PROPERTY RIGHTS CASE OF THE CENTURY IS STARTING 5 DAYS FROM NOW

Spencer v Commonwealth of Australia

Please turn up IF YOU CAN…. justice works better with public scrutiny…

Court Case commencing 24th November 2014 for 3 weeks – Federal Court of Australia, Sydney NSW. Even spending an hour there on a number of days would be helpful.

Detail Federal Court of Australia and the court sittings:

Court Sittings:
10.15am-12.45pm and 2.15pm-4.15pm

Location
The Federal Court Registry in New South Wales is located on levels 17 – 22 of the Law Courts Building Queens Square Sydney. The building fronts both Phillip Street and Macquarie Street. The street address for the building is 184 Phillip Street, Sydney.

The entrance to the building is from Queens Square and can also be accessed from Phillip Street or Macquarie Street. The building is shared with the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the Sydney Registry of the High Court of Australia.

The public enquiry counter is located on level 17. This is where you will need to go to file documents and forms.
Courtrooms are located on levels 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22.
There are noticeboards on level 17 and on the ground floor opposite the entrance which show details of the cases which will be heard by the Court each day. The noticeboards on levels 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 show similar information.

With thanks from the Spencer team….”May the force be with us!!!!”

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5 thoughts on “PROPERTY RIGHTS CASE OF THE CENTURY IS STARTING 5 DAYS FROM NOW

  1. Bob

    Suggestion: make sure you retrieve funds from PayPal very often. If PayPal detects a sudden large volume of activity it might block the account. In Australia. they are also suspicious of “Donation” accounts.

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    Yes. Indeed. Peter is aware that sometimes happens. Thanks! – Mod

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    1. ianhampton2014 Post author

      Thanks very much Gillespie. If you want to follow this more closely – keep an eye on the Facebook page “Support Peter Spencer and Aussie Farmers”

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  2. shaun

    Feel free to email me, happy to discuss strategy. the current approach is highly unlikely to succeed…the laws are there for a reason and need to be handled in a specific way.

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