Common Law Assembly

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An Assembly is established when a group of people gather together and agree to work together for a common purpose.

A Common Law Assembly consists of at least twelve or more people who sign the charter to maintain a common law assembly.

An Assembly is a group of people gathered for a common purpose

The activities of a common law assembly are governed by an Assembly Constitution. This Constitution is a set of ten rules all chartered members of an assembly agree to that govern how an assembly is convened and administered. We are also governed by the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 (Click on the link to download it). If you haven’t already, it is highly recommended you read it now, as it is the supreme law of the land.

Once a community establishes an assembly, it has all the powers of a government.

Groups that we have a direct contact with are listed below:

South Burnett – meets in Kingaroy – register here >>

Sunshine Coast – meets at Bli Bli Hall – register here >>

The Common Law Assembly groups throughout Australia are listed on this page on the Common Law Assembly website.