Step 1. Email a copy of your courtesy notice [with agent/officers particulars] and a copy of the fine/bill to the Original Land Court to be filed. [email@example.com]
Step 2. You must then request the assistance of an infant [tax agent and/or 3rd party] to issue the agent/officer an invoice.
- Remember if you are a Sovereign [de jure], you are the crown, you own all crown land and the crown pays their wages.
- Remember if you do not have the government officer/agents full name and address you have no one to charge.
- Remember you must detail times and dates for your administrative process, or you wont have a case.
Step 3. Complete the Invoice. Alter, amend, delete the fields to suit your situation.
Step 4. Invoicing Process
- Send the invoice notice
- Invoice Reminder
- Invoice Final Reminder
- 1st Notice of Default
- 2nd Notice of Default
*You need to retain a copy of the invoices.
*You need to send all invoices via registered post and maintain a copy of the registration slip.
*You are required to do your due diligence first before the Original Land Court steps in to enforce the invoice.
Step 5. If the officer fails to Pay the invoice, the Commercial Lien due process will commence. This can take up to 120 days to complete. This administrative process is undertaken by the Original Land Court, as the Sovereign [de jure] is not a person, therefore cannot issue fines or invoices or commercial liens.
A commercial lien on a persons property will disable them financially for life, if the matter is not remedied.