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THE STORY OF THE BUCK ACT
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THE STORY OF THE BUCK ACT

THE STORY OF THE BUCK ACT by Richard McDonald edited by Mitch Modeleski In order for you to understand the full import of what is happening, I must explain certain laws to you. When passing new statutes, the Federal government always does everything according to the principles of law. In order for the Federal Government…

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VEHICLE REPOSSESSION I. INTRODUCTION TO VEHICLE REPOSSESSION A vehicle purchase contract is among the most basic and common contracts in the United States. When the buyer has to borrow money to pay for the car, certain universal contract terms will govern the transaction. The most basic principal is that the entity which provides the financing,…

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The Law

The Law [Editor’s Note – This section is not intended to give the reader the tools to fully understand the scope and nature of the laws under which the states and the federal government operate. That goal takes years to achieve and I doubt any single resource could make a significant contribution to that end….

Bonds, Contract, Court, Foreclosure, International Law, Law, Negotiable Instruments, Redemption in Court, Secured Party

Jean Keating Transcript-Securitization 101

Securitization Jack Smith Jean Keating Transcript “Securitization is Illegal”, – It is only illegal for private corporations. Securitization: The process of homogenizing financial instruments into fungible securities, so that they are sellable on the securities market. When you sign a mortgage note it comes under UCC Article 3. After securitization, it comes under Article 8….

Bonds, Court, Criminal Cases, Foreclosure, Law, Negotiable Instruments, Redemption in Court, Secured Party

JEAN KEATINGS PRISON TREATISE

JEAN KEATING’S PRISON TREATISE November 30, 2004 The courts are operating under Statute Law. A “Statute” is defined in Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition revised as a kind of bond or obligation of record, being an abbreviation for “statute merchant” or “statute staple”. Statute-merchant = is defined as a security for a debt acknowledged to…

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Postal Power

Postal Power The UPU (Universal Postal Union) in Berne, Switzerland, is an extremely significant organization in today’s world. It is formulated by treaty. No nation can be recognized as a nation without being in international admiralty in order to have a forum common to all nations for engaging in commerce and resolving disputes. That is why…

Palmore v. United States  411 U.S. 389 (1973)
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Palmore v. United States  411 U.S. 389 (1973)

Here is a rare case explaining Article 1 vs Article III. Pay attention to the words United States. This will challenge your reading skills. Palmore v. United States 411 U.S. 389 (1973) Annotate this Case Syllabus  | Case U.S. Supreme Court Palmore v. United States, 411 U.S. 389 (1973) Palmore v. United States No. 72-11 Argued…

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