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No. LLC is Limited Liability. An SPC has full commercial liability. We are 100% liable for everything we do.
Originally posted by ~widowmaker~
reply to post by Bildo
hrmm i missed the vids then i really want to know how to do this ill have to go back and check for them, is this like turning yourself into an LLC?
You trust lawyers? Heh. People, do your research on who and what a member of the BAR is. It's out there. You are, for the most part, intelligent enough to use discernment.
Originally posted by charles1952
I had left the thread, but my conscience is getting the better of me. I'm not trying to argue or persuade, as I say, I'm writing this so my conscience will let me sleep tonight.
I have all the paperwork on my walls, and letters after my name, to let me know that at least one university thinks I am capable of reading statutes and interpreting case law.
Please do not accept as accurate the positions Bildo is presenting. At least, go to some lawyers and hear their positions on the matter. Many will give you a free half-hour consultation. Listen to them, then make up your mind.
The Courts have always held that neither the fringe on the flag, nor the punctuation or capitalization of your name have any bearing at all on anything.
Step back and look at it logically. If you could send in three letters and end all tax liability forever, wouldn't lawyers be telling their clients to do that? After all, the claims have been posted on the net and are available for every lawyer to see. Not only can any lawyer see them, any IRS agent can, too. If there has been a huge hole in tax law for years, wouldn't there have been legislation or Decision letters to plug it up?
Anyway, believe as you will. If your case is big enough and gets to federal courts be sure to write us with your new address, if the warden allows you internet privleges.