Greetings, The post is all well and good... EXCEPT... for a couple of things... Read the Uniform Commercial Code [UCC] for your state and see if it does notMessage 1 of 1 , Nov 27, 2005View SourceGreetings,The post is all well and good... EXCEPT... for a couple of things...Read the Uniform Commercial Code [UCC] for your state and see if itdoes not say that its definitions are superior to the dictionary definitions...and then read the definition of "money" therein!And we should get into the definitions concerning State and state!For example see Bank of US v. Planters Bank, 9 Wheaton (22US) 904, 6L.Ed. 24.
"Governments descend to the level of a mere private corporation and
takes on the character of a mere private citizen [where private corporate
commercial paper are concerned]..." "For purposes of suit, such corporations
and individuals are regarded as an entity entirely separate from government."
And then there is the Clearfield Doctrine [ Clearfield Trust Co. v. US, 318 US 363, (1943)]
that says Government does business on the business level!
JimWhen someone who is honestly mistaken hears the truth,
They will either quit being mistaken or cease to be honest!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~On Sat, 26 Nov 2005 13:21:06 -0800 (PST) Kat Man <katmanwon@...> writes:Pursuant to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 43.02. Payable in MoneyAll recognizances, bail bonds & undertakings of any kind, whereby a party becomes bound to pay money to the State, & all fines & forfeitures of a pecuniary character shall be collected in the lawful money of the United States only. AND;