In Australia many men and women have been and continue to be imprisoned, before trial and before conviction, for a small matter for up to two years. A small matter is one where the maximum penalty is a fine if you are found guilty. There are many cases of men and women imprisoned in Australia for small matters who have had no hearing and no conviction. The presumption of innocence you took for granted no longer exists in Australia.
Our right of presumption of innocence is one of our many causes of action.
UPMART is an association of men and women, who are also electors, who are united in common causes to uphold, protect, and live their inalienable human rights.
UPMART members are the spirit of freedom in action.
UPMART members are active in their political protest upon the association's many causes of action.
There are many men and women now living or who once lived within Australia who are, or were, the victims of human rights abuses occasioned by public officers. A public officer is a person who holds a position of authority and responsibility in our community. Examples of public officers are judges, magistrates and members of the various police forces. There are several types of human rights abuses occasioned by public officers. Three of these are:
Type 1 abuses, those abuses of human rights occasioned outside of statute laws.
Type 2 abuses, those abuses of human rights occasioned pursuant to the enforcement of statute laws.
Type 3 abuses, those abuses of human rights occasioned as a result of the public officer being either negligent or failing to do duty of care obligations that exist at common law or failing to do due dilligence.
Type 1 and Type 2 abuses have a disturbing common element, namely the abuses are occasioned by the public officer as a result of that officer exercising his or her discretionary powers. That is, the public officer had a choice to do or not to do the abuse, and has exercised free will to do the abuse.The public officer who has done, or is about to do a type 2 abuse usually justifies the abuse by saying that:
a) he or she must occasion the abuse in order to uphold the statute law. (Police officers have said on the witness stand "I was just doing my job"
b) he or she must put the statute law above his or her conscience of right and wrong.
At first glance you may not know the depth of the issues that we live and
stand for or understand the significance of our causes in your life. We
who stand to protect those human rights that are in jeopardy, and that
you now take for granted, are not always understood in our time. Indeed
there are those who consciously choose to oppose our causes of truth,
liberty and justice. Whom do they serve and who stands to gain from their
On this page is a very brief summary of some of the causes of our association known as UPMART.
In the UPMART Step 1 Seminars and Common Law Courses these causes are expanded.
A list of many of our causes is on the expressions of interest page. | GoTop |
Walking the talk of Human Rights.
UPMART members practice what they preach. We live our rights in the face of other humans who want to control us. One of our causes that we preach is our inalienable right to choose who we want to re-present our matters for us in court. UPMART members uphold those inalienable human rights that are virtuous and promote truth, liberty and justice. We are leading the way in many causes of freedom. We have already had many exciting adventures and each member has many stories to tell, but the best is yet to be.
Some of our initiatives are open to the general public to enjoy and participate in. However most of our initiatives are restricted because they require certain knowledge of law and how they work. Many have tried to stand in our causes, and many have failed, only to blame others in our association rather than to look at themselves or the source of the problem that is within our members of parliament or the agenda and the interests of multinational businesses. Hence candidates require training. The training begins by attending the pre-requisite seminars and courses. However, some of our initiatives like UCAR and Common Law Marriages and others of our class actions are open to the general public. Please feel free to participate in these open initiatives. | Go Top |
UPMART Class Actions Overview.
The number of human rights violations committed against electors by members of the state police forces and by Magistrates and Judges is growing daily. The violations are not restricted to electors, but it is the electors that have the authority and the power to act and take affirmative action to correct the system and laws at the foundation of those wrongs. Many of the victims, who are electors, are determined to right the wrongs and change our judiciary and our state police forces back to serving the public and not the one-world order or multinational corporations .
Through class actions many bad laws, bad individuals and bad systems are now being challenged by these victims and by other concerned men and women, who want to stop the erosion of human rights. Class actions work. Class actions are powerful. Class actions provide an opportunity for all concerned persons to act, with only little effort and very little cost. You are now invited to join into our Human rights class actions. UCAR is the first but not the last of our class actions. | Go Top |
UPMART for Right of Representation.
Your right to choose the representative of your choice to represent you in court in your legal matters even if that representative is not a member of the legal bar or a solicitor (eg your parents, competent friends etc).
(UPMART = United People Movement Against Representation Taboo)
Name of the class action is UCAR. The UPMART Class Action on Representation . At present barristers and solicitors hold a monopoly on representation in court matters. Only with permission of the magistrate or judge can you choose a representative who is not a barrister or solicitor. The fact is, you are considered qualified and smart enough to represent yourself so you should also be considered smart enough and qualified enough to choose a representative other than a barrister or solicitor. You are qualified to choose representatives of our federal and state parliaments to run the country so why can't you choose a representative for yourself for your matter in court? It is your right to choose the representative of your choice to represent you in your matters in court. At present Australian courts are locking defendants up only because they want to represent themselves in their matters.
This class action is to break through the monopoly of Legal Representation currently held by Solicitors; Barristers.
When we win this one, common law representation will be available to you.
Court matters will be-cheaper, easier, friendlier.
We invite you to join the UPMART Class Action on Representation (UCAR).
Go to UCAR page, Go Top:
UPMART Living our Right of Political Protest.
U.Car.Ra. UPMART Car Rallies for Human Rights. or UCARRA.
