KAMAHANA KEALOHA’S CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED AND COMMON LAW MOTION DEMANDING PROOF OF JURISDICTION: DENIED

“Quo Warranto is the legal term for a writ (order) used to challenge another’s right to either public or corporate office or challenge the legality of a corporation’s charter. When the authority of an official or corporation to take action is challenged, a Quo Warranto action may be used to demand that the right upon which they base the action be stated.”

– Brannon Kamahana Kealoha AFFIDAVIT

“… it is the duty of this hearing officer to refer this matter back to the BLNR to notice them that a challenge to the entire assertion of Jurisdiction is being made. Further that because this factor of jurisdiction and ownership is pivotal, that a Quo Warranto is appropriate.”

– Harry Fergerstom motion

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