“They who have put out the people’s eyes, reproach them of their blindness”
News stories of arrests of victimless “crimes” such as collecting rain water and planting gardens without permits have appeared in various media reports in increasing frequency.
Here are a few actual headlines: August 2012, “Oregon Resident, Sentenced To Jail For Stockpiling Rainwater”, “Man Arrested For Collecting Rainwater On His Property”, “Collecting Rainwater Now Illegal in Many States”, “Atlanta Proposes Charging for Collected Rainwater”, “Texas Police Hit Organic Farm With Massive SWAT Raid” http://thefreethoughtproject.com/swat-team-heroically-ends-6-hour-standoff-empty-apartment/,
If one doesn’t register their home, i.e. no address there is no fight, no issue, no standing. It would be the same level of immunity, jurisdictionally speaking, as having a Canadian “authority” attempt to press charges or create a controversy over property located in Texas. There would be zero possibility of jurisdiction. “Property” tax, school bonds, and any other manner of parasitic fee based civil empire building also enjoys the same level of immunity without an address / registration.
When anyone SUBMITS APPLICATIONS for REGISTRATION they surrender their property to the State. ( http://1828.mshaffer.com/d/word/submit -“To yield, resign or surrender to the power, will or authority of another…”)
This is called a “split title“. Title is divided into “equitable” and “legal“.
“…obtaining of a decree of registration and receiving of a certificate of title shall be deemed an agreement running with the land and binding upon the applicant …”
Black’s Law 8th dictionary: OWNER page 3502
“1) Beneficial Owner. 1. One recognized in equity as the owner of something because use and title belong to that person, even though legal title may belong to someone else; esp., one for whom property is held in trust. — Also termed “equitable owner”
2) Legal Owner.One recognized by law as the owner of something; esp., one who holds legal title to property for the benefit of another. See TRUSTEE”
Black’s 5th Pg 1354
Dry trust. One which merely vests the legal title in the trustee, and does not require the performance of
any active duty on his part to carry out the trust.
Anything that is ‘registered’ has a license or an “address”.
#6 “To consign”
“1. To bestow; to confer; to pass or transfer the title or property of a thing to another person without an equivalent or compensation.”
Anyone who has registered their home has given control to the State. All “homeowners” with a numerical address assigned by a civil government are merely ‘tenants in common’ who delusionally believe that they own their home. Historically, homes or estates were named by the owners such as Blackacre, The Hermitage, Mount Vernon, Monticello, etc.
Registration — Effect.
” The obtaining of a decree of registration and receiving of a certificate of title shall be deemed an agreement running with the land and binding upon the applicant and the successors in title, …”
Did you catch that?
“…shall be deemed an agreement running with the land…”
1. An agreement or covenant between two or more persons, in which each party binds himself to do or forbear some act, and each acquires a right to what the other promises; a mutual promise upon lawful consideration or promise upon lawful consideration or cause, which binds the parties to a performance; a bargain; a compact.
In foreclosure claims, the trustee always refers to the defendant as an “occupant”. An occupant is one who is merely a possessor with no rights in title.
“OWNERSHIP” See Black’s 8th Page 3503
“Possession is the de facto exercise of a claim; ownership is the de jure recognition of one. A thing is owned by me when my claim to it is maintained by the will of the state as expressed in the law; it is possessed by me, when my claim to it is maintained by my own self-assertive will. Ownership is the guarantee of the law; possession is the guarantee of the facts. It is well to have both forms if possible; and indeed they normally co-exist.” John Salmond, Jurisprudence 311 (Glanville L. Williams ed., 10th ed. 1947).
” qualified ownership. Ownership that is shared, restricted to a particular use, or limited in the
extent of its enjoyment. ”
Post Office Bureau’s subcontractor UNITED STATES POST OFFICE
So, WHY would one have an address?/ http://1828.mshaffer.com/d/word/obsequious
1. Promptly obedient or submissive to the will of another; compliant; yielding to the desires of others, properly to the will or command of a superior, but in actual use, it often signifies yielding to the will or desires of such as have no right to control.