On Tuesday 16th November 2021 at 2.41pm in the High Court of Australia Mr J.K. Kirk, SC (Instructed by Timothy Morgan Burston) on behalf of the Crown Solicitors office of New South Wales sought to remit the matter of Reehman v Certis Australia and the State of New South Wales back into Supreme Court of New South Wales’ State jurisdiction based on the rulings of the recent Kassam v Hazzard and Henry v Hazzard proceedings that were dismissed in the New South Wales Supreme Court.

The Honourable Justice Gleeson ordered the case would not be remitted into the Supreme Court of the State but alternatively would be heard in the Federal Jurisdiction of the Federal Court of Australia. We will keep you all up to date with any further developments in the matter as they arise.

Congratulations are in order to Mr Reehman in his efforts to thwart the attempts of the New South Wales Crown Solicitors to remit the matter back into State Jurisdiction.

7 Comments

  1. Sue on November 19, 2021 at 11:13 am

    Awesome! thanks for standing true. Praying for all I. This case and that truth and justice will prevail!

  2. Pam Davis on November 21, 2021 at 9:23 pm

    Ashame that it isnt been heard in the High Court straight off. They are obviously trying to delay the matter as much as possible so that it is no longer relevant and eats up money. Whilst good it didn’t get remitted back to supreme court, its very dissapointing its not being heard at the high court. A corrupt government . Thanks for all the efforts of everyone

    • Lucia Cursio on November 26, 2021 at 5:33 am

      We will get there Pam. Just remember, we are self represented and the Court is not accustomed to having people from the community accessing the High Court despite its availability being an essential element of our right to be heard and to have natural justice. Our arguments are strong. We are staying the course and will not be deterred by remittal to the Federal Court. We don’t believe that the Federal Court is the place to have this hearing, and we will use procedural mechanisms backed by common law findings and rulings in the High Court, to win our day in Court.

      • Pam Davis on November 29, 2021 at 10:46 pm

        Thanks Lucia for your encouraging words. I do believe that we will have our day as God is with us. Its just so sad to see so many of our fellow Australians suffer in the meantime. I pray each day God gives protects then and that God gives the team at Winning back Victoria strength. Patience, resistance and endurance is very important. I also heard on Reiner Fuellmichs podcast that he is expecting a “Nuremburg 2.0” like trial at the end of this year so watch this space. May God bless everyone in the meantime. Thank you for your compassionate words

        • sean on December 1, 2021 at 3:39 am

          Great effort Pam and support! Keep praying and standing 🙂 What is the scheduled date of the next hearing or appeal please?
          Where would you recommend to learn what you are applying right now, please?
          kind regards

  3. Lucia Cursio on November 26, 2021 at 5:37 am

    Hi Adam. The Federal Court has the jurisdiction to hear various types of cases, including civil matters such as the one we are raising. The difference is in the powers conferred by the Constitution and the Judiciary Act that only the High Court has. Specifically, the remedy we seek to invalidate the mandates and that Acts that give their effect. The High Court has the authority to invalidate the Act, and for this to apply to all the States and Territories within the Commonwealth.

    • Eli on December 6, 2021 at 8:10 am

      Yes, so we see then why they are trying to keep it, unjustly, out of the High Court; limit the breadth of the remedy for the entire country. Criminals they are, hmm?

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