Torrens Title – stealing land from widows by the Government of South Australia 

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422 Pulteney Street, formerly  200 Hanson Street

 

The Government of South Australia stole this valuable landholding from Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

The Government of South Australia can steal your family home from your loved ones under the Torrens title land system.

The Torrens land system is evil. 

 

A legal tenancy in common was formed with Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard can also hold it in severalty on her own title.

 

The Government of South Australia has a land registration system that only their public servants can get at.

We can't protect what we own from being stolen from us as a result of that.
All the Government has to do is keep your name and documents off the register, and register others instead of you, to steal your landholding.

The Government of South Australia is involved in organised crime.

 

South Australia as a fledgling colony introduced this corrupt Torrens land system to the world and against the advice of the judiciary.

Either Robert Torrens made a big mistake, or the system was introduced to give the Government control over all of the land for their evil ends.

A fledgling colony that didn't take into account the laws of trespass and the common law damages that are payable as a result of the trespass that the Government creates.  

The Government of South Australia are tortfeasors facilitating trespass and theft through their Government office lands registration system and through their corrupt public servants. The Government takes your money for the Government coffers through the registration process but has no intention of ever honouring their obligation of guaranteed title and possession to your landholding.  

Never, ever, introduce this evil corrupt Torrens land system anywhere.

 

The Government of South Australia employs rogues who cheat widows out of their landholdings.

If you have concerns over the risk that the Government of South Australia is placing your home or business in under the Torrens land system contact the Premier at:

http://www.premier.sa.gov.au/

 

 

 

It is well established that Shell can not hold the site by themselves.

Amoco Australia v. Rocca Bros (1972) 7 SASR 268, (1972) 7 SASR 327, (1972-1973) 133 CLR 331, (1975) AC 56.
Privy Council: Lord Morris, Lord Cross, Lord Kilbrandon, Lord Salmon, Lord Edmund-Davies at 344: Finally their Lordships turn to consider whether the headlease can remain on foot if the provisions of the underlease disappear. On this point again they have no doubt that the Full Court reached the right conclusion. It is not possible to regard the two leases as separate dispositions of property.
Held (2) That the underlease and headlease were part of a single commercial transaction.

 

Instrument 1795618 Lands Office Adelaide

Shell are co-tenants with Colin Hubbard and Edward Lear by the agreement below and Shell can not hold the site by themselves (Amoco v. Rocca Bros above).

Including "every person claiming through, under, or in trust, for it (Shell), them (Colin Hubbard and Edward Lear), or any of them (Shell, Hubbard or Lear)".

Mrs Lucy Hubbard is the person claiming through Colin Hubbard as his executrix and takes Colin Hubbard's title on his death and is a co-tenant with Shell.

The Hubbard family, including Mrs Lucy Hubbard, reserved the right to terminate Shell and remove the pumps from the site.

Colin Hubbard told Mrs Lucy Hubbard "if anything happens to me, you get the business". She also has the right to terminate Shell.

Shell can not hold the site by themselves. The arrangement guarantees the supply of fuel for a quarter century.

With a guaranteed supply of fuel the Dealership is secure, and with the guarantee of the business continuing, the Dealership has a high monetary value of goodwill.

 

 

 

 

Shell House North Terrace Adelaide (built in 1931)

The Shell Company of Australia did not even exist, neither did the Shell House exist, when Walter Henry Hubbard (Colin Hubbard's father) was selling Shell fuel at 200 Hanson Street in 1925.

The Shell fuel was supplied by the British Imperial Oil Company Limited, and all of the sites were independent owned and multi-brand fuel. 

The News 12 January 1926 page 10

 

The Shell Company of Australia was not incorporated until 31 December 1927.

The Shell House on North Terrace, Adelaide did not exist until 1931.

The Hubbard family was selling Shell fuel supplied by the British Imperial Oil Company in 1925.

The Shell Company of Australia built their empire by stealing service station sites from widows when the husband as owner/dealer died.

Shell had a plan through solus trading (single brand sites), to swindle their dealers using their lawyers and steal sites from the dealers.

Corporate crime, with the help of the corrupt Government of South Australia in their lands office.

Shell doesn't need the Shell House on North Terrace anymore. Shell has no dealers. Shell stole all the sites they needed.

For Shell smashed to bits across Adelaide click here.

 

The Shell Company of Australia incorporated 31 December 1927:

Shell House North Terrace Adelaide Built in 1931:

 

They were all independent Dealers.

Colin Hubbard as an independent Dealer used the Shell House hall for functions for customers to promote Shell products.

