Dean Clifford - The Two Sides of the Legal Name
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1. The ‘legal’ name, although there is only one, exists in two different jurisdictions. The purpose hereis to use a two-sided chart to outline the details of each jurisdiction. The left side is your side, andthe right side is the state side.2. You are the administrator/beneficiary in your jurisdiction, and the state administrates and is thebeneficiary on their side. So, there are two jurisdictions, or two areas of managing control.3. When you are born, the first gift your parents give you is a name, a given name and a familyname (the state likes to call it a ‘sur’ name). A name is a title, and you need a title to do anything.They fill out a registration form with the state. To register simply means to record publicly; it doesnot infer or mean any transfer of power. To register is basically to protect your rights. You are notthe name; the name is merely a title to enable others to recognize you. (The two columns below, inaddition to pointing out the two ‘identities’, will be referred to frequently in later text.)
Man and State-a ‘Dual’ Jurisdiction Chart
Live Birth Record. (Can be called the Certificate/Statement of Live Birth, etc); it wassigned/created by a parent to give us a title of recognition. (We were not born a sovereignbecause we were dependent on our parents.Sovereignty rights come when we become ‘of age’- usually eighteen. You are the beneficiaryof the trust; you are entitled to birth rights, theresources of the land that are granted by theevidence of this certificate, and basically,inherent rights (common law rights), canconduct business and commerce, freedomsNon-taxableCertificate of Birth (not a receipt for the LiveBirth document-it doesn‘t even mention LiveBirth. Never mind higher case, lower case- itdoes not really matter-it’s just a title of recognition-the upper case business is not anargument to be made in court; signed by thestate (the creator/owner) This document will bethe basis to set up a trust.- created the Certificate of Birth and ‘sent it toyou?’-they are the beneficiary of this- they created it, and it’s a split title situation, soyou keep that in trust.- no birth rights, only benefits and privileges tobestow. Statutory/legal rights are their bag.- can conduct business and commerce Taxespaid on this title
(see paragraph 38)4. People must understand the purpose of the title. In addition to enabling recognition, it enables thecreation of a trust. Your title relates to your status in society, and everything is done with a title. Buta title to what? Well- the most convenient classification to place the new born in is property. Theparent’s are the owner of this new landed property, and this property must be looked after becauseit is unable to look after itself until it becomes of age, usually.