Principles - Common Law
From the time that Parliament was born,
with its Parliamentary Members inside it,
the members have tried to trump
Common Law and,
in recent years,
even do away with it altogether.
"You cannot have a fiction gaining authority over it's creator."
in Reference to Parliament: William Keyte
The common law of England has a number of advantages that give English law unique properties that have neither occurred or been evolved anywhere else in the world, and to which there is no known comparison system or basis.
It is a system, a founding principle, that has been often copied, adopted and adapted as far as possible, and mimicked throughout the world, to greater and lesser degrees of success and with various levels of authenticity. Yet nowhere has it been applied, or is it possible to apply it, as it has been possible for it to be applied when practised in the land in which it was born. This is to some extent down to historical reasons, but it is also caused by the immutability of its basic principles.
The first of the principles that makes this so is as already stated its origins, lying in the practices and customs of people.
Drafted ?? soon, posted a little later, 2016.
Irradic ality mause dic ipict
Anuli electum mae a forcum