CLRA holds an open public forum on the third Wednesday of every month from February to December. The meetings are open to anyone interested in learning about the law and how to exercise your rights.
Relevance of the Australian Constitution and understanding how it applies to State, Territory and Federal legislation.
Learning how the Commonwealth Constitution and inherited laws of England apply to the issuing of fines / infringement / penalty notices, and seizure of property.
Gaining knowledge of aspects of the rule of law, i.e. the inherited laws of England and the Commonwealth of Australia’s Constitution Act 1900 (UK) including knowledge of court procedures.
Knowledge of estate in fee simple inherited rule of law on property, on the use and enjoyment of land.
The important role that all people have in the structure of governance in Australia, including various other topics that are relevant to the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia.
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CLRA Meetings held at Hallam Reserve in Victoria
When: 3rd Wednesday of most months.
For First Time Guests / Beginners: Introductory information available for download from website or printed form the venue
Start time: 7:30 pm
Duration: Approximately 3 hours.
Tea, Coffee and snacks are available.
Upcoming Meetings at Hallam Reserve in Victoria
Wed 15-Feb-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 15-Mar-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 19-Apr-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 17-May-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 21-Jun-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 19-Jul-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 16-Aug-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 20-Sep-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 18-Oct-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 15-Nov-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Wed 20-Dec-2017 @ Hallam Reserve
Entry to all venues $9.00 for non-members & $4.00 for members.
Public meetings will be held in Hallam at the venue below.
Frawley Road Hallam.
What to bring
Notepad and pen or pencil for taking notes and a USB memory stick to upload the nights information if you want to study it at home.
Bookings are not required, though if you wish to be notified of future meetings, simply join our mailing list.
The information presented is for educational purposes and general guidance only as it is not legal advice.