 

Mr Colin Hubbard:

 

Signed by Shell Managing Director Lewis Luxton and not honoured by Shell 

In November 1952 there were no company sites.

The service stations were all owned by independents.

Signed by Colin Hubbard as the independent owner/dealer.

 

Lewis Luxton was the Managing Director at the time of Colin Hubbard's death in 1960.

He was also at the Shell House in Adelaide for 10 years from 1937 and  would know full well that the Hanson Street / Pulteney Street site was privately owned.

In April 1961 Shell made a fraudulent misrepresentation that the site was owned by Shell. http://www.hubbards.id.au/hubbards%20422%20Pulteney%20Street.htm

At that time, in 1961 Lewis Luxton was the Chairman of the Shell Group of Companies in Australia and knew the site was privately owned.

 

Lewis Luxton, Director

The Secretary was John David Clifford Kellock.

The lawyer's signature as witness is Geoffrey Harry.

Geoffrey Harry, Callaghan and Co, solicitors.

That law firm was well aware that it was a privately owned service station.

Geoffrey Harry was the witness to it, that it was an independent Dealership.

John Callaghan's signature of that law firm appears on all of the fraudulent documents lodged in the lands office in 1965, five years after the death of Colin Hubbard and unbeknown to his widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

Later in a telephone conversation with lawyer John Callaghan his words were "women can't run them...they take them away from women"

They cheat women by fraud behind their backs and steal from women.

 

 

John David Clifford Kellock, Secretary

 

 

The lawyer's signature above as witness is Geoffrey Harry.

Geoffrey Harry, Callaghan and Co, solicitors.

That law firm was well aware that it was a privately owned service station.

Geoffrey Harry was the witness to it, that it was an independent Dealership.

 

In fact that law firm of Geoffrey Harry and John Callaghan made a statement that Colin Hubbard rebuilt the site in 1952 at a cost of £5000 (about $1mil in today's money).

Shell was no more than the builder and the supplier of the petroleum products under a solus trading agreement.

Shell was not the owner of the site. Shell made a fraudulent misrepresentation that they were the owner of the site.

The site was independently owned, and trading, amongst other things including motor vehicles, Shell petroleum products.

 

That law firm of Geoffrey Harry and John Callaghan lodged all of the fraud documents in the lands office on the same day, 19 January 1965.

The documents all bear the signature of John Callaghan of that law firm.

That law firm sat on the documents for 5 years and kept them from public view and off the lands register with the intent of fraud. 

The documents were lodged 5 years after the death of Colin Hubbard and with the knowledge that the site was privately owned and with the knowledge that Mrs Lucy Hubbard had a title to the site.

That law firm defrauded Mrs Lucy Hubbard for Shell and the other parties involved and were paid by Shell.

John Callaghan of that law firm attempted to justify his involvement in the theft by his words "women can't run them...they take them away from women".

There is only one way the theft can be processed and that is with the Government of South Australia, through its public servants in its lands office.

Those public servants were well aware of the 5 years lapse of time and they were also well aware that they were committing a crime by fraud.

 

 

All of the service stations were independent dealerships in 1952, most of them owned and operated as family businesses for decades.

Shell was well aware of the history of the industry which came about through changes they themselves made, and they were well aware that until 1953 they were all privately owned sites right across the industry.

http://www.hubbards.id.au/

Advertiser 6 December 1952 page 8

 

 

The transaction is with the Hubbard family as owners of the business and landholding.

Hubbards reserved the right to terminate Shell and remove the Shell pumps from the site.

 

Fraud of Survivorship by lands office instrument 2595276

There is no survivorship. 

Mrs Lucy Hubbard inherited the business and landholding from her husband Colin Hubbard under his Will.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard took a land title from her husband Colin Hubbard the instant he died.

 

JUS ACCRESCENDI INTER MERCATORES LOCUM NON HABET, PRO BENEFICIO COMMERCII.
Co. Litt. 182
Jus accrescendi inter mercatores locum non habet, pro beneficio commercii.
The right of survivorship has no place among merchants for the benefit of commerce.

In other words, it means that there can be no right of survivorship in business tenancies.

 

Wolfson v Registrar-General (1934) Argus Law Reports 320
Registration merely records the title that has been transmitted to the executor under the Will.

The Government of South Australia defrauded her, a widow, out of her valuable landholding.

Based on their misogyny that "women can't run them...they take them away from women"  Shell's solicitor.

