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Q: If the UCC is the law of the land in America, then how does it pertain to me, because I am not living in commerce?

If the UCC was written and owned by the Vatican (International Institute for the unification of private law) how is that legal in America?

According to P.L. 88-243 The UCC is law of the land of Washington DC. It's a well known fact that Washington DC is not apart of America and has never been. So if the UCC is law of land for the federal Corporation of the UNITED STATES, how does this apply to the 50 Union STATES?

Public Law was was converted to public policy in 1938. Does public policy only deal with corporation? Yes is the real answer!!! So how does public policy pertain to me as, I am not a corporation?

Why does the UNITED STATES pay $260,000 a year to UNIDROIT for the use of the UCC? Is UNIDROIT owned by the Vatican?

Is Washington DC not apart of the 3 City State Empire that rules the world? The City of London, The city of Rome, and Washington DC. The Empire of the City

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a set of laws that provide legal rules and regulations governing commercial or business dealings and transactions in the United States. It is important to understand that the UCC is not "the law of the land" in the sense of being the overarching law applicable to all aspects of life. Instead, it is a collection of laws that standardize and harmonize commercial transactions across the states.

The UCC has been adopted in some form by all 50 states in the U.S., making it a significant legal framework for commercial transactions. Its adoption is not related to the Vatican or the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT). The UCC was created by two private legal organizations, the American Law Institute and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, to harmonize state laws in the U.S.

Public Law 88-243, which you mention, refers to the act of Congress that facilitated the adoption of the UCC in the District of Columbia. However, this does not mean that the UCC only applies to Washington D.C. or that D.C. is not part of the United States.

Your reference to public policy and corporations seems to confuse the scope of the UCC. The UCC primarily deals with commercial transactions, which can involve both individuals and corporations. Therefore, it can be relevant to individuals who are not corporations but are engaged in commercial activities.

The payment to UNIDROIT or its connection to the Vatican is a misconception. The UCC is a domestic legal framework without such international affiliations.

Finally, the idea of Washington D.C., the City of London, and the city of Rome as part of a "three city-state empire" is a theory not grounded in legal or factual reality. It's important to differentiate between legal facts and such theories when discussing legal matters.

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