- Just talked to an attorney who represented some people in Tax Court. It appeared that they felt that they didn t have a chance, so they decided to fileMessage 1 of 32 , Dec 31, 2003View SourceJust talked to an attorney who represented some people in Tax Court. It appeared that they felt that they didn't have a chance, so they decided to file returns and drop their petition. They got sanctioned $1000.00. The attorney is now waiting to see what they decide on what to sanction him on. He made a demand that forced the judge to take the case "on advisement".The attorney also told me that is you are a "non-filer" or a "zero filer", the chances of prevailing are almost ZERO. His observance of the attitude is that they are ready and willing to take on any of those mentioned above, and that the rules have changes. I don't know from what they were to what they are now.We all know that the IRS ignores the statutes, regulations, abuses authority and is a general fraud organization. I know that I would not want to be in any of their shoes on Judgment Day, when the Lord executes judgment against them.So if you get a NOD or 90 day letter, better have a good defense or challenge. The ones that were in the tax court were one of the followers of Schiff.
- I am sorry to hear that. You were taken. The IRS had no legal authority to do what it did, and the courts would have stopped it if you knew how to pursue it.Message 32 of 32 , Jun 1, 2006View SourceI am sorry to hear that. You were taken. The IRS had no legal authority to
do what it did, and the courts would have stopped it if you knew how to
pursue it. The CFR, the IRM and the LEM all state that the IRS must go
through State courts and follow all State procedures , and all States
require a warrant of some sort from a judge in order for any person
(including agency) to take real estate.
It is possible that the local judge was working with the IRS on this, but
the entire process was crooked and could have been stopped. Yes, you can
stop the IRS from moving illegally, if you know what to do.
Yours in financial freedom,
> Dan --what you
> There is a very important difference between what I described and
In the above response you posted, you stated;"On the other hand, the IRS has
to go to court to take possession of a physical asset". Dave, when the IRS
seized and sold my home and land, they never went to court. All the IRS did
was declare my real property seized, and sold said real property at a sealed