Is the oath of office given by politicians to well and truly serve the people of Australia a binding verbal contract under contract law? Is the following something that might be considered by a court? Or is it pie in the sky? Along the lines of this:- Anthony John (Tony) Abbott of Level 2, 17 Sydney Road, Manly NSW, 2095, I am writing to seek relief for breach of contract to the sum of XX On 18 September 2013 you swore an oath of office to well and truly serve the people of Australia. This is a verbal contract between you and me as I am one of the people of Australia. You are in breach of that contract in that the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet in FOI 2014/159 stated that your renunciation of British citizenship papers do not exist. As the renunciation papers do not exist you are in breach of the Australian Constitution S44 and therefore your verbal contract to well and truly serve me as a person of Australia is broken.