A Writ of Summons was filed on behalf of Mr Reehman against his employer CERTIS Security Australia, and the State of NSW for enforcing mandatory Vaccination as part of Order No2, Public Health Act 2010. Mr Reehman has suffered loss of job after being threatened and coerced to submit to PCR testing and mandatory vaccination, to which Mr Reehman declined. The matter was lodged on the 19th of September, and successfully filed in the High Court of Australia on the 20th of September 2021. The two defendants, CERTIS and the State of NSW were served notice of the writ of summons on the 23rd of September 2021. No response has been lodged with the Court at this time. An affidavit of service was filed with the High Court of Australia on the 27th of September 2021. A statement of claim has been drafted by the team at WinningVictoriaBack, and will be filed with the court today, the 1st of October 2021. The subject of the matter is Constitutional, being civil conscription with regards to s51(xxiiiA) of the Constitution.
As per High Court rule 27.01, the defendants have until 7th October to appear
(d) state that the time limited for the appearance of a defendant, where service is effected within Australia is 14 days from the date of service on the defendant, and in any other case is 42 days from the date of service on the defendant;
After the defendants have appeared, we will have 14 days to file for a directions hearing as per High Court Rule 27.06.1:
- No later than 14 days after the time referred to in paragraph 27.01(d) for a defendant to file a notice of appearance, the plaintiff must file and serve on all other parties (whether or not those parties have appeared) an application for directions.
A link to the High Court Rules can be found here http://classic.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_reg/hcr2004170/s27.01.html
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