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    Quote Originally Posted by shikamaru View Post
    A man after my own studies in English Common Law.

    Bravo ....
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    A Fee is the NATURE of an interest in an Estate. As in Fee Simple or Fee Tail, etc. It is a qualified Estate wherein Fee Simple is an Allodial Estate but not Allodial Property. An Estate naturally comes from a Titular Head typically a Throne [King] by way of Grant or letters Patent.

    Examining a Mortgage, we see that the Borrower granted the legal title to a trustee to be held in Trust until he performs his promises. Therefore the Borrower has a Right of Equity to perform upon the loan and the borrower has a right to occupy according to the terms of the agreement [Deed of Trust] but the Legal and the Equitable Titles have both been pledged as Security to a Lender. The Lender becomes beneficiary and the appointed trustee holds the legal title. Therefore the Borrower holds no title. Yet said borrower does have rights which are interests in the Estate.

    The lender does NOT have to grant occupation upon the Estate until the loan has been satisfied; however in practice the lender typically does grant physical possession of the estate but the lender retains the Right of Possession. Therefore the Estate in Fee is Secure to the Lender being held by a Trustee until performance is made by borrower.

    Usufruct is the Right to Enjoy Property vested in another. Right is in itself Property. Enjoy has specific special meaning too. Estate is an INTEREST in Property. And the nature of the Estate is called a FEE.

    The American Serfs bargain in FEE. Therefore they transfer the Estate. Or rather they transfer their interests in the Estate. So we see the Trust first then the bargain of the Fee. Grantor to Grantee for consideration, grants the Estate in Fee Simple, Tail, Farm, etc.

    A charge begs an estate to discharge the charge. Meaning the one who issues the charge must discharge the charge upon his own estate. Noticing that Property is not Estate but that Estate is an interest in Property. He who holds the Property creates the Estates in Leasehold or Freehold.

    Now the presumption is that everything one does is for ones own estate as Grantor/Trustee of the Estate in Name. Therefore one must rebut that presumption by statement in the Contract or the Trust Agreement.

    Again I say Daniel was not known by that name in Babylon. In Babylon he had a new name.

    FEE (estates) From the French, fief. A fee is an estate which may continue forever. The word fee is explained to signify that the land, or other subject of property, belongs to its owner, and is transmissible, in the case of an individual, to those whom the law appoints to succeed him, under the appellation of heirs; and in the case of corporate bodies, to those who are to take on themselves the corporate function; and from the manner in which the body is to be continued, are denominated successors. 1 Co. Litt. 1, 271, b; Wright's Ten. 147, 150; 2 Bl. Com. 104. 106; Bouv. Inst. Index h. t.

    2. Estates in fee are of several sorts, and have different denominations, according to their several natures and respective qualities. They 'may with propriety be divided into, 1. Fees simple. 2 . Fees determinable. 3. Fees qualified. 4. Fees conditional and 5. Fees tail.

    3. - 1. A fee simple is an estate in lands or tenements which, in reference to the ownership of individuals, is not restrained to any heirs in particular, nor subject to any condition or collateral determination except the laws of escheat and the canons of descent, by which it may, be qualified, abridged or defeated. In other words, an estate in fee simple absolute, is an estate limited to a person and his heirs general or indefinite. Watk. Prin. Con. 76. And the omission of the word `his' will not vitiate the estate, nor are the words "and assigns forever" necessary to create it, although usually added. Co. Litt. 7, b 9, b; 237, b Plowd. 28, b; 29, a; Bro. Abr. Estates, 4. 1 Co. Litt. 1, b; Plowd. 557 2 Bl. Com. 104, 106 Hale's Analysis, 74. The word fee simple is sometimes used by the best writers on the law as contrasted with estates tail. 1 Co. Litt. 19. In this sense, the term comprehends all other fees as well as the estate, properly, and in strict propriety of technical language, peculiarly' distinguished by this appellation.


    Note by MJ: A canon is church law. Enough said.