 

Tippins v. Coates (1853) 18 Beav 401

SIr John Romilly The Master of the Rolls at 403: "joint and several...during their lives they are all jointly liable but when one dies his several estate and heir is liable" 

The Government of South Australia put Mrs Lucy Hubbard in a position that if there had been a fire or explosion,

she would have been jointly and severally liable, but despite that the Government deprived her of the business and landholding through their fraud.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard was jointly and severally liable for the business and landholding, but not entitled to any benefit of the business and landholding, through the Government of South Australia's fraud.


In Re Hodgson: Beckett v. Ramsdale (1885) 31 Ch D 177
Bowen L.J. at 189: ‘I do not know that anything better can be cited than the language of Lord Sellbourne in Kendall v. Hamilton.
“What was before joint thus becomes several by the dissolution and by the exclusion in Equity of the survivorship which takes effect in law”… I translate it to exclude the doctrine of survivorship

 

Joint and several landholding:

“What was before joint thus becomes several" and the several or separate titles are then held in common. 

It devolves as a tenancy in common, and it can also be held in severalty by Mrs Lucy Hubbard by her several or separate title.

Title is the right to the "thing" then now or in the future. The thing is the landholding.

 

Words of severance:

Express intention. It is well established law that words of severance create a tenancy in common.

If one of us dies we are deemed to have severed inter vivos and created a tenancy in common:

 

Williams v. Hensman (1861) 1 J&H 546

Sir Willam Page Wood Vice Chancellor at 560: "making themselves jointly and severally responsible...their interests should be treated as held in severalty...so as to exclude the survivorship...and treat the interest as a tenancy in common."

 

Joint and several which devolves as a tenancy in common and can also be held in severalty:


The rentals are ground rent in instruments 1795618 and 1795619.

They are one and the same. Exactly the same amount in 1795618 and 1795619.

Shell paid nothing. The site was privately owned and not a company site.

The arrangement guarantees the supply of fuel for 25 years with the right to terminate Shell as the supplier.

 

Shell Directors

In 1964 at the time of the fraud the Shell Directors were:

Lewis Luxton, Robert Paul, Elliot Grant, Charles Hansen, James Madders, George Ramsden

Many of these Shell Directors were employed in the Shell House at North Terrace in Adelaide before they were appointed as Directors.

They would know full well that the Hanson Street / Pulteney Street site was privately owned.

Robert Paul

Elliott (Joe) Grant

Robert Arthur Paul was at the Shell House in Adelaide between 1946 and 1950 and was the Assistant Sales Manager for South Australia.

He would know full well that the Hanson Street / Pulteney Street site was privately owned.

In April 1961 Shell made a fraudulent misrepresentation that the site was owned by Shell. http://www.hubbards.id.au/hubbards%20422%20Pulteney%20Street.htm

At that time, in 1961 Robert Arthur Paul was the Managing Director of the Shell Company of Australia and knew the site was privately owned.

 

Fraud document 2595276

Fraud of survivorship lodged by Shell's lawyer John Callaghan to cheat Mrs Lucy Hubbard out of her landholding:

Recorded on the lands register by a rogue public servant K. Condon in the lands office to cheat Mrs Lucy Hubbard out of her landholding:

 

Waimiha Sawmilling Co v. Waione Timber Co (1926) AC 101
Lord Buckmaster at 106: "fraud may be established by a deliberate and dishonest trick causing an interest not to be registered and thus fraudulently keeping the register clear".

 

 

Benefit from the fraud of survivorship

Ted Lear obtained $ 1/2 million (current value) from Shell, signed by Shell Director James Coupar Madders.

If it was Shell's site, ie a company owned site, as they falsely claimed, (Shell's fraud letter: http://www.hubbards.id.au/hubbards%20422%20Pulteney%20Street.htm) Shell would not have paid anybody anything.

Ted Lear was born in 1906.

He was the half-brother to Walter Henry Hubbard born 1889.

They had the same mother Maggie Hubbard who became Maggie Lear in 1905.

http://www.hubbards.id.au/

http://www.hubbards.id.au/Hubbard%20family%20members.htm

In 1964 Ted Lear was 58.

Ted Lear would have been eligible for retirement at 65 in 1971.

In 1964 as his early retirement plan, he obtained £3224.10.0 over a period of 8 years by fraud of survivorship processed by the Government of South Australia in its lands office by instrument 2595276.

He obtained the equivalent of $1/2 million through the Government of South Australia's fraud on Mrs Lucy Hubbard in the lands office through public servants.

Through government fraud, Shell's fraud and the fraud of lawyers, he also obtained everything else to do with the business, to the detriment of Mrs Lucy Hubbard. 

Ted Lear did not operate the site after 1962 as evidenced by the business registrations below, and he was 56 in 1962 and not eligible for retirement.

