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Police Cakes (Offences) Act 2018

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The person known as @CakeLegislator ("appointed person") is authorised by HM Queen Elizabeth II to legislate all things within this act and has full authority to act as an impartial adjudicator.

Any decision made by the "appointed person" is final and cannot be futher challenged.

Cake fines should be accepted with good grace. However in circumstances where a cake fine is disputed the following steps should be taken to accertain if the offence / fine is valid.

(1)Check this legislation in full.

(2)Review Section 15(1) to review if a 'Peer Majority' offence can be established.

(3)Submit an appeal to the "appointed person". Any rejected appeal will lead to an aggravated offence under Section 15(4)(b).

Any legislation enacted after the fact, whereby the offence has already been committed, cakes will still be owed providing the legislation is enacted within 30 days of the date of the offence. Whilst Parliment acknowledges this is contrary to Article 7 Human Rights Act 1998, the overriding principle is: Cakes are more important!

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