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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Utah Dist. Ct. on pro se repr. of trusts

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  • Bob law
    Bear, Dave is correct here in that the U.B.T.O. is similar in nature to a Masachusett s trust, which is a non-statutory, pure, common law trust which is
    Message 1 of 9 , Jul 3, 2004
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      Bear,
      Dave is correct here in that the U.B.T.O. is similar
      in nature to a Masachusett's trust, which is a
      non-statutory, pure, common law trust which is outside
      the IRC or any other governmental authority as it's
      existance was not created by government, but by the
      author of government itself.
      The U.B.T.O. is known by several other names, which
      the IRS has tried to hold as "illegal tax avoidance
      schemes", or "abusive tax shelters", but to date, this
      has not had a great deal of success as it is not the
      "entity" itself which is abusive, but it is the way it
      functions due to the ignorance of the participants in
      it's operations that make it abusive..i.m.h.o.
      Later,
      Bob L.


      From: David L. Miner [mailto:dminer@...]
      >
      > Bear --
      >
      > You said: "A trust is an artificial entity created
      > by law, whether common or
      > statutory, and as such cannot appear in court pro se
      > as a natural person. "......
      > Not true of an unincorporated business trust
      > organization, sometimes called
      > a pure trust or a constitutional trust.



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