View Full Version : A parallel of statutes and natural law: Coming of Age

11-29-11, 10:08 PM
The following 2 resources of information is to suggest that there is a couple running parallels of the law of mammon to natural law, that if we learn one the other will be learned as well:

Michigan Statutes:

Rule 220. Birth Certificates

The Registrar of Titles is authorized to receive for registration of memorials upon any outstanding certificate of title an official birth certificate pertaining to a registered owner named in said certificate of title showing the date of birth of said registered owner, providing there is attached to said birth certificate an affidavit of an affiant who states that he/she is familiar with the facts recited, stating that the party named in said birth certificate is the same party as one of the owners named in said certificate of title; and that thereafter the Registrar of Titles shall treat said registered owner as having attained the age of the majority at a date 18 years after the date of birth shown by said certificate

MEMORIAL. A petition or representation made by one or more individuals to a legislative or other body. When such instrument is addressed to a court, it is called a petition <-- notice he does not come into argue and cause conflict.

To convey or transfer by deed; as, he deeded all his estate to his eldest son.
[Colloq. U. S.]

See how this might play into Galatians 4: 1 thru 7


More stuff found by a brother in Bouvier’s this definition is so obvious, they won’t even put it name in English…
DUM FUIT INFRA AETATEM. The name of a writ which lies when an infant has made a feoffment in fee of his lands, or for life, of a gift in tail.

2. It may be sued out by him after he comes of full age, and not before; but, in the mean time, he may enter, and his entry remits him to his ancestor’s rights. F. N. B. 192; Co. Litt. 247, 337.

11-29-11, 11:31 PM
Another parallel to make note of:

Maxim of law: " Persona Non Grata " - no want of person.

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Matthew 22:16: " for thou regardest not the person of men ".