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From: Sovereign sharna

Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

'I' below, refers to 'any man or woman' who wishes to travel freely on the highways and roads of this land using any motor vehicle privately, in a non-commercial nature whilst harming no-one and not causing breach of the peace.

1) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must have a drivers licence?
2) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must take and pass a driving test?
3) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must register my own, paid-for vehicle and therefore transfer its ownership to the government and I only become the registered KEEPER?
4) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must submit my vehicle for an MOT test/certificate?
5) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must annually pay tax
(vehicle licensing fee)?
6) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must submit a SWORN Notice to you (or anyone else) under ANY circumstance WHATSOEVER?
7) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must have 3rd party
insurance?
8) Am I not already adequately and LAWFULLY insured via my own NHI?
9) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that my vehicle must have seat-belts fitted?
10) Is it a LAWFUL requirement that I must wear seat-belts?
11) Is it a LAWFUL requirement that my vehicle must be fitted with a catalytic converter?

Please also answer these questions above separately replacing the word vehicle with motor car and private carriage.

I expect a truthful and factual response remembering that you are under oath in office to HM Queen Elizabeth II in right of NZ and anything but the truth would be an act of treason against the Queen.

All authority of living woman affiant being
Sovereign:sharna-kim:

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Kia ora Sharna,

 

Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 which
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Dear Sharna-Kim

 

This email acknowledges your below request for information made under the
Official Information Act 1982, which has been transferred from the
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on 29 January 2021.

 

Your request has been forwarded to the appropriate section of Waka Kotahi
NZ Transport Agency for response. They will contact you if they require
clarification of your request, more time to respond, or if your request
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From: Sovereign sharna <[5][FOI #14531 email]>
Sent: Tuesday, 26 January 2021 1:54 PM
To: Information [DPMC] <[6][DPMC request email]>
Subject: Official Information request - Transport

 

Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

 

'I' below, refers to 'any man or woman' who wishes to travel freely on the
highways and roads of this land using any motor vehicle privately, in a
non-commercial nature whilst harming no-one and not causing breach of the
peace.

 

1) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must have a drivers licence?

2) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must take and pass a driving test?

3) Is it LAWFULLY REQUIRED that I must register my own, paid-for vehicle
and therefore transfer its ownership to the government and I only become
the registered KEEPER?

4) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must submit my vehicle for an MOT
test/certificate?

5) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must annually pay tax (vehicle
licensing fee)?

6) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must submit a SWORN Notice to you (or
anyone else) under ANY circumstance WHATSOEVER?

7) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that I must have 3rd party insurance?

8) Am I not already adequately and LAWFULLY insured via my own NHI?

9) Is it a LAWFUL REQUIREMENT that my vehicle must have seat-belts fitted?

10) Is it a LAWFUL requirement that I must wear seat-belts?

11) Is it a LAWFUL requirement that my vehicle must be fitted with a
catalytic converter?

 

Please also answer these questions above separately replacing the word
vehicle with motor car and private carriage.

 

I expect a truthful and factual response remembering that you are under
oath in office to HM Queen Elizabeth II in right of NZ and anything but
the truth would be an act of treason against the Queen.

 

All authority of living woman affiant being

Sovereign:sharna-kim:

 

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