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If it is muddled perhaps you should look in a mirror to find

any mud.

What facts are relied upon to determine any code or statute applies?

Facts that can be relied upon are derived from a competent witness testifying under oath or affirmation to something seen or heard. The reason for that is anyone can say or claim anything.

If someone is claiming ... who claims?

a code or statute applies ... what code or statute?

they simply demand ... who demands?

that it be proven not presumed ... what entity presumes jurisdiction because codes or statutes apply?

by producing a competent witness ... what constitutes a competent witness?

willing to testify ... what constitutes testifying?

to first hand knowledge of something seen or heard ... what constitutes first hand knowledge?

to form a fact that can be relied upon ... what constitutes a fact?

a code or statute applies ... applies to?

P.S. You must be really fond of word games ...