Legal Definitions

November 26, 2018

Canada Income Tax Trusts Not Real Trusts

Summary Canada income tax trusts are NOT real trusts. This is because our tax research concludes Canada deems the trust parties are handling Canada’s money. Therefore, they already have trust relationships with Canada. It seems this is why Canadian laws can control, and tax, such trust property. A Canadian Income Tax […]
July 2, 2018

Canada is Not Sovereign – but De Facto Doctrine Applies

Canada is Not Sovereign – But De Facto Doctrine Applies Summary Canada is not sovereign? Google says the fourth most-searched question about Canada is, “Is Canada a country?” That seems silly. But it seems they never formed Canada properly in law. If so, then it exists due to the de facto […]
January 21, 2018

Broken Legal System Causes Financial Rape

Summary “The #MeToo moment is a symptom of a broken legal system“, said Margaret Atwood on Twitter. We agree. There is no rule of law. This is from telling people they are equal, then making some people unequal as officers. Some office holders, such as prosecutors, abuse their offices. However, their […]
August 9, 2017

Debbie Anderson No Income Source As Tax Evasion Defence

  Summary – Debbie Anderson Tax Evasion Defence Debbie Anderson was charged with tax evasion. Her tax evasion defence analyzes what “income source” means. That term is undefined as “income” and “source” are undefined. Debbie Anderson had no income source. That means her taxable income is zero. However, they do […]
May 22, 2017

Jurisdiction, Canadian Tulip Festival, Income Tax

Summary Legal jurisdiction can be by geographical area, by subject matter, or both. First, in 1943 Canada exempted a geographical area, allowing Princess Margriet to be born in Ottawa as a Dutch citizen. Their gratitude is why the Netherland annually gifts Canada tulips. This is the reason for the Canadian […]