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vol 2 Citizen is slave by tenure pg 167Overview

All law is based on territory. Territory is the control over an area of land founded upon the legal principles found in the Private International Law, from this gift of land. each individual within English law creates a trust. Once something is put into a trust, the one acting as trustee in now the vested owner and in possession of the trust, the original grantor no longer is in possession nor does the grantor have an immediate right to what was given in trust a trust is an equitable obligation for the benefit or persons known as beneficiaries.

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TRUST: It is an equitable obligation the binds the trustee, to deal with property owned by him, the trust property, for the benefit of persons, known as beneficiaries, of whom he may be one, and anyone of who may enforce the obligation OR for the furtherance of certain purposes, such as charitable purposes.

In English law lands are described as hereditaments and are further broken down into 2 categories;

Corporeal Hereditaments: Land, and

Incorporeal Hereditaments: Everything annexed to those lands, yet not the lands themselves. Everything that is incorporeal is fictional and only exist within the english law jurisdiction of equity (not real).

The Domesday Book now gave King William 1st the ability to create the law for all those who became subject within the territory he claimed as his Kingdom. (Note: It is the owner of the land that makes the “law of the land” for all those that live within its territorial borders)..

It was not until the Magna Charta of 1215 (common law constitution) that the monarchies [common law] policy makers  (witnessed by the Roman Church) created the law to force the Monarch to follow the laws that were in force previous to King William’s usurpation. Meaning any new laws created that had not replaced the older common laws were still in force; in other words any laws which were not repealed within the jurisdiction they represent still had the force & effect of law. Also it forced the present King (King John), to follow ALL the laws recognizing the lord manors and the Magna Charta. All laws are written for legal entities so to manage the citizens of the realm or those living within the claimed territory of the King, as residents and serfs.

Each land tenure system, granted rights and delegated duties in order that an appointed group of  landlords (Lords, earls & barons) would be able to manage the land, they were enfeoffed to govern, with a common set of [house] rules. The lord manors managed the feudal land tenure (like on the television show Game of thrones) on behalf of the monarchy. Each land tenure was also annexed to a tenure of service in public office, as the King’s Great Council, which was then regulated by a ‘curia regis’ that acted as the judicial body so to insure the enforcement of fealty laws, between the landlords & the king, were formally recognized. The feudal land tenure seems to date from 1086 to the statute Mortmain in 1279. The ancient land tenure system is the period when the rights and duties (including the burden of holding a seat in the King’s Great Council) of the lord manors were given to the church, and whereby the lord manors lost their managing duties, to the land tenure, as a result.

The ancient land tenure, and statute mortmain, gave rise to the Cestui Que trust, via the creation of the concept of corporations which technically live on forever (if not formally dissolved), in order to manage the land trust by a set of laws for the group. The creation of the concept of corporations was to invoke a ‘standard set of laws’ (rules & policies), into this corporate entity, that would exist in perpetuity, so that these laws would be then handed down from person to person, unimpeded by the death of the current human facilitator.

The Statute of Mortmain was created by the monarchy Edward 1st in order to prevent the transfer of land into a use, for and on behalf of the church. Before it’s decree landlords were transferring their legal titles into the church so to avoid ‘incidents (taxes) and conveyancing laws which were noticed upon their deaths  After this act (Statute mortmain) was established next came the creation of the cestui que trust (a fictional entity) - an agreement between landlord & church - to operate as legal title holder to the current land tenure. A fictional entity accepting the laws of the land tenure meant that without a [real physical] death ever occurring (even though the physical body of the subject did in fact die),  the lands remained in the trust forever, therefore removing the right of the monarchy to receive their incidents from those lands, and additionally avoided many of the rules of common law conveyancing. This action regulated the use of the land tenure so no incidents (tax) could be charged or rights of conveyancing be noticed.

In 1535 the modern land tenure system emerged so to regulate uses which first removed the Roman churches corporate authority over the group trust. King Henry VIII seized all the Roman church’s holdings so to gain control once more of the monarchies previous prerogative. This was accomplished through an agreement with the parliament (formally part of the King’s Great Council) called the Statute of Uses.The monarchy managed to transfer these corporate rights into local and national governments — whom they originally created through the evolution of the original land tenure system beginning in 1066 . All powers of the uses and trust that existed in the cestui Que trust, were to now be administered, registered and managed (all land interests) by this new group authority.

The Great Revolution, a movement causing the Bill of Rights to be created, transferred power from the grip of the monarchy into the hands of the people through the authority established in parliament (government). , It was not until 1688 that a new Monarchy was APPOINTED by the government (made up of ‘the people’) who had in turn been granted a right of a use, for a fee, as legal trustees to the lands in Fee-Simple.