He had to have income between 1962 and 1964. It is estimated that he obtained in excess of $1 million through the fraud. 

Shell obtained the prime site in Adelaide that they wanted by fraud on Mrs Lucy Hubbard and made $100's of millions turnover through their fraud.

The Government of South Australia made $10's of millions out of fuel tax on the site by fraud on Mrs Lucy Hubbard.
The site was operated by fraudulent business name registrations and in trespass by others from 1962, through government registration systems (below).

James Coupar Madders  - Shell Director on instrument 2595277

 

Instrument 2595277:

 

Benefit from the fraud of surrender

In 1964 we find Shell giving up the landholding without Mrs Lucy Hubbard, even though she is a co-tenant with Shell 

Instrument 1795618 Lands Office Adelaide (see above)

Shell are co-tenants with Colin Hubbard and Edward Lear by the agreement and Shell can not hold the site by themselves (Amoco v. Rocca Bros above).

Including "every person claiming through, under, or in trust, for it (Shell), them (Colin Hubbard and Edward Lear), or any of them (Shell, Hubbard or Lear)".

Mrs Lucy Hubbard is the person claiming through Colin Hubbard as his executrix and takes Colin Hubbard's title on his death and is a co-tenant with Shell.

 

If it was Shell's site, ie a company owned site as they falsely claimed (Shell's fraud letter: http://www.hubbards.id.au/hubbards%20422%20Pulteney%20Street.htm) and the landholding in instrument 1795618 was to Shell only, then Shell would not need to give it up in 1964 but just continue it on.

 

The reason is because the landholding in instrument 1795618 is to Mrs Lucy Hubbard as well as Shell and they did that to cheat her out of it, by a fraud on her.

Otherwise Shell would have been able to just continue the landholding on without any need for surrender or renewal.

Shell cannot hold the site by themselves (Amoco v Rocca Bros)

Shell has been involved in fraud. A designed cheating of Mrs Lucy Hubbard by moral turpitude.

 

Shell gained a financial advantage over Mrs Lucy Hubbard by fraudulently taking what was a valuable landholding from her by surrender without her.

The theft of a business and landholding from her. Shell cheated their Dealer Mr Colin Hubbard, cheated his Will, cheated his estate, and cheated his widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard out of it.

Shell and the Government of South Australia are also tortfeasors. A trespasser operated the site in 1962 (see below) before any surrenders.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard was defrauded by the Government of South Australia under its Torrens land registration system in its lands office by rogue public servants recording the fraud in 1965 for Shell. 

 

Elliot Ogilvie Beresford Grant - Shell Director on instrument 2595278

He was the Sales Manager for Shell in South Australia in 1951 and would know full well that the Hanson Street / Pulteney Street site was privately owned.

Not only that, he would also know that solus trading was introduced by Shell that year on 15 August 1951. http://www.hubbards.id.au/

He knew that in 1951 there were no company sites whatsoever, and knew that every sale that he ever made in 1951 was to independent dealers. 

As sales manager for SA he definitely knew he was selling Shell product to an independent dealership at 200 Hanson Street.

In April 1961 Shell made a fraudulent misrepresentation that the site was owned by Shell. http://www.hubbards.id.au/hubbards%20422%20Pulteney%20Street.htm

At that time, in 1961 Elliot (Joe) Grant was a Director of the Shell Company of Australia and knew the site was privately owned.

 

Instrument 2595278:  

 

 

Doe v. Pyke (1816) 5 M&S 146

Lord Ellenborough C.J. at 154: ...we consider it as clear law, that though a surrender operates between the parties as an extinguishment of the interest which is surrendered, it does not so operate as to third persons, who at the time of the surrender had rights, which such extinguishment would destroy, and that as to them, the surrender operates only as a grant, subject to their rights, and the interest surrendered still has, for the preservation of their rights, continuance. 

This is established by the plain and unequivocal language of Co Litt 338b, and other authorities, and the law would work great injustice were it otherwise.

Lord Coke after noticing, that as between the parties to a surrender the estate is absolutely drowned. says: "But having regard to strangers who were not parties or privies thereto, (least by voluntary surrender they may receive prejudice touching any right or interest they had before the surrender), the estate surrendered hath, in consideration of law a continuance". 

