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The Spaniard 1(Trust Law)

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Your 'Berth' Certificate is your Receipt as an investor, don't lose it!

Darren Deojee talks about Trust Law and holding public servants to account (Audio on Lawful Rebellion Site)

Read Wiki on Trust Law : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trust_law

The word 'certificate' is the same as a receipt, for the most part. a stock certificate, for example, is simply a receipt for buying a share. it is your proof that a deposit was made into their trust, making you a holder of an interest in the trust. the trust in question is of course the government.

If you are a slave of the Crown, Yes I know people believe they are FREE but they are NOT, the Birth Certificate is your receipt for your enslavement BUT..... there is another secret that has been hidden in plain sight for a very long time. My land is claimed and under my coat of arms and flag as is the right of all peoples of this world. This is my nation and my embassy of which I am an Ambassador-at-large.

My choice is to be at peace with all my brethren on this planet, where ALL are equal under the laws of creation, our birthright absolute to claim. Once you know who you are and only then, will you be free to live your life in abundance with all? equally. As a freeman myself, this is by far the simplest and hence most effective explanation i've found, Lawful Rebellion, forget the longwinded NOUICOR's (Claims of Right), I've an unrebutted Affidavit that I failed in Court not the other way round, my ignorance cost me my home, with this info my Affidavit would've wiped the floor with them. stand up, dust down and soldier on. Keep it simple stupid! (by Dean Clifford)

I am working through some Dean Clifford videos and he seems to be having some consistent results. Here are a few more thoughts taken from the below video series, I strongly recommend you watch them. It appears that the biggest dis-info to be causing freemen problems, is the illusion of the Name (Legal Fiction), or 'Person' being where the battle is. Dean says, this is not what matters, because what is happening is that there the name is a being used as a presumption of law, which usually stands unrebutted where you walk in as the Trustee in their eyes.

This is like the bait on the end of a fishing line, they thow the line out (could be any name) and see who takes the bait. So it's not the name/bait, it's who thinks they need to answer to that name as being responsible, which would make you the Trustee, and if you know anything about trust law, the Trustee is NOT who you are or would want to be. In fact, we are the Executor/Beneficiery of the last will and testament of God. So, the Justice, Police etc are Public Servants, THEY ARE THE TRUSTEES (Trustees are Slaves/Employees).

The important thing is we need to rebut the presumption which exists in law, by declaring yourself as the Executor /Beneficiery for the Trust, that makes the Justice the Trustee (actually, a PUBLIC TRUSTEE). They RELY on you never doing this, it is how they make their money from your ignorance of this fact, because that is the only other Role left, this is guaranteed to freak him/her out because it's 'game over' for them as far as the Constructive Trust case goes. As soon as you establish the roles for YOU as Executor/Beneficiery and the Justice as Trustee, there is no place for Prosecution or the Clerk to Justice(Crown), because they have just lost their Beneficiery role in the Constructive Trust (Case)when your re-butted their presumption of you being the Trustee, please see the diagrams below for clarification.


Wiki on Trust Law [extract]
In common law legal systems, a trust is a relationship between three parties whereby property (real or personal, tangible or intangible) is transferred by one party to be held by another party for the benefit of a third party. A trust is created by a settlor (archaically known as the feoffor to uses), who transfers some or all of his property to a trustee (archaically known as the feoffee to uses), who holds that trust property (or trust corpus) for the benefit of the beneficiaries (archaically known as the cestui que use, or cestui que trust). The trustee has legal title to the trust property, but the beneficiaries have equitable title to the trust property (separation of control and ownership).

The trustee owes a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries, who are the "beneficial" owners of the trust property. (Note: A trustee may be either a natural person, or an entity, and there may be a single trustee or multiple co-trustees. There may be a single beneficiary or multiple beneficiaries. The settlor may himself be a beneficiary.).
The trust is governed by the terms under which it was created. The terms of the trust are most usually written down in a trust instrument. The terms of the trust must specify what property is to be transferred into the trust, and who the beneficiaries will be of that trust. The trust is also governed by local law. The trustee is obliged to administer the trust in accordance with both the terms of the trust and the governing law.
In the United States, the settlor is also called the trustor, grantor, donor or creator. In some other jurisdictions, the settlor may also be known as the founder.

