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  Understanding the Executor Office and Use of the Executor Letter

Based on Notes re. Dave Clarence calls through October 23, 2010.  Reference http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/39904 David Clarence with Angela

Definitions

Adjourn(ed).  To put off; defer; postpone. [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]
Sine Die.  Without day; without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing.  Hence, a final adjournment; final dismissal of a cause. [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]

-Adjourned Sine Die-

Arrogated.  Claimed by undue pretenses.  [Webster’s Dictionary 1828]

Decedent.  A deceased person.” [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]

Estate:  The word “estate” is a word of the greatest extension, and comprehends every species of property, real and personal.  It describes both the corpus and the extent of interest.  …it signifies everything of which riches or fortune may consist.  [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]


Estate Definition in more detail [Black’s Law Dictionary, 1910]


EXECUTOR:
General Executor. A general executor is one who is appointed to administer the whole estate, without any limit of time or place, or of the subject-matter." [Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1856 edition]
"General Executor. One whose power is not limited either territorially or as to the duration or subject of his trust." [Black’s Law Dictionary, 1st Ed.]
Executor. He to whom another commits by will the execution of his last will and testament.” [William C. Anderson, A Dictionary of Law (1893)]
General Executor. An executor whose power is unlimited as to time, place, or subject matter.” [William C. Anderson, A Dictionary of Law (1893)]

Executor De Son Tort: Executor of his own wrong. A person who assumes to act as executor of an estate without any lawful warrant or authority, but who, by his intermeddling, makes himself liable as an executor to a certain extent.

If a stranger takes upon him to act as executor without any just authority. (as by intermeddling with the goods of the deceased, and many other transactions,) he is called in law an "executor of his own wrong," de son tort. 2 B1. Comm. 507. [Blacks 1st]



Executor:
    25. An executor de son tort, or of his own wrong, is one, who, without lawful authority, undertakes to act. as executor of a person deceased. To make fin executor de son tort, the act of the party must be, 1. Unlawful. 2. By asserting ownership, as taking goods or cancelling a bond, and not committing a mere, trespass. Dyer, 105, 166; Cro. Eliz. 114. 3.

He is, in general, held responsible for all his acts, when he does anything which might prejudice the estate, and receives no, advantage whatever in consequence of his assuming the office. He cannot sue a debtor of the estate, but may be sued generally as executor.

26.-2. The usurpation of an office or character cannot confer the rights and privileges of it, although it may charge the usurper with the duties and obligations annexed to it. On this principle an executor de son tort is an executor only for the purpose of being sued, not for the purpose, of suing. In point of form, he is sued as if he were a rightful executor. He is not denominated in the declaration executor (de son tort) of his own wrong.  [Bouvier's 1856]
Ordinary, civil and eccles. law. An officer who has original jurisdiction in his own right and not by deputation.
2. In England the ordinary is an officer who has immediate jurisdiction in ecclesiastical causes. Co. Litt. 344.
3. In the United States, the ordinary possesses, in those states where such officer exists, powers vested in him by the constitution and acts of the legislature, In South Carolina, the ordinary is a judicial officer. 1 Rep. Const. Ct. 26; 2 Rep. Const. Ct. 384.  [Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856]

Register or Registrar. An officer authorized by law to keep a record called a register or registry; as the register for the probate of wills. [Bouvier's 1856]

Register For The Probate Of Wills. An officer in Pennsylvania, who has generally the same powers that judges of probates and surrogates have in other states, and the ordinary has in England, in admitting the wills of deceased persons to probate. [Bouvier's 1856]

Probate:  The act or process of proving a will.  The proof before an ordinary, surrogate, register, or other duly authorized person that a document produced before him for official recognition and registration, and alleged to be the last will and testament of a certain deceased person, is such in reality.  [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]

Common and solemn form of probate.
  In English law, there are two kinds of probate, namely, probate inn common form, and probate in solemn form.  Probate in common form is granted in the registry, without any formal procedure in court, upon an ex parte application made by the executor.  Probate in solemn form is in the nature of a final decree pronounced in open court, all parties interested having been duly cited.  The difference between the effect of probate in common form  and probate in solemn form is that probate in common form is revocable, whereas probate in solemn form is irrevocable, as against all persons who have been cited to see the proceedings, or  who can be proved to have been privy to those proceedings, except in the case where a will of  subsequent date is discovered, in which case probate of an earlier will, though granted in solemn form, would be revoked. [Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed.]

