Charge the government for your precious time

Your right to State compensation

You have the right to be compensated by the State for your administrative work!

Eg. processing, penalties, fines, parking infringements, etc …

No one has the right to force your unpaid involuntary performance labour or servitude or force you to incur costs.

All requests / requirements that anyone makes of you including Councils, State and Federal Government departments, you have the right to be compensated by them

you have the right to make and provide your terms and conditions and invoice them for your time, labour, consumables and services including processing and replying to rates, penalties, demands etc … !!!


64 Compensation

(2) A person may claim compensation from the State if the person incurs loss or expense because of the exercise or purported exercise of a power under a transport Act, including, for example, in complying with a requirement made of the person.

Examples of costs

(1) Consumables and stationery … eg, pens, paper, envelopes, stamps etc …

(2) Labour … your time and hourly rate for perusing, researching Acts of Parliament and replying to documents and calls.

(3) Photocopying and printing …

(4) Travel … vehicle expenses price per klm running costs, fuel and you hourly rate as delivery driver.

(5) Postage … stamps, envelopes, and general postage costs, your hourly rate …

(6) Banking and financial transactions charges and your hourly rate.

(7) Telephone and associated charges (all communications should be in writing)

You can provide your

(1) Fee schedule

(2) Invoice

(3) Cost recovery Notice

You can write and ask for your costs to be payed up front in advance prior to you commencing the work.

§ PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 1999 – SECT 13 The APS Code of Conduct

(3) An APS employee, when acting in the course of APS employment, must treat everyone with respect and courtesy, and without harassment.

(4) An APS employee, when acting in the course of APS employment, must comply with all applicable Australian laws.

For this purpose, Australian law means:

(a) any Act (including this Act), or any instrument made under an Act; or

(b) any law of a State or Territory, including any instrument made under such a law.


Your request for performance labour and associated costs for processing your request is unable to be under taken till such time we are compensated and receive payment of our invoice.


When a taxpayer fills out a BAS GST return to the Taxation Department, or a Census form, there is provision to record how much time you spent filling it out. Add a monetary charge accordingly!


Warning: Forcing or compelling a person’s unpaid involuntary labour / performance / servitude or exercising ownership direction or control over a person is a Criminal offence that carries terms of imprisonment.

Causing or forcing a person to enter or engage in debt bondage, definition: (“involuntary forced payment”) is a Criminal offence that carries terms of imprisonment



About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understand the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head this year.

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