Re: [tips_and_tricks] What is the difference between a declaration and an aff...
- On Jul 7, 2004, at 12:12 PM, Nilbux@... wrote:
> Affidavits are nothing without a notary seal.Actually, three witnesses are just as good.
- I'm not convinced that either form absolutely requires
a notary seal. Under 28 USC 1746 (if I recall
correctly) it is possible for a solitary individual to
verify his own documents under the penalty of perjury
with "like force and effect" of a notarization.
--- Nilbux@... wrote:
> Affidavits are nothing without a notary seal.=====
> Do declarations require a seal?
without prejudice to my God-given, unalienable Rights
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- In Mass under MGL 268A 1 or 268 1A, (?) if you sign
under pains and penalties, you don't need a notary.
Check your state laws.
At 03:12 PM 7/7/04 -0400, you wrote:
>Affidavits are nothing without a notary seal.
>Do declarations require a seal?
No. They require the statement as shown in 28 USC 1746. Your statement reflects whether you are within or without the United States . (Hint: All the IRS agents state they are within)
From: Nilbux@... [mailto:Nilbux@...]
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 2:12 PM
Subject: Re: [tips_and_tricks] What is the difference between a declaration and an aff...
Affidavits are nothing without a notary seal.
Do declarations require a seal?
Actually, three witnesses are just as good.
FF: I would say you need an actual authoritative basis for saying this in each state. We tried to recuse a judge using three witnesses and he refused to recuse based on the absence of a notary seal on our recusal papers. We ended up redoing our papers and taking them to a notary. Then the judge had to recuse. Bear
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