Probate Of A Will.
     2. The officer. who takes such probate is variously denominated; in some states he is called judge of probate. in others register, and surrogate in others. Vide 11 Vin. Ab. 5 8 12 Vin. Ab. 126 2 Supp. to Ves. jr. 227 1 Salk. 302; 1 Phil. Ev. 298; 1 Stark. Ev. 231, note, and the cases cited in the note, and also, 12 John. R. 192; 14 John. R. 407 1 Edw. R. 266; 5 Rawle, R. 80 1 N. & McC. 326; 1 Leigh, R. 287; Penn. R. 42; 1 Pick. R. 114; 1 Gallis. R. 662, as to the effect of a probate on real and personal property,  [Bouvier's 1856]

Surrogate. In some of the states, as in New Jersey, this is the name of an officer who has jurisdiction in granting letters testamentary and letters of administration.
2. In some states, as in Pennsylvania, this officer is called register of wills and for granting letters, of administration in others, as in Massachusetts, he is called judge of probates.

Warrant.  v.t.
1. To authorize; to give authority or power to do or forbear any thing, by which the person authorized is secured or saved harmless from any loss or damage by the act. A commission warrants an officer to seize an enemy. We are not warranted to resist legitimate government. Except in extreme cases.
2. To maintain; to support by authority or proof.
4. To secure; to exempt; to privilege..
6. In law, to secure to a grantee an estate granted; to assure. [Webster’s Dictionary, 1828]

Will or Testament. The legal declaration of a man's intentions of what he wills to be performed after his death. Co. Litt. 111; Swinb. Pt. 1, s. II. 1; Shep. Touch. 398; Bac. Abr. Wills, A.
2. The terms will and testament are synonymous, and they are used indifferently by common lawyers, or one for the other. Swinb. p. 1, s. 1. 5; Bac. Ab. Wills. A. Civilians use the term testament only. See Testament.
13. It is a rule that the last will revokes all former wills. It follows then that a man cannot by any testamentary act impose upon himself the inability of making another inconsistent with and revoking the first will. Bac. Ab. Wills, E; Swinb. pt. 7, s. 14.
14. A will voluntarily and intentionally made by a competent testator, according to the form required by law, may be avoided, 1st. By revocation, see Revocation; Bac. Abr. Wills, G 1; Vin. Abr. Devise, P; 1 Rolle, Ab. 615; Com. Dig. Estates by Dev. F; and, 2d. By fraud.
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Estate Name
 “The” ALL CAPS NAME Estate.  The word “The” does not appear on the Birth Certificate in front of the ALL CAPS NAME, and is not part of the name of the estate, so don’t put it in front of the estate name. So: ALL CAPS NAME, Estate –or in other places use- The ALL CAPS NAME Estate. (Note the comma or lack of a comma in these examples
However your name as presented on your Birth Certificate is how you should present it in all of your documentation.  Whether the name is in upper and lower case letters or ALL CAPS letters, be sure to use it that way for the name of the estate.  If you have used a “Jr., Sr., etc. all your life, but it is not written as such on the Birth Certificate, don’t use it as part of the Estate Name.  Conform exactly to how your name is written on the Birth Certificate.


General Information about The Estate
When you were born, a certificate of birth was created with your ALL CAPS NAME, which was the creation of an “estate” by that all caps name.  The word “estate” is deliberately left off of the all caps name on the birth certificate to hide it.  The ALL CAPS NAME is an unincorporated association - an estate.  The ALL CAPS NAME is a decedent.  The estate was created for your benefit and use, with you as the grantor (by placing your landmarks [footprints] on the certificate of birth).  
Your first (lawful) act was putting your foot prints on your BC and after that you were in the world (legal, not lawful).  The corporate state did not create the estate – the grantor did so with his footprints on the document. The Grantor continues to live and when he dies, there will be a Certificate of Death issued. The estate died and your father and finally you become the Executor in the Executor Office.  You are an earthly estate walking around.

