Part of the Canonum De Los Positivum:
Article 92 – Canons of Positive Law
92.1 Canons of Positive Law
By this most sacred Covenant, the Canons of Positive Law are formed, also known as Canonum De Ius Positivum. All standards of Law as it pertains to Positive Law are subject to inclusion in the Canon of Positive Law.
92.2 Primary and only true 1st Canon of Positive Law
The Canonum De Ius Positivum represents the primary, one and only true 1st canon of Positive Law. Excluding this Covenant, all other laws, claims and agreements claiming standards of Positive Law shall be secondary and inferior to the Canonum De Ius Positivum ab initio (from the beginning).
Any law, court orders, opinions or other quasi legal claim that contradicts this most sacred fact, or contradicts one or more clauses contained within Canonum De Ius Positivum shall be ispo facto null and voided from the beginning.
92.3 Structure of Canon of Positive Law
The Canon of Positive Law, also known as Canonum De Ius Positivum is structured into One (1) Book, which in turns is divided into Chapters, which in turn are divided into articles and then one or more Canons within each article.
The major Chapters of the Canon of Positive Law shall be:
I. Introductory Provisions
Article 289 – Force
Force, is either valid lawful compulsion by authority to perform or refrain from certain actions or unlawful violence. When properly authorized, force is also known as “enforcement”.
The word force comes from the Latin fortis meaning “strong, sturdy, brave or resolute”.
In the absence of proper authority, no use of force by an official is lawful.
No order has authority, therefore no enforcement is lawful unless it is in accord with these Canons.
Enforcement is unlawful unless the obligation sought to be enforced is clearly defined by some valid deed and the person to whom the enforcement is directed has previously consented to perform the obligation. Enforcement is always unlawful if sought against any implied obligation, or claimed secret agreement.
Fraud of agreement and agreement negates any claim of valid enforcement. Fraud of consent by failure to disclose or deliberate concealment negates any claim of enforcement.
Valid enforcement of Statute law is equivalent to enforcement of Contract Law, Trust Law and Property Rights.
The issue of an order itself does not make authorized enforcement.
Any military, police or other armed person that unlawfully enforces an illegal order, consents and assumes all liability and penalty.
Any military rank that unlawfully enforces an illegal order consents and agrees that they no longer possess any honor, valid rank nor code and are nothing more than a criminal militia force.
Any military or police that refuses to obey a lawful order of enforcement issued by an Official Person in accordance with these Canons is guilty of treason, extreme dishonor and consents and agrees to any and all punishment and disgrace