It is our generic 'Catch All Phrase' for a particular UPMART modality of protesting where we simply drive our motor vehicles to politically protest one or more bad laws. In other words, electors are protesting against bad laws by driving vehicles with Protest Number Plates that identify the cause of the protest. Several causes exist at present that have attracted the attention of UPMART. The initiative of UCARRA is another historic event in the making. The first ever UCARRA in Australia's history was completed on 25 October 2005 in WACO, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland . This UCARRA was in response to the serious deprivation of human rights inflicted upon Jerry Kobylski by Magistrate John COSTELLO in the Southport magistrates court, two weeks earlier.
Go to UCARRA page, Go Top |
UPMART Exposing & Challenging the Bail Act Con.
UMABA is an Acronym for UPMART MEMBERS AGAINST BAIL ACT ABUSE
The Bail Acts of the States of the Commonwealth are used as a tool to coerce people into accepting punishment before conviction.
Three maximums of law.
Freedom of choice
Freedom to enter or not to enter into contract.
Presumption of innocence. A natural person must be taken to be innocent until proven guilty, especially on minor summary matters where there are no victims and where the defendant disputes the charge made.
The penalty imposed by Bail conditions against a Defendant cannot be more onerous than the penalty that would arise if the matter or charge against the Defendant was proven.
Freedom from incarceration for summary penalties. Minor summary matters should not attract heavy penalties. For example, a person who has his /her licence suspended because of non-payment of a parking fine, should not be imprisoned for 24 months upon the second occasion that the person drives his /her vehicle. This is the law in the State of New South Wales pursuant to s25 of The Road Transport (Driver Licencing) Act 1998. see Questions of significance.
This is a very good reason, apart from privacy and other grounds, why New South Wales drives might find it useful to obtain an UPMART Common Law Driving Licences, or in the least support that initiative, or lobby parliament to remove the draconian legislation.
A parking fine is a summary offence. It has no victims. There is no suffering. | Go Top |
Your Right of Redemption.
Your right to:
a) redeem yourself from state fines such as speeding fines and parking fines, credit card debts etc commonly known as commercial redemption.
b) redeem yourself from indebtedness under a mortgage or your right to receive a re conveyance of the legal estate so that the mortgagor regains the full legal and equitable estate.
c) buy back, (e.g. mortgaged property,) by discharging the debt: (Van den Bosch v Australian Provincial Assurance Assn Ltd  2 NSWR 550;
Have you ever received a speeding fine or parking fine that you thought was unfair and unjust? For our community to be healthy, the constituents of our community must necessarily be able to exercise their individual right to redeem themselves from unfair and unjust state imposed fines and credit card debts etc. Learn the tools and the language and the processes's of your right of redemption. | Go Top |
UPMART Community Services
UPMART re Common Law Marriages. (UCLM)
Now available to the general public to persons who have attended an UPMART seminar or Law Course.
If you're married and living in Australia you will most likely be married pursuant to the federal Marriage Act 1961, unless:
a. you're married in another land by another set of rules,
b. you're married in Australia in accordance with common law.
Many couples are now choosing to marry pursuant to common law, which has many advantages over statutory marriages. Thanks to UPMART, Common Law Marriages are now here in Australia and are available to couples who seek to marry. It is not only aboriginals who can marry at common law, non-aboriginal people can too. UPMART common law marriages provide protection from the problems associated with the Marriage Act 1961. Indeed the protections of common law marriages are so blatant that many couples who have been married pursuant to the Marriage Act, are divorcing and re-marrying pursuant to Common Law!
NOTE* UPMART generally does not allow its initiatives and the blessings to be open to the general public. Our initiatives are normally only open to be used by members. Common Law Marriage instruments are available at no cost, to the general public for those couples who have attended a Step 1 Seminar.
Whilst the initiatives of UPMART are pioneering and progressive, we, the members, are by nature generally, conservative in our thinking, and seek that only persons who have certain knowledge and foundation understanding of common law, be permitted to use these initiatives. | Go Top | about the marriage Act 1961;
UPMART services for victims of D.O.C.S.
The Department of Community Services has caused grief to many families. Many children have been stolen by D.O.C.S. and subjected to all manner of cruel treatment whilst parents have stood by helpless, not knowing what to do or whom to turn to. UPMART has assisted many parents and children, and provided to them the means for their defence against D.O.C.S. Whilst our resources in this area are growing, we are not as yet in a position to guarantee assistance when requested by the public, however we do encourage you to become self-sufficient at law and to learn the self-defence legal skills you need. You may begin your journey of self empowerment at the UPMART Common Law Course. There you will discover the ease and power of the common law. | Go Top |
UMPART services for victims of psychiatric abuse.
The psychiatric profession has caused many problems. Once again UPMART members have come to the rescue using common law tools to assist many members of our community from psychiatric abuse. This is a new service and our resources in this area are growing, we cannot guarantee assistance when requested by the public, however if our trained members are available to assist, then assistance is usually provided. Are you a victim of Electroshock "Therapy" or do you know someone who is (a friend or family member). There are many victims of Community Treatment based orders where drugs are administered to "patients" without their consent. Do you know someone like this? Would you like to help them or yourself? The first step is to to know your rights, and then to know and learn the tools to live those rights. If you want you can begin your journey of empowerment at our Common Law Course. The course has helped hundreds of individuals to solve problems such as yours. | Go Top |