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watch this, here are notes to go along with it: no wet blue signature = no credibility bankers do acceptance's. blacks law dictionary defines HUMANS as bankers.? you can do anything a banker can do. banker, one who is engaged in the business of banking, banking, issuing notes for circulation, so if you put faith in a note then you are a banker?... Accept means you will pay the document. If you pay the document/ negotiable estimate, then obviously it belongs to you. anyone who sends you a bill and does not send you the check to pay it with, has created a liability witch they did not provide the remedy. "everything in commerce is in the mirror" - winston shrout uniform commercial code doctrine: in order to create liability you have have to make presentment (give it to them. hand them paper). That's why in court if you don't have your "ticket" they hand you a copy, if you take it you "consent", so best thing you can do is say "no i dont have it" and keep saying that???..... If they made presentment then they have to provide a remedy for it cause they just created liability in the public..... "we use to get presentments from the irs and they wouldn't send the check, so we use to write back and say thanks for what you sent but where's the check, and then after a period of time they then started to send the check" winston shrout. Acceptance: "Write all below on a bill its considered a MONEY ORDER it must be Diagonally (historical significance / how bankers use to do it)" _____________________________________________________ Accepted for value ( you give it faith as a banker, you are a banker) Exempt from levy (because you are a banker/stock trader) [SIGNATURE] [date] Exemption id # (for account identification): Deposit to The Department of the Treasury Charge the same to FIRST LAST (the account ID not the strawman?) ____________________________________________________ FIRST MIDDLE LAST (the strawman/private entity/company ?) FIRST LAST (the account ID at treasury, or do they use cooperate strawman entity?) When you accept this as a banker (and that you are) you turn this document into currency. every piece of paper that is backed by the faith and consciousness is something you can then use to exchange for energy with. Faith in credit, if there was no faith in Australian currency then it would be no good. all currency in the world is debit, there is no gold? http://www.treasury.gov.au http://en.wikipedia....%28Australia%29 The Commonwealth Treasury was established in Melbourne in January 1901 http://www.butt-onz.com.au/ Definition of BANKER A private person who keeps a bank; one who is engaged in the business of banking. People v. Doty, 80 N. Y. 228; Auten v. Bank, 174 U. S. 125, 19 Sup. Ct. 628, 43 L. Ed. 920; Richmond v. Blake, 132 U. S. 592, 10 Sup. Ct. 204, 33 L. Ed. 481; Meadowcroft v. People, 163 111. 56, 45 N. E 303, 35 L R. A. 176, 54 Am. St Rep. 447. Definition of BUSSINESS This word embraces everything about which a person can be employed. People v. Com’rs of Taxes, 23 N. Y. 242, 244. That which occupies the time, attention, and labor of men for the purpose of a livelihood or profit. The doing of a single act pertaining to a particular business will not be considered engaging in or carrying on the business; yet a series of such acts would be so considered. Goddard v. Chaffee, 2 Allen (Mass.) 305, 79 Am. Dec. 796; Sterne v. State, 20 Ala. 46. Labor, business, and work are not synonyms. Labor may be business, but it is not necessarily so; and business is not always labor. Making an agreement for the sale of a chattel is not within a prohibition of labor upon Sunday, though it is (if by a merchant in his calling) within a prohibition upon business. Bloom v. Richards, 2 Ohio St. 387. Definition of BANKING The business of receiving money on deposit, loaning money, discounting notes, issuing notes for circulation, collecting money on notes deposited, negotiating bills, etc. Bank v. Turner, 154 Ind. 456, 57 N. E. 110. See BANK; BANKER.
Hey guys, Finally we have made a great start in a long term dream and purchased 110heacters in NSW (near Glenn Inns, amazing land, very beautiful ) to build a ecovillage/community (so to call it) apon. Land is perfect many natural resources , springs, creeks, deer, goats, wild foods already there for a start. Problem we are facing is with local shire laws and the steps needed to take to officialy start the ecovillage down the right tracks. Our basic accommodation module has been developed by a specialist architect, and we have no problems with getting ONE of these units built on the land. a 2 bedroom cottage made from hay bails and cob (claymud/sand/straw), the plans have been drafted to NSW regulations and Australia building standards and is guaranteed to get passed by the architect. The land has a current building title for the next 5 years. (ok to build) Problem we face is there is a multi occupancy clause that makes it so other occupancy's must be attached to each other and in this shire sub division's must be 500acears and our block is 300, i assume if we declair it a village as such we dont have to worry about this restrictions? all this is great in theory with common law so the speak but in practice what form do i start with? Or really in common law we just start? but i would rather the shire on my side and not against me.... So what steps must i take to somehow declair the land as a village under law or freeman / common law, legitly I first register a Co OP and then the transfer the land into the Co Op's name???? What are my REAL options to get this achevied? selling the land and buying elsewhere is not a option. I have spoke to the town planer and they are "ok" with this but they cant change the restrictions ( they are attending expo's with plans to try change it), a loop hole they subconsciously suggested to me was to declair all "homes" as rural sheds and apply for a exemption every 12 months. Any more ideas? Any lawyers would like to offer there services at a Discounted price to help draft a few contracts and help set up a Co OP or Pty Ltd to manage / own the property would be much appreciated, please forward quote to me. It will be a Trading Co Op Group ( i think will be best), not non for profit co op, we have 2 members required for Co-op Group or could get 5 if required for the co-op. Thanks again, Any help / ideas would be greatly appreciated. Or any questions on any thing to do with our planing don't hesitate to ask. Confused once again.... V