Personal trust law developed in England at the time of the Crusades, during the 12th and 13th centuries.[citation needed]
At the time, land ownership in England was based on the feudal system. When a landowner left England to fight in the Crusades, he needed someone to run his estate in his absence, often to pay and receive feudal dues. To achieve this, he would convey ownership of his lands to an acquaintance, on the understanding that the ownership would be conveyed back on his return. However, Crusaders would often return to find the legal owners' refusal to hand over the property.

Unfortunately for the Crusader, English law did not recognize his claim. As far as the courts were concerned, the land belonged to the trustee, who was under no obligation to return it. The Crusader had no legal claim. The disgruntled Crusader would then petition the king, who would refer the matter to his Lord Chancellor. The Lord Chancellor could do what was "just" and "equitable", and had the power to decide a case according to his conscience. At this time, the principle of equity was born.

The Lord Chancellor would consider it unjust that the legal owner could deny the claims of the Crusader (the "true" owner). Therefore, he would find in favor of the returning Crusader. Over time, it became known that the Lord Chancellor's court (the Court of Chancery) would continually recognize the claim of a returning Crusader. The legal owner would hold the land for the benefit of the original owner, and would be compelled to convey it back to him when requested. The Crusader was the "beneficiary" and the friend the "trustee". The term use of land was coined, and in time developed into what we now know as a trust.

The trustee may be either a person or a legal entity such as a company. A trust may have one or multiple trustees. A trustee has many rights and responsibilities; these vary from trust to trust depending on the type of the trust. A trust generally will not fail solely for want of a trustee. A court may appoint a trustee, or in Ireland the trustee may be any administrator of a charity to which the trust is related. Trustees are usually appointed in the document (instrument) which creates the trust.

A trustee may be held personally liable for certain problems which arise with the trust. For example, if a trustee does not properly invest trust monies to expand the trust fund, he or she may be liable for the difference. There are two main types of trustees, professional and non-professional. Liability is different for the two types.

The trustees are the legal owners of the trust's property. The trustees administer the affairs attendant to the trust. The trust's affairs may include investing the assets of the trust, ensuring trust property is preserved and productive for the beneficiaries, accounting for and reporting periodically to the beneficiaries concerning all transactions associated with trust property, filing any required tax returns on behalf of the trust, and other duties. In some cases, the trustees must make decisions as to whether beneficiaries should receive trust assets for their benefit. The circumstances in which this discretionary authority is exercised by trustees is usually provided for under the terms of the trust instrument. The trustee's duty is to determine in the specific instance of a beneficiary request whether to provide any funds and in what manner.
By default, being a trustee is an unpaid job. In modern times trustees are often lawyers, bankers or other professionals who will not work for free. Therefore, often a trust document will state specifically that trustees are entitled to reasonable payment for their work.

The beneficiaries are beneficial (or equitable) owners of the trust property. Either immediately or eventually, the beneficiaries will receive income from the trust property, or they will receive the property itself. The extent of a beneficiary's interest depends on the wording of the trust document. One beneficiary may be entitled to income (for example, interest from a bank account), whereas another may be entitled to the entirety of the trust property when he attains the age of twenty-five years. The settlor has much discretion when creating the trust, subject to some limitations imposed by law.

Constructive trust. [This is what is presumed before a court case; editor ] Unlike an express trust, a constructive trust is not created by an agreement between a settlor and the trustee. A constructive trust is imposed by the law as an "equitable remedy." This generally occurs due to some wrongdoing, where the wrongdoer has acquired legal title to some property and cannot in good conscience be allowed to benefit from it. A constructive trust is, essentially, a legal fiction. For example, a court of equity recognizing a plaintiff's request for the equitable remedy of a constructive trust may decide that a constructive trust has been created and simply order the person holding the assets to deliver them to the person who rightfully should have them. The constructive trustee is not necessarily the person who is guilty of the wrongdoing, and in practice it is often a bank or similar organisation.
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The spaniard (White Rabbit Trust) on Trust Law (Part 1 of 2)


The spaniard (White Rabbit Trust) on Trust Law (Part 2 of 2)