A My Will letter is usually sent from a shareholder (elector) holding one share in the Commonwealth of Australia established under the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901, as proclaimed and gazetted to an elected Representative to tell him/her it is Your Will that they do something. They are duty bound to hear your Will and if possible to do what you ask.
However, there is another way to use a My Will letter.
If a large number of electors sign the My Will letters we provide through this website, We, the people of the Commonwealth, will give a powerful legal mandate to 25 Commonwealth Public Officials (CPO’s) to convene a Grand Jury that will investigate political corruption at all levels.
We only need .51% of the population to sign a My Will letter — That’s only 100,000 signatures!
A CPO is someone who has sworn an Oath of Allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Defender of the Faith, and who has been certified by a Public Notary. They are authorised by the Crown to act on behalf of the People of the Commonwealth.