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Law Common to Oneself

This brief natural law resource, law common to oneself, was compiled by faculty and staff of the NEU School of Natural Law.

Law common to oneself is the Common Law of one’s own sovereign kingdom.  In fact, the very meaning of sovereignty is that the decree of the sovereign makes the law.

As with Common Law, the law extends to the territory of the sovereign; and, being mindful as always that one (wo)man’s rights end where another’s begins… you, as a sovereign have the natural right to make the law by decree for your sovereign territory.

As the maker of the law in one’s own sovereign kingdom, one likewise may hold court.

Learning how to conduct one’s own court is the holy grail of enforcement of one’s sovereign rights.

We wish you peace on your heroic journey to reclaiming your sovereignty, which is your birthright.


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