. Those laws, rules and regulations cannot be applied to the private people of acountry except by deception and control which is created through law and religion. The combination of the two has let people into dealing with the government and accepting government benefits and privileges that people were not supposed tohave anything to do with. One of the benefits and privileges of government is to register your property with the government so that the government will take care of and protect your property at a price, of course, because nothing is done by government without a profit in mind. Whenever you register property with the government you have actually created a trust, a separate and distinct trust, fromany other kind of a trust. Whether you have a trust and the property is listedin your trust or if it's the government's public trust. This registration creates a separate and distinct trust. Now, there can be many trusts involving the same property apparently because I found nothing in a law to say that any one particular kind of property cannot be involved in numerous different trusts. So, indeed, they are involved in several kinds of trusts. One of them, of course, is thepublic trust and the public trust has a duty to protect your property and, as amatter of fact, we have discussed that at length in past conference calls and way back in times when I used to do seminars and go around the country teaching Iwas teaching about private property and the fact that government had no right to interfere with the use and enjoyment of private property. Well, requiring youthrough deception to register any kind of private property such as your new bornchildren, your land deeds, your automobile that you bought and paid for, your puppy dogs—that's the one that irritates me the most, something as minute in valueas puppy dogs and yet they force people to register them. I'm amazed that they haven't forced people to register kitty cats. There's got to be some value of a kitty cat even if it's only $1 and it's getting to a point where government needsevery dollar they can get their dirty little filthy hands on. So, I wouldn't besurprised if they didn't come up with a law before long requiring everybody that has a kitty cat to register it so they can get a dollar's worth of value for investment out of the registration of the kitty cat. That may come some day and Idon't think too far in the future. Every one of these registrations becomes a trust and the reason is because by operation of law the law says that when you give someone else your property to hold for you it creates a trust and it's calleda constructive trust because it is constructed by operation of law. Now, once it gets into this position it can be treated as a trust and the people that are holding the property can be treated as a trustee. The beneficiary which is the person who they're holding the property for has a right to sue the trustee for breaches of the trust separately and distinctly from suing them for breach of the public trust. That is a different approach for different purposes entirely. So,I hope I'm clearing up some confusion here because I got a couple of requests from people for suing the government under a constructive trust. Well, no, not quite, that's not what a constructive trust is for. A constructive trust is to either force them to protect your property as trustees from any loss to you or to terminate the trust and return the property to you. That's what a constructive trust is about. It is about registered property and recovering it. The breach of the trust by government officials that cause you losses or expenses or ignoring the law and using some fictitious claims against you, that's a completely different story and a totally different approach. That's an approach of suing them for breach of the public trust. That's different than establishing a complaint for aconstructive trust. Am I clearing this up for you, I hope?Now, Book #76 of American Jurisprudence, 2nd edition, Section 168, generally onconstructive trusts. Now listen to this carefully. A constructive trust is an implied trust. It arises by operation of law to satisfy the demands of justice orto prevent a failure of justice. I think we've been going to the courts for thewrong reasons and going to the wrong courts. I think we should have been going to the courts of equity because that's what this is all about. A constructive trust is imposed when one has acquired the legal title to property which is what happens when you register property. You transfer the legal title which is the title authority to control the use of the property. That's what the legal title is all about and it transfers to the holder of the property in trust.