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This is a petition to end state Administrative processes,
The state of South Carolina uses what is known as an Administrative process to set child support orders against what are referred to as either the responsible party,the obliger,or the non-custodial parent.
This Administrative process violates the Declaration of rights of the South Carolina state constitution,under Article 1 section 8 of the Seperation of powers clause,which states the following.
"In the government of this State, the legislative, executive, and judicial powers of the government shall be forever separate and distinct from each other, and no person or persons exercising the functions of one of said departments shall assume or discharge the duties of any other."
The admistrative process is executive in nature and the Administrative law Judge is defined by the South Carolina legislatures as an executive Judge,in charge of overseeing the duties and functions of a particular department,or agency of the state,all departments and agencies are executive,they are neither Legislative,nor are they Judicial.
Yet the Administrative process acts exclusively as Judicial thus violating the Seperation of Powers Clause.
The South Carolina legislatures overstepped their legislative boundaries by creating such a process,giving a title of nobility to an executive officer as an Administrative law Judge,the title Judge being given to an executive officer continues to violate the South Carolina constitution,and the United states constitution as well.
These Administrative processes Administratively barr Judicially established presumptions,including absolute presumptions in some instances,and as such because the Administrative agency lacks subject jurisdiction to competantly make an Administrative ruling in such cases,it results in Due process violations against the defendant by the state of South Carolina.
In addition a privately contracted company thru the state of South Carolina employes what is known as the C.S.E(Child Support Enforcement)agency in which is aka Maximus,is made into a division of the Department of Social services,this agency is supposedly be in charge of collecting valid court ordered child support payments,there is however no way to dispute the validity of the eledged debts from that agency,and requires a defendant to petition the Administrative court,meanwhile enforcements are utilised against the defendants without any way of seeking for a stay until further Judiciall reveiw takes place.
These enforcements are defined by that agency as qote"Any means necessary for enforcement,which includes but not limited to"end qote.
are undefined,and excessive,it is clear that the state of South Carolina has attempted to name the C.S.E as an agency to ambiguously distinguish the agency from appearing to be a department,in an attempt to violate the South Carolina constitution,but nevertheless a play on words in such a matter that is associated to executive processes is a failure on the states part.
This is just the tip of the Iceburg regarding the Administrative process,and is sufficiant enough for the South Carolina legislatures to reveiw,and correct such deficit.

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Lelia HahnBy:
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