 

Transmission of title

Spark v Meers (1971) NSWLR1
Hope J. at 6: '...the transmission is something which occurs before, and quite apart from, the registration of the applicant as a result of the transmission'
Hope J. at 9: '...in all cases the estate or interest in the land must pass, devolve and be transmitted upon the death of the proprietor, unconnected with any direct act of the party to whom it is transmitted. Registration merely records the estate or interest that has devolved upon or been transmitted to the applicant'
Hope J. at 14: 'The estate of which the person was the registered proprietor comprised a bundle of rights, of which the most important one was that the estate should so devolve and should continue to exist after his death. This right is not simply one that the Public Trustee and the executor or administrator has after the death of the registered proprietor; it is a right vested in the registered proprietor...moreover the right of the registered proprietor is not simply that the title devolves upon his executor or administrator, but that his executor or administrator...shall be entitled to become the registered proprietor of that estate by the registration of the appropriate transmission application.'
Hope J. at 15: '...it would be quite inconsistent with the system of titles established by the Act to construe the sections which establish that system in such a way, that they are, as it were, intermittently suspended, and the estate which has been brought under the Act is liable to be diminished and indeed destroyed during any interval between the death of a registered proprietor and the registration of his executor or administrator by the extinguishment of the interests against which the registered proprietor himself was protected before his death.'

Hope J. at 11: 'the executor is the "proprietor" of the estate , the title to which has devolved upon him'.

The Transmission Application lodged by Mrs Lucy Hubbard

The Government of South Australia kept the lands register clear of her name to cheat her out of her landholding.

 

 

Right to Possession
Van Den Bosch v. Australian Provincial Assurance Association Ltd (1968) 88 WN 1 NSW 35
Else-Mitchell J. at 356: '...it is difficult to envisage how title to land can exist without any rights in the proprietor: I have always understood title to land to be, as the old commentators described it, a collection or fasciculus of rights, and it seems impossible to say that one of these primary rights, namely the right to possession, can be denied to one who has a title which cannot be extinguished.'


Mrs Lucy Hubbard's Caveat

Lodged across the counter of the lands office by Mrs Lucy Hubbard to protect her rights, and to prevent others from being recorded on the register.  

Obstructed from being recorded on the lands register by the Government of South Australia to cheat Mrs Lucy Hubbard out of her landholding.

Fraud on widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard by the Government of South Australia to keep her name off the lands register and to attempt to defeat her title and her rights by recording others. 

Moral turpitude by rogue government employees to cheat Mrs Lucy Hubbard out of her landholding. Government disobeying the laws of the State. Government crime. 

 

South Australia Statute law:

Real Property Act, Section 191 

(b) Registrar-General to make memorandum of receipt

upon the receipt of a caveat the Registrar-General shall make a memorandum

thereon of the date and hour of the receipt thereof, and shall enter a

memorandum thereof in the Register Book, and shall forthwith send a notice

of such caveat through the post office to the person against whose title such

caveat shall have been lodged, directed to his address appearing in the

Register Book;

 

Misrepresentation by the lands office Registrar-General, Alan Sharman

This is not the first joint and several landholding the lands office has ever seen, in fact there would be thousands of them registered in the lands office.
Alan Sharman, dealing with such documents daily, was well aware that when you see joint and several, on someone's death you read it as tenants in common and there is no survivorship.
Every lawyer knows that. The Attorney-General (then Trevor Griffin) knew that, the current Attorney-General John Rau knows that, all of the lawyers in the Attorney-General's office know that, the Crown Solicitor's office knows that, all of the magistrates and judges in the courts know that, and the commissioner of the OPI ICAC also knows that with his legal background.

The lands office lied to Mrs Lucy Hubbard's face when they were questioned about what they had done.

 

Failure to register Caveats when they are presented to the lands office constitutes corruption by public officers to obtain an unfair advantage over the victim and steal their landholding.
South Australia Statute law:
Real Property Act, Section 191 (b) Registrar-General to make memorandum of receipt. Upon the receipt of a caveat the Registrar-General shall make a memorandum thereon of the date and hour of the receipt thereof, and shall enter a memorandum thereof in the Register Book, and shall forthwith send a notice of such caveat through the post office to the person against whose title such caveat shall have been lodged, directed to his address appearing in the Register Book;

8. General nature of corrupt conduct
(1) Corrupt conduct is:
(a) any conduct of any person (whether or not a public official) that adversely affects, or that could adversely affect, either directly or indirectly, the honest or impartial exercise of official functions by any public official, any group or body of public officials or any public authority, or
(b) any conduct of a public official that constitutes or involves the dishonest or partial exercise of any of his or her official functions, or
(c) any conduct of a public official or former public official that constitutes or involves a breach of public trust


Alan Sharman the lands office Registrar-General blocked Mrs Lucy Hubbard’s caveats and subsequent court process for one reason alone, and stole a landholding from her through a public lands registration system, which by definition is corruption.

