Key elements of a common law claim

A claim is always a stand alone action and always begins with the filing of a new case. It is never a counter claim or a cross-claim.

Once created with its own case number, a “Notice: Claim; Trespass”… may be placed into an existing case as a means to secure a concurrent hearing or trial with the same parties listed in the original case.

There are 4 elements to making a claim;

there must be a controversy (takes 2 to Tango)(CF: Cause of Action)
there must be a specific claim of “wrongdoing” – preferably by a real man/woman – who often used their “office” to violate your property as a man/woman.
there must be a specific remedy sought by the claimant – ie: cease action against you, and fees charged daily until the other party ends the matter or the court does it for you.
the claim must be sworn or affirmed to be true – ie: they must appear in court to make a verifiable claim, affidavits will not do, and attorneys cannot speak for them.
A claim can be as simple as;

i, [a] man, claim wrongdoer trespass by way of extortion.

i require compensation of 60 hours of community service (or daily fees, etc)

i say here and will verify in open court that all herein be true.

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