These changes corrected the common law issue of the monarchy which until then were still branded with the stigma of once stealing the lands from the people (1066 AD) - although it may be good to point out that this parliament was birthed originally from the King’s Great Council so was still connected to the unlawful usurpation in 1066 AD. This new arrangement, given to the monarchy, by the people, appointed the Monarch as trustee in order to perform those duties granted on behalf of this trust title (although not appointed by anyone with true authority). As we find out later in history, the reason for having to appoint a new monarchy was because only a monarchy could create English common law, a right that could never be established in government, as the government was created from the common law as an administrator of use and was enacted through a right exercised initially from the throne. . As the Statute of Uses was only for the first level of ‘use’, there was no administrative law so to allow the subjects to act as [fee-simple] owners to sale lease or mortgage lands, and thus profit (equitably ) from the lands use, so until the sale lease or mortgage lands laws are created no change occurred, through this appointment, the people within the territory, were essentially acting as serfs (slaves of Feudal times).

The new monarchy was needed to create law for the governments in order for them to administer as much of the trust as possible ( sale lease or mortgage lands), and thus act in the capacity of Sovereigns, within their own sphere of influence, however only against their own citizens (subjects) within that territory.

The real importance of land shows up when one looks at the lands Settlement Act of 1700. This act is the grant and rules of land settlement,which is the first step to the government, acting as [administrative] sovereign (land trust company), to be able to make laws for its subjects regarding lands in use(those with a use of lands in trust).

The next addition was the Settled Lands Act. This act created a tacit trust of lands which originated from the Settlement Act of 1700 thereby granting its force & effect by not terminating the prior settled lands agreement. We can look at this idea when compared to the sequence of events that had to occurred in order for the government to establish its right to rule over the land trust i.e. the monarchy held this right of grant as does/did the Settlement Act to enact the rights for the land trust to operate.  Allowing the settled lands agreements next allowed for the settled estates act to have force & effect which ratifies what was granted, and states how the lands in trust, must be managed. This act in turn created the need for a law of property. Property signifies the lands held in trust and the right as the trustee to them, if one had purchased a land-use right. Once you had purchased lands, you could then become subject to a claim by anyone that refuted the settled estates act and thus claims the land you purchased, via a superior right or claim.

birth domicileThe Infant act was put in place to exempt and protect one from certain agreements made by the acceptance of the settled lands, so to protect one’s rights until they became of age to make agreements for themselves and vest their inherent interests.  By not ending the protection offered in the Infants Act, by the time one reached the [territory] age of consent, and subsequently thereafter, the inaction to vest one’s rights was in turn construed to be an acceptance to the laws established within a territory governed by a municipal corporation; . the territory English law claimed as lands belonging to the beneficiaries of the settled estates. This inaction created what is commonly known as the life tenant which regards this position, in municipal law, as a trustee; acting not in one’s own right but in right of a municipal corporation/person/agent.

The beneficiary of the unclaimed settled estates is the Monarchy and the Governments. However, in trust law it is recognized that “IF” a trust was never intended to be created, so as a result the law assumes that the settlor had fulfilled its intent through the acts it created and so accepts the settlor as the beneficiary. We use the written fact of Law [abstract] as chain of title to prove how we are the Settlor to Lands held in Trust.

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Level 1: the basics to the current system of law and jurisdictions.

Participants will have a full understanding of the foundation to all law, the different jurisdictions, territory, subject matter and personal. Know how to research law and begin to know all the parts involved in determining an issue in law.  Explain the difference between natural law, common law and equity.

Level 2: providing the laws and how they apply to make one subject.

Participants will have a full understanding of fee-simple, land tenures, uses and trusts and be able to provide the English statutory laws that make one subject along with jurisprudence to understand how fee-simple, land tenures and uses and trust create the statutory laws of today, along with the actions in law one must fulfill to become subject to these laws.

Level 3: Removing the agreements; to no longer be subject to the acceptance.

Getting to the finer points in law and jurisdictions -how specific capacities apply to others, understand the differences in rights attached to possession, ownership, and holding the right of possession and ownership together. Learn how to differentiate between a contract from a trust. Understand the foundations of principal and agent, and trust and trustee. How to determine a trust and how to end a trust as settlor (including notice of these issues, in one’s proper capacity, using the appropriate laws so that the individual in possession of the assets, in trust, can have access to the proper remedies and choices that are available to have the trust returned, and the basic court process to have their rights enforced).


Level 1 How one becomes Subject Level 2 Laws that make one Subject Level 3 How to remove being Subject
1.1 Introduction 2.1 Introduction 3.1 Introduction
1.2 Interactions between Men 2.2 History of Fee-Simple 3.2 Capacities vs Duty
1.3 Nature to Common 2.3 Land Tenures 3.3 Possession & Ownership
1.4 Intro to Common Law 2.4 Uses & Trusts 3.4 Contracts and Trusts Relationships
1.5 Searching and Understanding Written Law 2.5 Contracts vs Trusts 3.5 Determining A Trust
1.6 Repealed Laws 2.6 Land Settlements 3.6 Fiduciary Duties
1.7 History of English & British Monarchy 2.7 Settled Estates 3.7 Injuries to a Trust
1.8 Foundations to Law and Equity 2.8 Purchase & Descent 3.8 Notices
1.9 Jurisdictions 2.9 Jurisdictions, Capacities & Area of Law 3.9 Enforcement of Rights to Terminate


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