SA Jural Assembly

SAJurA Mission Statement

The Southern Africa Jural Assembly is dedicated to the restoration of a complete and fully operational land and soil jurisdiction state and district common law and customary law court system by, for and of the people and serving the Southern Africa people and their free and independent self-determining states, free from corporate RSA Inc. Agencies and Courts, the preservation of the National Trust, the enforcement of the Public Law, the upholding of the Constitutions or Covenants and or Bill of Rights of the free and independent unincorporated states, the re-population of our land and soil jurisdiction, the filling of vacated Public Offices, the reclamation of our material and intellectual public and private assets and protecting the people from RSA Inc. Agencies overreaching their limited legal fiction jurisdictions.

To these ends we, the living people of Southern Africa, have called the eligible people, nationals and electors to assemble and to serve as Jurors and Officers, and we have established the process and procedure to qualify Jurors and others competent to hold State and Public Office. We do this peacefully and without ill will in the exercise of our unlimited unincorporated powers and capacities.

General Procedures of People’s Courts

SAJurA Handbook

The SA Jural Assembly Handbook has been adapted for South Africa from the American States Assembly Handbook by Anna Von Reitz; much gratitude to Anna for all she is doing for the common law assemblies worldwide;

Principles of Common Law

Principles (aka “maxims”) of law are, in fact, simple statements that anyone can employ in the presentation of their case; they are nothing more than guidelines to help in conveying to a court or jury the reasons and justification for doing, or not doing, what was done, or not done, by the court, plaintiff or defendant.

They are arguments which a Jury must judge, in the same way that they must judge all the facts and common laws before them; however, maxims are not sacrosanct; they are not unarguable; in some instances, they can even be downright wrong.

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Black’s Law Dictionary

Black’s Law Dictionary gives one the legal definitions of words; now, with every later edition the definition of words is being changed to suit the narrative;

Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition is the one we recommend:

Further Education:


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