Eight hundred years later and Magna Carta 1215 is still looked upon as the cornerstone for which our liberties are derived from today. It was established as the Rule of Law with which Great Britain, the United States of America, Canada and all other Common Law countries based their constitutions on in regards to: rights and justice.
The right to use the road has been argued numerous times in our courts. The argument being from the aspect of it being a common law right, otherwise known as an unalienable right. The definition of unalienable in Bouvier’s Law Dictionary clearly states that it is a right that cannot be sold or transferred without your consent. Research proves it is a natural right.
Putting God into perception in regards to the law. Our common law heritage recognizes God as our creator who gave us unalienable rights – rights that cannot be sold or transferred.