There is some fruitful research in the area of trusts which can be legally form without your knowledge and consent.
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Sent: 3/3/03 8:30:28 AM
Subject: [tips_and_tricks] People not generally subject to law
> Jim: I just reposted that. It looks like you could look up the
> definition for Code in Black's the cite would be there. You could do a
> search at Versuslaw.com for the name of that case. Also, Yick Wo v.
> Hopkins would be more authoritative being Supreme Court. Inside the
> cover of West's Digests there is a table of abbreviations that you could
> look up what reporter Wn(2nd) refers to. I suspect that it is an
> obscure case from a foreign jurisdiction to the one you're in. The most
> it could do is point you to cases in your jurisdiction using Sheppard's.
> It occurred to me the other day that we need to do more studying on
> principles of contracts because that's where they've tricked us. How
> can they compel us to contract? Can a government use force to compel us
> to contract? I guess they could if the courts let 'em. At one point
> the use of "without prejudice" on drivers licenses and registrations was
> effective, but, they're like the mafia. They make us pay protection
> money; who cares about law. Bear
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> From: lookin2c@... [mailto:lookin2c@...]
> Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 6:21 AM
> To: shining@...
> Subject: Re: People not generally subject to law
> YES, we know that we "contract into subjection"!
> Do you have the Rhay case or a more informative cite for it?
> Deo volente,
> "...as He died to make men Holy,
> Let us live to make men free."
> On Sun, 2 Mar 2003 23:49:26 -0500 "Milo" <shining@...> writes:
> From: legalbear [mailto:bsmyth13@...]
> Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 11:10 AM
> Subject: People not generally subject to law
> Code is "not the law" (In Re Self v Rhay, 61 Wn (2d) 261) defined by
> Black's Law Dictionary as prima facie, which is color of law, color is
> "counterfeit or feigned".
> What the real law is the common law as described in the above case and
> the code itself. The People are not "subject to law" generally (Yick Wo
> v Hopkins, 118 US 356, 370) except for the criminal codes which is
> codified common law.