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Trespass Proclamation & Signs

Updated: Oct 11, 2022

Hello good people everywhere.

For your information please find the following links to a variety of free downloadable trespass signs revoking the implied common law right of entry for any individuals and/or corporal entities. Please feel free to share this link and download and print any version of the trespass signs and the accompanying trespass proclamation. You must place these signs at the entrance of your property to revoke the implied common law right of entry.  Once these signs are in place you are within your lawful rights to use any amount of reasonable force to stop any intruder that tries to enter your premises without either a lawfully sworn warrant or they have been granted permission by you by appointment. You do not need to display the accompanying proclamation this is provided for you to help your understanding of The Common Law and Your Rights. It is also not mandatory to place any information on the signs however it is often helpful to have a contact number or some method of contact on the sign if you wish to allow anyone entry by appointment.

Kindest regards and God Bless

Pastor Paul

“At Common Law, a person is entitled to use all force that is reasonable in the circumstances, if they or their family and community are threatened or attacked. They understand that when they believe any person or corporeal entity is acting unlawfully, they will use all reasonable force, up to and including lethal force if necessary, to defend themselves, their families, their community and all those that they Love.”

 – Pastor Paul Robert Burton

“And, therefore, when it is said that a man has a thing of common right, it is always to be understood that he has it by the common law. And it is further held, that the common law is called common right, because it is the best and most common birth-right that the subject hath for the safeguard and defence not only of goods, lands, and revenues, but of his wife and children, his body, fame, and life also. An Act of Parliament made against common right, is void and impossible to be performed: for the law is reason and equity to do right to all, and to preserve men from wrong and mischief, and will never make construction against law, equity and right, the rule being legis constructio nunquam facit injuriam.”

– Sir Edward Coke


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