What is Common Law and how can it work for you?

Put simply, Common Law, or the Law of the Land, has been used to govern and keep the peace in communities ever since mankind gathered together for their mutual protection. It is the body of law decided on by a community to govern themselves and to ensure all people can gain a remedy for any wrong done against them. More Information or watch the video here:

Common law in Canada is vested in our Commonwealth of Canada, Constitution of Canada of 1867 – It is the highest law of the land. This website provides information, explains procedures, and makes available documents for anyone wishing to learn about and use Common Law.

How do you stand in Common Law?

The first step is to register your Live Birth: Click here to Record your Live Birth. There is no charge for recording your records.

Once you register your birth you have taken the first step to regaining your freedom from the political party corporate government system.


We provide educational materials, videos, and courses to help people learn and comprehend how common law works for everyone.


We provide the tools you need to help you start common law assemblies, download documents, and record membership.


We provide tools and information to help you activate your participation in common law assemblies, courts, and activities.

Common Law empowers people to work together to protect their rights, freedoms, and communities.

Join a Common Law Assembly

Common law assemblies unite the people of a community and empower them to govern themselves, elect Sheriffs and Court members, and even train civil defence teams. Click here to sign:
a Charter to convene and maintain a common law assembly

Common Law Records

Record your live birth, motor vehicle, home and property, marriage, lawful rebellion. Receive a record certificate free immediately you finish entering your information. Click for
Common Law Record Repository