The Certificate of Birth or Live Birth Certificate is the Public Record of the Estate and that it is Probated.  It is recognition by the World of the Grantor's [foot prints] Will.

Since the seal and signature is on the cert of birth, that is not prima facie proof.  It’s certified proof, finished, Adjourned, done, a judgment, that the estate has been probated.  It must be an estate, because a trust cannot come before an estate.  A trust can only exist if there is already an Estate in existence.
You do not own the estate.  It’s the grantor’s estate.  It’s not your office.  The Grantor has liability.   You do not want to own it, because ownership creates liability.  You can however control the estate and its assets.
The estate is in the nature of a trust, but is not a trust.  The estate is non-corporate.  The estate is subject to trust law and is affected by probate law.  Probate law is the highest form of law.  Scripture is trust and estate law, and trumps all other law ie. - Treaty, Civil, Criminal, Law of Nations, Domestic, Probate, Equity – just made-up rules for the world game, for lawyers to control everything.  True law has to be simple and work equally for everyone = Equality. UCC is not contract law because there’s not full disclosure.
The Estate is a realm of action that is a combining of the physical and spiritual aspects of each individual.
The estate is older than any form of law or legal issue that is in or around the world today and has been passed down through generations, having come from God.  As such, no form of law, other than scripture, can access or penetrate the truth of the estate.
The Executor Office is or appears to be as high or higher than the term of Sovereign, i.e. ruler, Pope, King, or any other illusion of Man’s superiority, as some understand it.
With this level of power, the Office is in a position to operate, in Private or Public, on equal or higher rank than any other as long as it is done in honor and without causing or creating harm or problems for others.  All are warned to Not Attempt to Utilize the Estate for Impure Intent - Evil or Selfish Intent Will Come Right Back into your Face FULL FORCE.
As such, one cannot operate as the holder of the Office and then attempt to operate in a different capacity as well, i.e. as a trustee or beneficiary in a trust or even in a different capacity, for example as a damaged party or citizen in order to be able to bring a legal action into something that would be termed as a lower court with less power than the Executor Office.  To do this would be indicative of having a double mind. A house divided cannot stand.  That is precisely what the BAR-Flies have done to us - lured us into functioning in a trustee capacity under the Social Security Trust so we are then held liable for the charges.

When the Executor Office is occupied, all lower offices or false offices are naturally bound to perform the highest level of service possible so the Executor is protected and the Office is defended.

Once the executor steps up and occupies the Executor Office then there are no trustee positions any longer. When functioning in the Executor Office it cancels out all trustee functions. It overrides them all.

Thus, the Executor Office would or should have no reason or need to ever consider a legal action from a lower system as the Office has the authority to submit either an order or request to lower office enforcement holders to perform corrective actions.  The Executor Office is the “Court”, as the Sovereign is in equality.  Definition of Court in Black's states that the Sovereign with their Real Retinue Wherever They May Be - is the Executor Office.
Operating in the Office entails that all acts or actions of the executor are done to expand or increase the estate and Better Our Fellow Man and Womb-man, as Commanded by the First Executor of the First Estate - yahshua,
Then, this would allow the executor to operate in commerce under normal life, with honor and truth, in positions of employment or self exchange or in no position if that is the choice, as long as no harm is caused, noting that Commerce is the Law Merchant and opposite The Golden Rule,
Thus, one is able to operate without needing as much and working with others, as an Association or Assembly, and can operate much more simply and equally with other executors in exchange. 
Remember, a trust is a contract and pursuant to uSA Constitution, Article 1, Sec. 10, Cl 1, no state shall pass any law impairing the obligation of contracts.  In essence, an estate or trust (contract) is private law between the parties thereto.  No one, not even the courts, have the authority to look into the business of the estate.  The executor never turns over any estate records.
The executor is the highest office in trust law.  The estates are the authorities.  Executor office is the highest authority.  All other courts are courts of inferior jurisdiction.