The Government of South Australia steals from widows.

A designed cheating by the Government of South Australia.

A fraudulent statement and moral turpitude by a government rogue entrusted with everyone's landholdings under the corrupt Torrens land system.

Government corruption and government crime.

 

 

Business Name Registrations.

The Business Name was renewed for three years on 5 February 1960 by Colin Hubbard, taking the renewal to 5 February 1963.

Colin Hubbard died on 19 May 1960 with almost three years to run.

No notification of his death was made to the Registrar of Businesses in Adelaide by Shell, or Lear, or lawyer Helen Devaney for Mrs Lucy Hubbard, nor was any guidance given to Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

 

 

In 1962 we find another person using the service station business and Colin Hubbard's building.

We find him doing that while the above Business Name registration is still running for Lear and Hubbard.

We find him placed on the site by Shell in 1962 and operating the site in trespass (no documents are lodged in the lands office until 1965).

Mrs Lucy Hubbard later met with and spoke with this person and it was clear he was not aware of Shell's doings.

The witness signature is that of a Shell employee who had completed 30 years employment with Shell in 1957 (documented elsewhere), making it 35 years in 1962.

The Government of South Australia recorded a business registration without transfer, and which was concurrent with Colin Hubbard's, which is fraud by the Government of South Australia in their office.

The person is believed to have later been forced off the site by Shell.

No payment was made to Mrs Lucy Hubbard for the use of the site, or for the use of Colin Hubbard's building, hoists, plant, or fuel tanks.

The site was operated in trespass facilitated by the Government of South Australia for Shell.

Ted Lear would not have let anybody on the site or operate it unless there was collusion between him and Shell whereby he would gain financial benefit and Shell would take over the site for their own financial benefit. Ted Lear handed Shell the keys to the site, the building, the pumps and the fuel tanks and that would not happen without collusion.

Through the crime of Probate fraud and the forgery of Mrs Lucy Hubbard's signature (following page) they had committed themselves to all the criminal behaviour that followed.

When confronted with the evidence sometime later Ted Lear's words were "I'll have to talk to Shell then".

You wouldn't "talk to Shell" when you had no further business with them unless there had been collusion with them years ago to commit a crime.

Ted Lear's name of Lear Motors was retained on the site as a cover up for 15 years after the death of Colin Hubbard as follows:

 

 

 

In October 1966 Shell falsely claim they are the owners of the business, without any transfer to them, and place another operator on the site:

 

 

 

 

 

 

In January 1967 Shell falsely claim they are the owners of the business, and backdate a new application for the Business Name to August 1966:

 

 

 

The fraud on Mrs Lucy Hubbard is now complete.

The landholding and the business have been stolen from her by the Government of South Australia for Shell.

Shell now have the site by fraud by the Government of South Australia offices.

 

For 15 years after Colin Hubbard's death Shell kept the Business Name of Lear Motors on the site for concealment.

Shell used the Business Name registration Lear Motors after the death of Colin Hubbard in 1960 and until 1974. 

The Business Name registration is to "Roy" on 13 January 1973, taking that to 13 January 1976.

But on 31 May 1974 Shell changed the name to Shell Pulteney Street Service Station. 

Roy was asked to sign the documents cancelling Lear Motors and changing it to Shell Pulteney Street. 

The names of the Shell persons involved are known.

Colin Hubbard died in May 1960.
The business name Lear Motors was kept on the site for 15 years after Colin Hubbard's death on 19 May 1960 to disguise who was on the site.
Shell's cunning, was to keep the name Lear Motors on the site for 15 years, which they mistakenly believed was outside the Statute of Limitations, for Mrs Lucy Hubbard to make a claim on the site.
By Shell's way of thinking they would then get away with the fraud and be in the clear.
Until then passers-by from 1960 until 1974 would think that Ted Lear was still the owner.

The concealed fraud by Shell is then complete.

 

Lear Motors name still on the site in 1973:

Lear Motors name is now cancelled by Shell in 1974:

 

Lear Motors name has now been changed by Shell in 1974 to Shell Pulteney Street:

The concealed fraud by Shell is now complete.  

 

 

The intent of Shell is confirmed:

Colin Hubbard died on 19 May 1960.

Fifteen years later, the corresponding dates of 27 May, 31 May, 1 June, on the change to the business name registration, are not haphazard but correlate to the death in the month of May.

The dates confirm that Shell had recorded that his death was in May, and that Shell had preserved that record long term, and that after his death Shell had planned to defraud him and his widow.

The intent is clear to cheat Colin Hubbard's Will, to cheat his estate, and to cheat his widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

Evil minds using people's deaths to cheat them out of their businesses and landholdings and then claim they are Shell company sites.

