Originally posted by invisiblewoman
Also the price tag is for something that ???? may or may not be doable
Actually, it's not as expensive as many think it is. To start with, all that's needed is to write up an affadavit that contains Statement of Fact
(the fact that those initial "at-birth contracts" are wholly invalid & citing where the Uniform Commercial Code designates what actually makes a
valid contract). Establishing the actual citiations
from law & court-precedence is the most important part. Without these details, no judge
will ever take your Statement as Truth Under Law...If these precedents aren't included, it'll be a heck of a lot harder to get any court to agree,
them, the court cannot refuse.
In the affadavit, you must also establish your Declaration of Intent. That is to say that you were not born under government's corporate-style
jurisdiction & that you are limiting any contracts with them by reservation (without prejudice) of all of your natrural-born Rights under law. As
those initial contracts (the birth certificate, social security application, etc) were entered without the benefit of Full Disclosure, the affadavit
is merely giving notice that you will not violate the Supreme Law of the Land (ie: the Constitution & the Common Law) during the course of those
contracts. None of those contracts have the legal authority to force you in violating the law & you have to state this in the affadavit.
The affadavit must also give an allowance for any legal authority the chance to rebute (Offer of Rebuttal) your Statement of Fact & Declaration of
Intent. The normal allowance is 30 days for any authority to respond in like form
to present argument to your affadavit. In short, after you
get your affadavit filed by registered mail
(so that receipt of your affadavit can be confirmed in court, if need be), the authorities have 30
days to respond in like form
to offer a rebute, point-by-point, of each & every statement in your affadavit. However, for every reply you get,
you must also respond in like form
to disprove any rebuttals to your affadavit. As a rule-of-thumb, you can get an indication of how well you
wrote up the affadavit by the number of replies you get...If you get no replies at all (within 30 days, via registered mail), you did well.
Copies of your affadavit must be sent to the proper places: The local court & mayor of your city, as they must be aware of the affadavit itself & any
rebuttal-responses as they come to you; Also, your State-level court & governor must also file your affadavit & any rebuttals as they come (many
State-governments are actually "contracted & incorporated" with the federal government, so they also must be alble to offer rebuttals); Finally, the
Supreme Court must file your affadvait as well, as they are the final authority that may legally offer any rebuttals. You have to include State
authorities as they are the ones who must cease trying to enforce Statutory Jurisdiction on you once your affadavit is settled...If they do, you can
take them to court, slap a lien on an officer's Bond of Office & get them fired.
For every rebuttal you receive & any replies to those rebuttals you send, make it clear that there is always a 30-day limit for each subsequent
response. If you or the authorities miss that deadline, you would just be declaring "acceptance by silence" to whatever was said in the last
document. So you better keep on your toes & know the laws & the precidences to counter any rebuttal that may come your way. this is the point where it
get very expensive...Any legal research/advice plus the cost of all of those registered letters may add up. this is where the initial
write-up of your affadavit is important; the better you do, the fewer rebuttals you have to respond.
If the time-limit is surpassed at any stage along the line
, then it's at that point where the most recent documentation that was filed is what
will stand up in court as the strongest citation. This is what is known as the Due Process of Law & the courts have to uphold it at the risk of court
officials losing theire jobs should they act in Breech of Oath by not following it.
The whole idea of the AFV method of debt-conciliation is similar to this; the initial Statement of Fact is that Federal Reserve Notes hold an unlawful
& Unconstitutional monopoly of "currency in circulation" & that there's no lawfully valid debt unless it's conducted with gold/silver currency.
Where AFV comes into play is when you do accept the debt as valid, but cannot legally pay the debt
with Federal Reserve Notes. Take into
consideration that, since FRN-debt is not lawfully vaild (after all, the Constitution grants the government no authority
to create "legal
tender" laws & the States are forbidden anything but gold/silver as currency!), there are legal ways to discharge
much of your debt without
having to pay back anything, gold/silver currency or not...But that's a whole different "can of worms" & I don't have enough time to get into that
now. But some of the links posted in this thread earlier (links that lead to Mary Croft's website) do give some info on the difference between
Acceptance For Value & the Discharge of Debt.
Now here's the tricky part...There may be some slight variations from State to State as to what constitutes a "proper affadavit," so you may need
some initial legal counsel to get started. Many law firms do offer a "first consultation for free," so do your own research in the laws of your
State (concerning affadavits & their role in the Due Process of Law) & get the legal specifics when you must. Yes, this last paragraph constitutes my
"official disclaimer" to show that I'm not trying to "practice law" without a liscense...