The Executor has immunity and only has liability if he/she commits a fraud in the administration of the estate.  Showing your footprints is a liability…. Shows you are the actual grantor! They will never ask for your footprints!
It is understood that we have the authority to administer the whole estate, so there is no need to use the title “General Executor” in deference to “Executor” (see definitions above).
The registrar is the probate court (not the judge in the probate court).   In Great Britain, just as in the United States, the registrar is the court.  The probate court is the paperwork at the registrar’s office.  The birth certificate with the registrar’s seal shows that the estate is either in probate or has already been probated.  David Clarence thinks it has already been probated.  The birth certificate is the certification of a death and the creation of an estate.  Since the seal and signature is on the certificate of birth, that is certified proof that the estate has been probated.  It must be an estate, because a trust cannot precede an estate. 
The probate court just approves what the executor has already done.  The executor office is higher than the probate court.

The courts do not have jurisdiction (in personam or subject matter) over the estate.  The only probate court possible to bring a claim into is the one described on the birth certificate.  They won’t do that.

All officials and government servants have taken an oath.  Even if they have not taken an oath on record, they have cashed a pay check and accepted the responsibility.  The fiduciary duty of all officials is to serve and protect the Estates and the occupant of the Executor Office.  A fiduciary responsibility is the highest responsibility in law.

Until you come of age, your father has the authority to occupy the Executor Office of the Estate (provided he is aware).  Upon attaining the age of majority (21), you may step into and assume your proper capacity in the Executor Office of the ALL CAPS NAME, Estate. 
As the grantor of the estate, you are the only one who can appoint the executor or assign its duties to someone else.  The executor can appoint trustees but cannot authorize fictional entities to administrate the estate.  You cannot function in the executor office of someone else.  If you give someone the authority to carry out your executor duties, they could get you into trouble or jail.
In the absence of someone (either your father or yourself) occupying the Executor Office of the Estate, the court will step in and administrate the estate (act like trustee), as if it was abandoned.  See definition of executor de son tort, above.
Until you step up and occupy the Executor Office of the Estate, you are considered to be an incompetent.  Acts of an incompetent have no legal effect.  So, whatever you did as an incompetent before assuming the Executor Office, did not happen, because you had no authority to take any action on the part of the estate.  For example, only the Executor can copyright the ALL CAPS Estate name, so if you attempted to do so before you occupied the Executor Office of the Estate, you were not successful!  Until you step up as executor, judges will treat you as a trustee in violation of your fiduciary duties and as liable for debts.
A man is the executor of his estate.  An unmarried woman is the executrix of her estate. “Maiden Name” means: in a capacity without a husband; unmarried.
The estate of a woman married through a civil marriage comes under the estate of the husband, and only the husband may sign as executor for the wife’s estate which estate is the property of the husband’s estate.  However, if the husband is malfeasant and misfeasent, the wife may act as the executrix.  The wife may sign for her estate as executrix, if she is in a common law marriage or widowed.  Also, woman can be executrix if divorced and has no father, no brothers of the father (uncles). 
Children are the property of the father’s estate until they reach the age of majority (21) and even after a divorce.  If the father dies, the father’s father becomes the executor and next in line is the oldest brother of the father.  The oldest son is the executor of the parents’ estates after their death.
A marriage is a trust.  When a birth occurs, the mother is coerced into signing the Birth Certificate as a trustee, so now the entities of the world can go after the trustee.  The Birth Certificate refers to her as the “Informant”.
Note:  You should never refer to the estate as “your estate”, but for convenience here, I’m doing it anyway!
By using the words “executor” or “estate” you become the creditor.  Creditors have immunity from the debtor.
When you function in the Executor Office of the estate, you deny everyone else from exercising a presumption of authority to administrate the estate.
The ALL CAPS NAME is foreign to the US and the States.  It is immune under the Foreign Immunities Act, because it is a creditor.  In 28 USC 1300, et al (FSIA), “foreign State” means “foreign estate”.

The address of the estate is the file number on the birth certificate.  The estate resides at the file number.  The estate is restricted to the file number; it cannot move anywhere else.

