. Even when things are done that violate law, ethics, morality, and the constitutional prohibitions making it unlawful, they do nothing to expose and call out their corrupt fellows to be held publicly accountable.

Screw the ‘thin blue line,’ the ‘code of silence,’ and the ‘chain of command’ if any or all of them require or allow corruption and abuse of power and authority to win the day over right and justice. Don’t any of you dare stand there and call your actions or inactions ‘good’ when you see evil things being perpetrated and do nothing to stop, prevent, or publicly expose it just so you don’t risk losing a paycheck. Nothing is more pathetic and hypocritical than that.

What I have written about here is everything that we are all having to experience and survive in our modern police state and over-regulated society and way of living, and it needs to stop. But only by knowing and educating others can we hope to do that. So please, take the time to read what is contained in the attached document, especially if you are an attorney or personally know one that would appreciate the information (good luck on that one….).

General-Notes-on-Ordinances-Are-Not-Law

https://taooflaw.wordpress.com/2015...nicpal-ordinances-are-not-binding-public-law/
 
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Your post made me think of this.


https://forestqueen2020.wordpress.c...t-of-city-county-codes-ordinances-prohibited/


ENFORCEMENT OF CITY/COUNTY CODES PROHIBITED

Here are several items that refer to the concept and the cases I've
heard of relating to it.

NOTICE ENFORCEMENT OF CITY/COUNTY CODES PROHIBITED
California law prohibits cities and counties from enforcing city or
county codes and ordinances upon property that is not OWNED by the
city or county -- even if the property is within city limits.
>
CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE
CHAPTER 5B
CITATIONS FOR VIOLATIONS
OF COUNTY, CITY OR CITY AND COUNTY ORDINANCES
SECTIONS 853.1 THROUGH 853.4
(REPEALED IN 1967)

The Supreme Court ruled that municipalities cannot exert any acts
of ownership and control over property that is not OWNED by them,
see Palazzolo v. Rhode Island, 533 US 606, 150 L.Ed. 2d 592, 121
S.Ct.___(2001) (no expiration date on the takings clause for city's
illegal enforcement of its codes on the man's private property and
restricting the man's business), affirming both Lucas v. South
Carolina Coastal Council, .505, US 1003, 120 L.Ed. 2d 798 (1992)
(butterfly activists and code -enforcement cannot restrict
development of the man's private swampland unless they lawfully
acquire the land FIRST, surveying with binoculars constitutes a
"takings"), and Monterey v. De1 Monte Dunes, 526 US 687 (1999), 143
L..Ed. 2d 882, 119 S.Ct.____(1998).

NOTE THE DATE SOF THE FOREGOING CASES

In the Monterey case, the Californian private property owner was
awarded $8 million for code enforcement's illegal trespass and
restriction of his business, and another $1.45 million for the
aggravation of a forced sale.
 

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law is all about enforcement......i enforced laws around my home for my children that were probably UN-constitutional when they were young.......IE they did not have the right of free speech...