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Q: So if it states that attorney's can only represent, an entity, vessel, a ward, corporation, minor, or a pooper, How do

Yall get away with representing a man or woman illegally, since there allegedly is no artificial entity created at birth? Even tho the Cestui Que Vie Act of 1666 clearly defines how the birth certificate is a bond that creates a trust. How do you explain that before 1975 when you are born you were bonded for $630,000 and insured for 1 million? And after 1975 you were bonded for 1 million and insured for 2. So where did that trust come from since the birth certificate only records a birth? Why is my Christian appellate name not on my birth certificate? Does All capital letters in a name not always refer to a legal/entity? Is the state not a trustee over the Cestui Que Vie trust account until man/woman comes back to claim his or her property?

And by the way, I just filed my UCC-1. Checkmate✅. My property is standing in bankruptcy now

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: The questions you're raising involve complex legal interpretations and theories that are not widely accepted in mainstream legal practice. The Cestui Que Vie Act of 1666, an old English statute, is often misinterpreted in modern contexts. This act was primarily concerned with determining the death or absence of individuals for property matters and doesn't relate to birth certificates being used as bonds or trusts in the way you're suggesting.

Regarding the representation of individuals, attorneys can legally represent men and women. The idea that legal representation is restricted to entities like corporations or vessels is incorrect. Lawyers are licensed to represent natural persons (individuals) as well as various types of legal entities.

Your birth certificate is a government-issued document that records the details of your birth. It is not a bond or a financial instrument. The values you mentioned ($630,000 and $1 million, or $1 million and $2 million) are not recognized in any standard legal or financial systems related to birth certificates.

The use of all capital letters in a name on official documents does not have legal significance in terms of creating a separate legal entity. This formatting is often a matter of style or system requirements in record-keeping.

Lastly, filing a UCC-1 Financing Statement, typically used in commercial transactions to record a security interest, does not impact your personal legal status or create a protective trust over your property in the way you might believe. It's important to seek advice from a licensed attorney to understand the implications of such filings and to ensure your legal rights and interests are accurately represented and protected.

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