Originally posted by slackerwire
From a section in our very own "United States Code":
15) "United States" means -
(A) a Federal corporation;
Which is why, when I'm trying to avoid that specific definition, I use "States United." As far as "legal definitions" go, this is the usage to
indicate non-incorporated States as a non-incorporated Union. This usage also includes the fact that upholds what sovereinty the States actually have
under the Constitution.
Originally posted by Mabus
All that talk about not going by a name in all capital will do nothing...
Actually, this much of your statement is more true than I thought...Up until last night. Check out this thread
, which shows some diligence in researching Black's Law Dictionary to be a hoax! "capitus diminutio"
a valid legal term.
Originally posted by imd12c4funn
what about UCC 1-207.4? regarding jurisdiction etc...?
If he was forced to sign a citation or documents that mandates his appearance in court or charged with a crime, complaint or other?
You're quite correct in that the UCC only determines jurisdiction over those who submit to Commercial Law
, which is distinctly separate from
Constitutional Law...As far as I know, there's only one way to appear in a commercial/maritime court & still uphold Constitutional Rights is that,
whenever you're forced to sign any document whatsoever that could get you dragged in there
, you need to include these phrases next to your
signature: "Under Duress" & "All Rights Reserved UCC 1-207 & UCC 1-203."
You should use these phrases, even when it comes time to register your car & get it licensed...And even when you sign your own driver's license too!
Every time you try to get a bank loan, for any reason!...Aw, hell...Anytime at all except perhaps when you sign your name on a personal letter to a
Another side note...When you fill out the names & addresses on the envelop, never use the two-letter designation for your State because that indicates
to the Federal Mail that your State has been "incorporated" under Federal Jurisdiction. I think that the zip code also indicates something like that
too, but I'm not certain from the top of my memory.
The "under duress" means that you signed your name under the "duress" of being systematically but unjustly harassed by authorities if you didn't
sign your name...The other phrase invokes the UCC codes that cover the "remedies" & "recourse" under UCC law that still protects your
In all cases where I state something that has even a hint of legal information in my posting, I urge you to not
take my word for it but to
research it yourselves & consult a Constitutional Lawyer (if you can find one