If you not prove you were alive within seven years of your birth then you are dead, so dont expect any rights in court as dead people have no rights
In 1665 Britain was infected with the deadly plague -
In 1666 a great fire then did rage -
But while London was burning down, yes let me repeat that; WHILE LONDON WAS BURNING DOWN -
the parliment of the day decided to hold a special sessions, where they all sat down -
for the right time had come for them to now set in motion -
there would never be a better chance, time, opportunity, amongst all that commotion -
and what they did truly amazed me, you won’t believe what they did you see…
They pasted through the “Cestui Que Vie Act” of 1666 -
which today STILL EXISTS -
so please, have no doubt, for what this Act is all about -
is because of the great plague and fire, now hear me: THET DIDN’T KNOW WHO WAS ALIVE OR DEAD – Truly.
So they passed it through first in Latin -
so the commoners couldn’t read it -
so they knew not what was happening; then they decided to print it in French… as if that’s going to make any sense?!
For the only ones who could read it were the well off you see -
who had the right bloodline or ancestry -
so, believe you me, until you tell them you are actually ALIVE, we are all DEAD!!!
Obviously this is legally unenforcable - unless you can prove all the people trying to do the enforcing made legal claims that they were alive before
the age of 7 - they are all legally dead so they cannot enforce this law.
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