    4. - 2. A determinable fee is an estate which may continue forever. Plowd. 557; Shep. Touch. 97. It is a quality of this estate while it falls under this denomination, that it is liable to be determined by some act or event, expressed on its limitation, to circumscribe its continuance, or inferred by the law as bounding its extent. 2 Bl. Com. 109. Limitations to a man. and his heirs, till the marriage of such. a person shall take place; Cro. Jac. 593; 10 Vin. Abr. 133; till debts shall be paid; Fearne, 187 until a minor shall attain the age of twenty-one years 3 Atk. 74 Ambler, 204; 9 Mod. 28 10 Vin. Abr. 203. Feariae, 342; are instances of such a determinable fee.

    5. - 3. Qualified fee, is an interest given on its, first limitation, to a man and to certain of his heirs, and not to extend to all of them generally, nor confined to the issue of his body. A limitation to a man and his heirs on the part of his father, affords an example of this species of estate. Litt. 254 1 Inst. 27, a 220; 1 Prest. on Estates, 449.

    6. - . A conditional fee, in the more general acceptation of the term, is when, to the limitation of an estate a condition is annexed, which renders the estate liable to be defeated. 10 Rep. 95, b. In this application of the term, either a determinable or a qualified fee may at the same time be a conditional fee. An estate limited to a man and his heirs, to commence on the performance of a condition, is also frequently described by this appellation. Prest. on East. 476; Fearne, 9. 7. - 5. As to fee-tail, see Tail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shikamaru View Post
    Moveable wealth, in my opinion, likely included slaves in addition to cattle.

    Someone mentioned something some time ago about serfs being souls bound to the Earth with the serfs themselves as "portable Earth" .... I'll have to go hunting...
    The debtor is slave the lender. Enter the Deed of Trust where the borrower COVENANTS [makes certain promises]. A promise has VALUE. The one who promises has obligations to transfer that value. Therefore the one who promises has duties and the one receiving the promise has an equitable interest. Therefore an undertaking in an existing Use makes one by consent a Trustee. The CQU can then make demands upon the Trustee to perform. This is EXACTLY what is happening with the IRS. The CQU demands an accounting from the Trustees undertaking upon the established Uses.

    Next time you hear a President say we just created 25000 new jobs - He means exactly what he said. Those are Uses that can be Occupied upon for the benefit of the Public and/or the individual.

    Villeins - Serfs were FREEDMEN as far as their status with each other but they were and are bound in service to a higher power. Look around you today - what do you see? The commerce is king.

    I remember in Daniel about ten men who are not the king but who give their backing to one who will be king. Ref. LUCIFERS CHILDREN by Milan Martin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug555 View Post
    I like Freed's post on Lawful Money... see it at http://1040relief.blogspot.com/p/lawful-money.html
    Thank you Doug.

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    Notice that this FAQ does define lawful money... see highlighted words below:

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    Then the question that arises is WHY did Congress put that provision to redeem FRNs in USNs in the Federal Reserve Act?

    Was it an unspoken underlying SPIRITUAL DIMENSION issue, related to what happened in ancient Egypt when slavery was imposed on our ancestors?

    To disallow the choice/use of USNs, would have imposed involuntary servitude (slavery) on our people in the form of perpetual indebtedness, because FRNs (IOUs) are incapable of paying/discharging obligations.

    Does that choice (and that inelastic $300M backed by gold by President Lincoln) constitute the "red line" that cannot be crossed today without triggering the same sort of Divine Intervention that occurred in ancient Egypt?

    Our ignorance of that choice is what is destroying us today... NOT "them". IMO

    See more comments about this here...
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    Federal government made $18B in profits off AIG bailout

    Thanks for sharing that current information to us. However, I must say that the bailouts the federal government made many years back, to keep some large financial firms open and to prevent additional fiscal mayhem, may have not been as bad an idea as many believed. One of the biggest bailouts was the AIG bailout, which came to almost $200 billion being lent to the institution by the working class individuals. So far, the government has really made a profit on AIG, about $18 billion worth.

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    That stirs an interesting question George. - And Welcome!

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    At first blush, endorsement is the consent to pay for either? Maybe receiving the benefit too?



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    I heard an audio from a Canadian "Dave" who began inquiring of bailed out companies about his stock? He considered himself an investor!

    He was told his next replies would be from the Canadian FBI investigators.

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    A tax charged on the financial income of persons, corporations, or other legal entities is known as income tax. Nowadays, various income tax systems exist in the financial market with varying degrees of tax incidence.

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