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RE: [tips_and_tricks] Jurisdiction Disclaimer

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  • Robert Carman
    Try www.supremelaw.org ... there is a wealth of information there dealing w/getting the courts back on track. Bob C
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 28, 2006
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      Try 'www.supremelaw.org'... there is a wealth of information there dealing
      w/getting the courts back on track.
      Bob C


      >From a previous post by FrogFarmer:
      >
      >One who demands rights brings this to the attention of all involved.
      >When I consent to play in the courtrooms, I file a disclaimer of all
      >equitable, admiralty, Roman, chancery, and commercial jurisdcitions.
      >I make it known that my rights are substantial and based in the common
      >law. And I know how to find all my common law rights in the code books
      >of those now incapable of making any distinctions. I know how to make
      >the disticntions, and how to use the codes THEY understand to achieve
      >the same effects as if the two courts and two forms were never
      >combinded.
      >
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