Shell always had a problem with sites because you need to have landholdings to sell fuel and the easiest way for them to get landholdings was to steal existing sites by cheating widows.

It is apparent why solus trading was introduced by Shell. They put their brand on everyones site and then claimed the sites were theirs by cheating the dealers and their widows and stealing from them.

The tanks are there owned by the dealer, the pumps are put there by Shell, the signage is put there by Shell. They look like company sites - just steal them.

Shell had a plan. Using lawyers and rogue public servants. "Women can't run them. They take them away from women." Shell's solicitor John Callaghan.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard was set up for a fraud through lawyer Helen Devaney. 

The Will was taken from her by Ted Lear the day Colin Hubbard died and given to lawyer Helen Devaney who was a decoy.

The Will was used for fraud as the bank accounts were frozen and Ted Lear could not get any fuel to run the site. 

The only way the money would have been released by the bank was by someone impersonating Mrs Lucy Hubbard as the executor of the Will authorising the release of the money. 

Ted Lear also took all of the site keys from Mrs Lucy Hubbard when she was in shock and vulnerable on the morning of the death. 

She thought Ted Lear had to "open up". But Ted Lear had his own set of keys. Ted Lear took the keys from her to lock her out of the site and she could not get to Colin Hubbard's desk.

It is believed that the insurance policies and bank accounts were kept in the safe and without the keys and access to the site Mrs Lucy Hubbard was set up as the target for a massive crime.  

Shell set out to stop the execution of Colin Hubbard's Will so that Mrs Lucy Hubbard would not get the site. 

Ted Lear had an early retirement plan through collusion with Shell to commit a crime.

Colin Hubbard's Will was never executed because of rogue lawyers and rogue public servants and the evil of Shell oil company.

The Will that he had in place to protect his family and the business he had built up was cheated by evil minds to rip him off and steal the site and business from his widow.

Everything was stolen. The business, landholding, fuel, tanks, stock, plant, hoists, motor cars for sale, life insurance policies, bank accounts. They stole the lot.

Mrs Lucy Hubbard reported it to South Australia Police detectives in a 4 hour interview at Angas Street, Adelaide Police Headquarters, complete with documents. The police did nothing.

 

Thoughts on Service Station Development

The word "widows" is at the forefront of their thinking along with "lawyers" - a Freudian slip:

The Torrens land system is the perfect system to steal landholdings through rogue Government employees who have access to all the lands records and who can fraudulently manipulate records to cheat people and defeat titles. The documents are lodged by rogue lawyers, they are processed by rogue public servants in a lands office, and the crime of land theft is done by the lands office public servants recording the fraudulent documents on the Torrens land system Register.

A system perfect for land theft, because under the Torrens system, when the Government records a new title, it cuts off all previous titles -  the perfect crime of theft through a Government office.

Except that in the case of titles derived under a Will, which have already passed before registration (Wolfson v. Registrar-General), the rogue public servants fail in their crime, and create a continuing trespass, until their fraud which has to be reversed, is reversed and possession is given to those under the Will whom have title and whom they defrauded.

 

1957:

 

Hanson Street became Pulteney Street in 1967.

Shell could not change the name to Shell Pulteney Street because they did not have clear title.

Shell kept the name Lear Motors on the site for the purpose of concealed fraud until 1974

which they mistakenly believed was outside the Statute of Limitations, for Mrs Lucy Hubbard to make a claim on the site.
By Shell's way of thinking they would then get away with the fraud and be in the clear.

The Business Name registrations above give the address as 200 Hanson Street until 1974 even though the street name had been changed to Pulteney Street seven years earlier in 1967.

If Shell had clear title they could have changed the name at any time after 1967, but Shell has been involved in a concealed fraud on Mrs Lucy Hubbard and could not change the name.

 

 

Justice Roma Mitchell (later Governor of South Australia 1991-1996) decreed that the Limitation of Actions Act does not apply to land under the Real Property Act:

In Re Kay Deceased (1969) SALR1

Mitchell J. at 2: "The questions which have to be answered therefore are whether Sections 27 and 28 of the Limitation of Actions Act apply to land under the Real Property Act (SA)

...The answer (a) No". 

 

This is reinforced by

Spark v Meers (1971) NSWLR1

Hope J. at 15: '...it would be quite inconsistent with the system of titles established by the Act to construe the sections which establish that system in such a way, that they are, as it were, intermittently suspended, and the estate which has been brought under the Act is liable to be diminished and indeed destroyed during any interval between the death of a registered proprietor and the registration of his executor or administrator by the extinguishment of the interests against which the registered proprietor himself was protected before his death.'