The Social Security account is connected to everything you do in the world and all paperwork is directed to the SSN trust assuming that you are the trustee and therefore have the liability.
When being served for collection of a Credit Card, etc., the trust of the Social Security account is being sought.  The only paperwork that has ever been served on the estate or the executor is the Birth Certificate.  They cannot come after the estate or the executor office.  The government created the Social Security system so they had a trust where we can be regarded as trustees.  Trustees have liability, whereas executors do not.

Don’t move anything (property, accounts) over to the estate. 

Why are we authorized to be the Executor?  When you were born, you were sent the Executor Office (the Birth Certificate), and then only 3 people could get a copy of your Birth Certificate  – you, mom and dad.  Once you reached the age of maturity (21), you became the only one authorized.
A copy of the Birth Certificate is proof of the estate.  Other proofs of the existence of the Estate are bills, mortgage papers, credit reports, the drivers license, etc. that have the ALL CAPS NAME.  Never use a Social Security Card as identification.  The SS trust is what they are using against you.
Mail the executor letter to yourself, as proof of your position of executor. 
According to David, the goal desired by becoming the Executor of the Estate is to come out of the world system and be separated therefrom.
Making public notice of taking occupancy of the executor position is not necessary (and perhaps not desirable).  The king does not need to notice the subjects of his function. 

Do not make an Executor Office Seal.  An Executor Office “seal” would take you back into the world.  Your signature is your seal. You Can use your right thumb print in red, if you wish.

Any trusts created in the world system are property of the estate.  Executor Office cannot operate trusts.  The best you can do is take control of the property.  If your name is not on a deed, you have no standing to operate as the Executor.  The Estate can claim property as property of the estate, and there will likely be no objections.




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32 comments:

  1. I have a 1957 Silver Certificate $1 US Note. Will that carry more weight?

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  2. will a silver certificate be more weight to a US 1 dollar?

    I suppose that a silver certificate is also a bond of some type, that it has its own weights and measures depending on what is traded as.

    one is aware of the silver certificates done by others to create a bond.


    thanks

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  3. This warrented claim letter is Dope by the way:) keep rockin Captain!!!!

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  4. Thanks for your awesome comment. Peace and may the great Father in heaven bless you and your family.
    Captain jade

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  5. were to begin. this is j harris executor. one of the members of the county notary's.the on your registerd warrent and claim. the EIN you used the 98 with the third number being a 6 or 7 to give it the right designation. you have a 2 listed. which gives the wrong designation also the silver certificate mentioned above is the same as todays dollar when used in the private 1 dollar is payment for every thing in the private 1$ = 10,000 FRNs. to you get this part and why...praise yahweh..By: j harris.

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  6. dear j harris, the 98 EIN is used as example only. folks can figure out their own ein. Sorry if there are two diff. EIN, everyone is a BIG BOY/GIRL, to figure it out.

    thanks for your input on the silver certificate, that's a huge increase due to inflation and interest!

    Blessings to you and yours,
    -Captain jade

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    1. Hi, I used the Executor warrant in a case and they found me in default what is my next step, Contact : pokedo@hotmail.com

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  7. I have an emergency situation, but I don't know if there is anything that needs to be done prior to using an executive letter. Is it necessary to file a will or anything before you can send an executor letter; and, how would I connect to the estate if I changed my name, non-judicially, and no longer have anything in my birth name?

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  8. Hi Jade,

    Thank you for your love and assistance. I watched the warranty claim video and the court settlement claim and I'd like to know if I can combine the two processes or if I need to choose one. I'm trying to help a friend in prison (no injured party) who has been ignored in claiming lack of jurisdiction. He knows its about the money because he posses no threat to anyone, but they keep dragging it out and wont dismiss the case. What is your suggestion in terms of the best avenue to take to get an immediate release? Part 2 to this question is can either or these processes be used post judgement?

    --Friendship

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  9. Greetings Divine helper,

    I setup a post office box today. How soon after setting up a box can I send an executive letter--I filed a quiet title lawsuit but the bank somehow did a lockout. Monday is supposed to be the last day to retrieve all possessions. What process needs to be taken to get back into the house and reverse the situation?

