13 Volition, Remedy and Law


Welcome to Session 13 of the series on The Law Explained and the topic tonight being the concept of Volition, otherwise known as “Free Will” and its fundamental relation to every aspect of valid Trusts and the fundamentals of Law. 

Part 1 – Review on Key Concepts

Page 3 – Review of Key Points from Session 12

Page 4 – What are Goods?

Page 5 – What are Chattels?

Page 6 – What is a Sale? *Statutes

Page 7 – What is a Bargain?

Page 8 – Origin in Statute of Bargain and Sale

Page 9 – Concept of Rolls, Estates and Persons

Page 10 – Inchoate Instruments Explained

Page 11 – What is Debt?

Page 12 – Set-Off Explained *Statutes

Part 2 – More about the concept of Fraud

Page 14 – What is Fraud?

Page 15 – Elements of Personal (Actual) Fraud

Page 16 – Core Maxims of Fraud in Operation of Law

Part 3 – The concept of Volition

Page 18 – What is Volition? (free will)

Page 19 – Western-Roman Accounting depends on Volition

Page 20 – No Trust can exist without Volition

Page 21 – No Property can exist without Trust

Page 22 – No Volition means no law or crime or punishment

Page 23 – To deny Volition is to deny there is any law

Page 24 – Abjuration (by Grantor)

Page 25 – Revocation (by Grantor)

Page 26 – Abdication (by Trustee)

Page 27 – Resignation (by Trustee)

Page 28 – Disclaim (by Beneficial Holder)

Page 29 – Surrender (by Beneficial Holder)

Page 30 – Rescission (by Agent)

Page 31 – Disavowal (by Principal)

Parts 4 – Seven Pillars of Law

Page 33 – The Seven Immutable Pillars of Law

The seven pillars are Logic, Honesty, Benevolence, Equality, Knowledge, Comprehension, Reasonableness. However, I would like to now express them into statements to enable you to compare the seven immutable pillars to any existing system where you live.

   1. If it is Illogical it cannot be Law

   2. If it is Dishonest (Fraudulent) it cannot be Law

   3. If it is Repugnant it cannot be Law

   4. If it is Unequal it cannot be Law

   5. If it is Unknowable it cannot be Law

   6. If it is Incomprehensible it cannot be Law

   7. If it is Unreasonable it cannot be Law

If just one of these pillars is missing, then there is no proper operating system of law where you live.  Did you test these seven immutable pillars against the knowledge of the present system where you live? Did the system where you live fail on one or more of these pillars?