 

Lukiv v. Board of School Trustees (1959) 15 DLR (2d)

Collins J, at 264: " a fresh cause of action arises every day that the trespass continues"..."the plaintiff's cause of action is not barred by the Statute of Limitations"


Government involvement:

The Government of South Australia kept the lands office register clear of Mrs Lucy Hubbard's protective Caveat.

In a cover up, they shut the site down and smashed the site to bits so that she could not get it and use it.

Attempting to destroy all evidence of their involvement.

They smashed the site to bits to keep her off it and used police involvement to keep her off her own land.

Keeping the lands register clear of her name so that nobody could see her name, and smashing the site to bits to destroy the evidence of their involvement.

The Government of South Australia has been involved in fraudulent Business Name registrations and fraudulent land registrations to steal from Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

The details of the Probate fraud the Government of South Australia has been involved in to steal from Mrs Lucy Hubbard are on the following page.

 

 

 

No right thinking nation should ever consider implementing the Torrens title land system. It is corrupt.

 

The Government of South Australia can steal your family home from your loved ones under this corrupt Torrens land system.

 

In Mrs Lucy Hubbard's handwriting amongst her documents:

"The business was mine and I was cheated out of it"

 

The Government of South Australia steals from widows with children to feed and educate and keeps on cheating them until they eventually die.

Evidenced by fraudulent Business Name registrations and fraudulent lands office registrations.

 

It is for the Government of South Australia's convenience and financial benefit to steal landholdings:

The Government of South Australia is financing the State of South Australia from Stamp Duty from apartment sales on a stolen landholding which is illegal.
The Government of South Australia is financing the State of South Australia from Emergency Services Levies from a stolen landholding which is illegal.
The Government of South Australia is paying the salary of the Premier, paying the salaries of ministers, public servants and police in their employ, paying the salaries of magistrates, judges and the Governor, from that illegally obtained tax.
The Government of South Australia is funding the emergency services network across South Australia from that illegally obtained tax.
The Stamp Duty and Emergency Services Levies collected at 422 Pulteney Street is illegal revenue and in violation of Crown law.

Jay Weatherill the Premier of South Australia has his salary paid from the Stamp Duty collected from sales of apartments on this landholding stolen from widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

John Rau the Attorney-General of South Australia has his salary paid from the Stamp Duty collected from sales of apartments on this landholding stolen from widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

Tom Koutsantonis the Treasurer has his salary paid from the Stamp Duty collected from sales of apartments on this landholding stolen from widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

These Labor Party Members of Parliament are also financing the State of South Australia through the emergency service levy, from this landholding stolen from widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard.

 

 

The Adelaide City Council is financing the City of Adelaide from rates levied against apartments and shops on a stolen landholding.
The Adelaide City Council is paying the salary of the Lord Mayor, paying the salaries of Councillors and council workers in their employ and paying for public works from illegally obtained revenue.
The rates the Adelaide City Council is collecting from 422 Pulteney Street is illegal revenue.

Martin Haese the Lord Mayor of the City of Adelaide has his salary paid from council rates, from this landholding stolen from widow Mrs Lucy Hubbard. 

The Government of South Australia has committed a trespass since 1960 through it registration systems as a joint tortfeasor.

The Government of South Australia has to pay for 55 years of trespass from 1960 which is a substantial sum of money.

This is the motive for the Government of South Australia to keep the lands register clear of the Caveat and other documents and place others on the land to try to defeat our rights.

By trying to defeat our rights by various devices, including deception, using time and hence eventually our deaths, the Government of South Australia escapes paying for the trespass.

The Government also escapes the scrutiny of the benefit they have received from the crime, in using fuel tax, Stamp Duty and Emergency service levies to pay themselves salaries.

A designed cheating by the Government of South Australia using government offices and the police now over an extended period of 25 years and a total of 55 years. 

The Government of South Australia is involved in organised crime and steals from women.

 

 

WARNING

WEATHERILL GOVERNMENT STEALS YOUR LAND

WEATHERILL GOVERNMENT CAN STEAL YOUR HOUSE OR BUSINESS IF YOU VOTE FOR THEM

 

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422 Pulteney Street, Adelaide

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Brighton Road, Seacliff

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Main South Road, Morphett Vale

 

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North East Road, Ridgehaven

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Lower North East Road, Paradise

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Bridge Road, Pooraka

 

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North East Road, Gilles Plains

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Marion Road, Marleston

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Saltfleet Road, Port Noarlunga

 
       

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