    Kirk

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  10. Dear Kirk,
    You will need to file a Security type lawsuit on the Security (not Note); and do a securitization audit, Federal Court.

    Quiet Title is in State court.

    I don't know what you need to reverse the situation.

    -Captain jade

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  11. Dear Friendship,

    post judgment, yes still use the warranted claim.

    Jurisdictional issue on the public, with Rod Class document. Do not get it notarize.

    Send through notary.

    -Captain

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  12. Thank you Jade for the direction. I not sure how do proceed regarding "Security type lawsuit on the Security (not Note); and do a securitization audit, Federal Court", do you have something on the website for more detail?

    Thank you, Kirk

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  13. Dear Kirk,
    In order to start a lawsuit, you must have evidence of security type fraud. That means you need to know your REMIC, for the Security (not Note). You may want to contact me regrading Securitization Audit and I will forward you to my experts. Email: creoharmony@gmail.com.

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  14. I searched and was not able to find a template for the signature of the Executrix when the name on the ID is different than the birth certificate.
    To be able to get the letter notarized -
    Is this format correct?

    By: executrix ______________
    Jane Jan Thomas.
    Executrix Office.
    Jane Jan Doe, Estate.
    Nation Texas.
    General Post-Office.
    Main Street - 123.
    Austin. Doe Province.
    United States Minor, Outlying Islands.
    Near. [12345-9998]

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  15. David C. has general delivery address, and he used the following address on the warranted claim.

    govern yourself accordingly,

    example

    By: special executor====================
    Upper and Lower Case First & Last, private council.
    nation pennyslvania.
    general post-office box one-two-three.
    DPO AA near. [zip code 9998].

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    By: general executor====================
    ALL UPPER CASE NAME, ESTATE.
    xyz road - one-two-three.
    city - pennyslvania.
    near. [zip code 12345].


    hope that helps,
    smiles!

    Captain jade

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  16. Hi Jade,

    On the warranty claim you have two versions: the claim and the claim & invoice. I watched the videos several times, but I'm not clear--Is the claim sent first and followed up with the claim & invoice, or does the claim & invoice replace the first claim letter? If both are used, how long do I wait before I send the second letter?

    Thank you for your support.

    K

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  17. good afternoon K, the 2nd Invoice was part of the first letter and can be sent together.

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  18. Hi Jade,

    Thank you Jade, for doing what you are doing. I have a lot more clarity on the warranted claim. I really want to get this right. I want to make sure I have the whole process clear. My understanding of the process, once I have the mailbox is:

    1)tailor the warranted claim and the invoice for the property/case I am claiming (I believe I use the claim all the time and never just the executive letter by itself).
    2) include an EIN (I don't have an EIN - should I delete this part?).
    3)Place $1 & serial number on claim
    4)Place a Registered mail number strip on each document (or do I use one on the first document, making the claim and invoice one document?)
    5)Place a 2 cent stamp on each page and sign and date diagonal across (left hand corner).
    6)notarize both docs (or is it one document notarized at the end?)
    7) Stamp all pages of abandon paperwork front and back with "notice of intent" stamp.
    8) Print addresses on back of claim from: post office address, mailing to: PO box with reg mail sticker showing (window envelop)
    9) make copy and send registered mail to PO box.
    10)mail certified to person who sent paperwork (I believe I am sending the original document I sent to the PO box, once I get it back-placed in another window envelope)
    11) I'm not sure what the next step is. Do I use the executive letters at this point, or is it only used if I receive additional abandoned paperwork?

    I have gone over your information and DC's lectures, but some of his information changes--I guess with trial and error, so I'm not sure if I'm clear.

    Thank you Jade for your support, you really make this complicated process simple. You seem to have mastered this process well.

    E

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  19. dear E, thanks for your questions. We aren't going to answer all your questions because we can not tailor to everyone's situation.

    1)tailor the warranted claim and the invoice for the property/case I am claiming (I believe I use the claim all the time and never just the executive letter by itself).

