Dan Greenman shared a link to the group: NZ Freedom forum - defending our human rights in New Zealand.

Very insightful reading:
Notes on Roman law; law of persons, law of contracts
by Long, Joseph Ragland, 1870-

Published 1912
Topics Roman law, Roman law, Contracts (Roman law), Persons (Roman law)
sees that, "common law 1. the law embodied in judicial decisions as opposed to statute law.", spiller, butterworths 6th, 2005, pg53, however the matter of any applicable jurisdiction is that, "the law rests on presumptions, where the law supposes a contract or otherwise, until the contrary is proved.", gerbic and lawrence, butterworths 1988, pg75, the birth certificate is an, "instrument (used in) creating (a) trust and giving the particulars of the person beneficially entitled...", see trustee act 1956, s77(1) and are a form of contracts, to obtain, "a statutory duty to supply (or be supplied) a service by a public body (incorporated government department, or state owned enterprise).", g & l, pg76, therefore using the birth certificate, or the (legal and artificial) person named, see the interpretation act 1999, s29, finds joinder to statute by, "...implication arising out of conduct of the parties.", g & l, pg72, even though the birth cerificate clearly gives the, "warning: this certificate is not evidence of the identity of the person presenting it." and cautions that, "any person who...(2) uses it as true, knowing to be false, is liable to prosecution under the crimes act 1961.", see s258 and so unless we specifically rebut such presumptions, or have made the other legal arrangements to provide our correct details, see diplomatic privileges and immunities act 1968, schedule3, among others, we will be made subject, parenthesis added.