In this post you will find the required information/documents/instructions on how to VOID the alleged “Legacy Meter Fees” and associated taxes.
Also in the provided PDF’s there is educational material which offers some detail on just where we are at, why and how we got here, what BC Hydro has been doing and a few other things. This is to help you get a better idea of the big picture and to understand a bit more about just what you are doing and perhaps helping others with also.
It has always been an objective of ours to shed more light on the lawful procedures at this website. At times it can be challenging because of what BC Hydro, the BCUC, Lawmakers, the Lieutenant Governor in Council and more are doing. Therefore, most often we are in a position where providing the ‘technique’ for dealing with BC Hydro etc. gets first priority.
We appreciate your patience and understanding on this and at the same time are very excited that many of you want to understand more about both what YOU are doing and what “they” are doing, how and why.
Sometimes it is helpful to use common examples and scenarios as we have previously done on this website before to show just what we are saying is correct. Also to display that in reality, what we are doing (besides smart meters being new to BC) is quite common.
Really, someone is offering and someone is potentially accepting.
Have you ever entered into buying (or sell) a home? Or have you ever rented? Where one is making an offer and the other is potentially accepting that offer?
Think of it this way. When you are going to buy a home, there is something called ‘subjects’. As in, you will buy the home SUBJECT to X, Y and Z stipulation(s) / request(s) being fulfilled / agreed to by 2 parties to agree (ACCEPT) the terms, with full disclosure.
There is a ‘meeting of the minds’ and the 2 parties agree, and this is done verbally, then of course with signatures being the required PROOF there was an agreement. Note as well, that in all these types of situations, everyone gets a copy of everything for their records, to keep in their files etc. Also, that all parties are notified of the ‘agreement’ or ‘mutual acceptance’ between the 2 parties. This is the same if the ‘buyer’ goes for a loan. The interest rate, amount borrowed and terms are all laid out. The 2 parties agree, the documents are made, with copies for both parties and they move forward with signatures if not, nothing happens.
So the Seller may present terms like: “$350 000 for the house, no repairs, as is, take it or leave it”
Then the Buyer will may counter with terms like: “340 000, you fix the roof, new windows, new washer, dryer, new carpet”
Common sense, the law, ethics… everything says that this can absolutely go back and forth with any imaginable term being proposed at any time.
There is also of course “DISCLOSURE” as in, it would have to be known that the roof leaks, if it does, and other things like that. This is generally where an inspector comes in of course. However this is one of those issues that if ‘withheld’ can be an issue for the Seller. Think of this part like the “STATEMENT OF TRUTH” aspect, that we are looking for from BC Hydro, but they are not providing.
So the two parties are really saying “We agree that you have told us the truth, this house is not dangerous, in good repair, we should not have a reasonable fear for our safety and so on”
But would it ever make sense that the Seller could just simply say “You must buy this house today, we don’t have to disclose anything, we will set the price, there is no negotiation at all, we don’t need a signature, you don’t need to see our signature, we can hide fraud and fatal defects in the integrity of the house, we can change the ‘deal’ at a later time, without warning or notice”
Or would it make sense if the bank could just suddenly add or subtract years on the mortgage, increase the borrowing rate etc. without consent / acceptance (with signatures), to the terms?
Could your landlord just completely violate your lease agreement (terms, consideration, meeting of the minds, signature) and raise your rent or kick you out if you did not pay for what you did not agree to?
Does that make any sense at all?
Is that how things work?
No, of course not, and in reality, if we look at what BC Hydro etc. have done, they are really doing the same, and they have no right to do it at all. Otherwise, they would not be bullying, changing the rules, changing terminology, lying, de-frauding and more to try and make this alleged ‘legal’ “mandate” happen.
Now you understand, the lies, the bullying, the changing of terms or making them up as they go, the threats, the coercion… everything. BECAUSE IT IS ABOUT ACCEPTANCE, and they are doing everything they can think of to get you to accept.
In the end, what does this mean? You are holding all the Aces in this hand! It also shows to us that they, by their actions are NOT the “Power and Authority” Instead, that distinction belongs to you and I the PRIVATE OWNERS of our property, which does include… our signature, our consent, our approval… our acceptance under terms that are safe, with lies, harm and all the rest.
Something to think about when you read the PDF and reflect back on what you have been doing, the idea really is just about the same.
Now, regarding the instructions. If you are one of those people who likes to ‘look ahead’ at the steps in the instructions when you get there, please go ahead. The best thing to be able to get this done, is to just follow the steps one by one and you will get it right. There are some slightly different things you have to do, but not a whole lot. Really you are referring them back to some things you have already done, not accepting their ‘offer to charge you an alleged fee’ and doing it in a manner by which you have proof you have not ‘accepted their offer’
HERE ARE THE PDF’S
Disclaimer: To All Fighters for Freedom against Wireless ‘smart meters’ “These are the times that try men’s souls,” Thomas Paine. We live in a world of commerce. From time to time, circumstances arise, where we seek remedies to resolve our commercial problems. The notices and /or commercial remedies offered, are given freely, but they come with a warning. The contents are for educational purposes only. The author is not an attorney and can not give legal advice. If you require legal advice, by all means find a competent attorney. Please accept these offerings as given – for some, these materials may offer assistance in finding viable solutions.