    >> you can claim assets (res) of the court case and property tax document APN etc.<<

    2) include an EIN (I don't have an EIN - should I delete this part?).

    >> No answer, depends on how folks set up their Estate <<

    3)Place $1 & serial number on claim.
    << that's serial number on the 1 dollar note. >>

    4)Place a Registered mail number strip on each document (or do I use one on the first document, making the claim and invoice one document?)
    << If you have an additional Sticker for the Registered Mail, then place on the First Document, the rest, just reference number with double dot link. <<

    5)Place a 2 cent stamp on each page and sign and date diagonal across (left hand corner).
    << be creative, we suggest place stamp many places on the document, left top corner and end final doc. right bottom). Study stamps this is different topic <<

    6)notarize both docs (or is it one document notarized at the end?)
    << up to you >>

    7) Stamp all pages of abandon paperwork front and back with "notice of intent" stamp.
    << Yes their certified copy document >>

    8) Print addresses on back of claim from: post office address, mailing to: PO box with reg mail sticker showing (window envelop)
    << Post office in CA will not allow Registered Mail sticker behind any window envelope <<


    9) make copy and send registered mail to PO box.
    < don't understand the question, is this a statement ? "

    10)mail certified to person who sent paperwork (I believe I am sending the original document I sent to the PO box, once I get it back-placed in another window envelope)

    << do not use window envelopes, send each party a copy, but send original to the person who needs the $1 dollar with package >>

    11) I'm not sure what the next step is. Do I use the executive letters at this point, or is it on

    << This is up to individual case how the attorney responds. You are asking about enforcement. If you understand the document, then the next level you seek is different parties involved in Trust for the State/ County / U.S. auditors, etc. >>

    Please do not ask so many questions next time. We do not have time to write an essay on this topic of David C. Warranted Claim. Thanks have have a good day.

    peace, Captain jade

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  20. I have a question if you don't mind, Does any of this stuff that you post actually work? It's a sincere question.

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  21. "I have a question if you don't mind, Does any of this stuff that you post actually work?"

    What One post on this page is from David C. team.

    If you ever did any of this work, maybe you would know, instead of asking folks if it works. Read what is says and make it work.

    The first executor letter style by (David C.) seemed to work about 1.5 years back and now it doesn't seem to work. One believes the reason is that the document was made public, therefore they found a way around it. And thus the reason we should not make things public, as everyone will do the process loosing its' effect.

    Cheers,
    Captain jade

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    1. http://www.seagov.net/charter-and-declarations

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    2. That is nonsense Jade!
      Either it works or it does not.
      Keeping it private for the one to use does no one any good.
      Bringing it into the public so that others may use it to enter the private is the goal.
      Then we all can escape

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  22. Jade, I have been studying D.C.'s work for about 2 months. Have criminal charges (no injured party) have been holding them off from trial for over 1 1/2 years. Was hoping the executor "process" would be my remedy in Florida. Where has it NOT been working?

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    1. john the constitution which you posted is with negative authorization due to the author of that constitution. It is nice to see other models, and we appreciate your time to create a post.

      captain jade

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  24. Hi captain jade,

    I praise almighty yahweh for your helping the living come out of the "world". However, I'm beginning the process of obtaining a EIN 98- series for "THE NAME", Estate that I'm executor to and I was wondering where could I find information on properly doing so for "THE NAME", Estate.

    Thanks,

    john.

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  25. Is there anything for child support?

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  26. Child Support Defense..”Impossible to pay.” Google it.

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  27. Where is is written/what proof is there that probate law is the highest form of law...that's what the "judge" or prosecuter will ask. I've searched for this info many times and can not find anything which supports this statement. Not trying to be argumentative, just seeking accurate knowledge.

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  28. This also cannot be verified - "In 28 USC 1300, et al (FSIA), “foreign State” means “foreign estate”."

    I have look at Title 28 USC and there is no 1300. There is a 1330 but no 1300. There is something not right about this.

    I could not find this statement “foreign State” means “foreign estate” anywhere in Title 28 USC.

    I don't feel bad - Google could not find it either.

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