In English Law. Courts established in the queen's possessions beyond the seas, with jurisdiction over maritime causes, including those relating to prize.
The United States of America is lawfully the possession of the English Crown per original commercial joint venture agreement between the colonies and the Crown, and the Constitution, which brought all the states (only) back under British ownership and rule. The American people, however, had sovereign standing in law, independent to any connection to the states or the Crown. This fact necessitated that the people be brought back, one at a time,under British Rule, and the commercial process was the method of choice in order to accomplish this task. First, through the 14th Amendment and then through the registration of our birth certificate and property. All courts in America are Vice-admiralty courts in the Crowns private commerce.
Did you know the UNITED STATES actually defines the fictitious entity spelled like your name with upper case letters as a "corporation"? The definition is in 15 USCA (United States Code Annotated) section 44;"Corporation" shall be deemed to include any company, trust, so-called
Massachusetts trust, or association, incorporated or unincorporated, which is organized to carry on business for its own profit or that of its members,…."So if the state has created this "unincorporated corporation" then does it have authority over it?
Yes it does. And until you give them notice otherwise, they will always have authority over it.That is what a UCC-1 Financing Statement does, it gives public notice that you, the secured party, have a claim against the debtor, the unincorporated corporation. Now when you file this
notice, you take this entity "out of the state", out of the jurisdiction of a fictitious entity and into the private venue, your kingdom, and thus the entity becomes "foreign" to the state and now it becomes an unincorporated foreign corporation to the state. Sounds like an oxymoron, but then again, I am using THEIR terminology!