1849 Flag To: John Roe C/OCAPITAL ONE, N.A. From: Jane Doe C/OP.O Box 60599 419 Bitteroot StreetCity of Industry, CA. 91716Santa Maria, California, N/D
CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF DEBT UPON PROOF OF DEBT VALIDATION
I, Jane Doe, one of the people
of the Republic of California, Sui Juris, being duly sworn dodepose and
say: that I am hereby presenting this CONDITONAL ACCEPTANCE OF DEBTVALIDATION UPON PROOF OF CLAIM OF DEBT VALIDATION for alleged account #4XXXX60264585 to CAPITAL ONE. I require proof of claim of any debt I am liable for, evidenced by asworn affidavit from a party from CAPITAL ONE having direct
knowledge of the debt and documents below named, hereby requested to be presented.
1.I require a certified copy of the balance sheet showing the account hereafter named ‘source’that funded the money
that any advances of valuable consideration on behalf of JANE DOEoriginated from.2. I require a certified copy of the balance sheet showing the account hereafter named ‘A’ thatthe money
originally came from, that was deposited into the ‘source’ account, or how the ‘sourceaccount was funded, and the name of the party who advanced ‘Money’ to the ‘source’ account.3. I require the balance sheet showing the asset transfer from account ‘A’ into ‘source’ account.
An affidavit claiming lawful money was advanced on behalf of JANE DOE and not credit
inthe form of unlawful bills of credit or non-redeemable privately issued promissory notes [FRN].5.An affidavit claiming that CAPITAL ONE suffered a loss when JANE DOE did not repaythe alleged money advanced on behalf of JANE DOE.6.The name, position and knowlege of agent at CAPITAL ONE, swearing the affidavit.7.I require the opportunity to see the original ‘security instrument’ that I signed that created thealleged debt, or credit account. Failure to produce the original will be evidence of fraud in statingthat there could be an alleged ‘debt’ owed for failure to be the holder in due course of the instrument.8. I require the lawful authority that CAPITAL ONE has to create a debt from loaning anything butgold or silver as lawful money as required under the united States Constitution article 1, section 10.9. I require proof that the original contract was not unconscionable because of fraud evidenced bythe failure to disclosure to true nature of the agreement, the failure to provide full disclosure, thefailure to give ‘consideration’ by both sides, the failure to have both parties sign a ‘wet-ink’ signatureunder their full commercial liability.10. I require proof of compliance with the truth in lending laws of the United States Code, Title 15 §1601 et. seq. and Regulation Z.
"...at the Revolution, the
sovereignty devolved on the people
; and they are truly the sovereigns of the country, butthey are sovereigns without subjects...with none to govern but themselves....". CHISHOLM v. GEORGIA (US) 2Dall 419, 454, 1 L Ed 440, 455 @DALL (1793) pp471-472.
MONEY: In usual and ordinary acceptation it means
, or paper money used as circulating medium of exchange and
does not embrace
notes[federal reserve notes]
, bonds, evidences of debt, or other personal or real estate. Lane v. Railey, 280 Ky.
319, 133 S.W.2d 74,79,81. [Blacks Law 4
revised (1968)pg 1157]
. “…checks, drafts, money orders, and
bank notes are not lawful money of the United States
…”State v. Neilon,73 Pac 324, 43 Ore 168.
CREDIT: The ability of a business man
to borrow money
, or obtain goods on time, in consequence of thefavorable opinion held by the community, or by the particular lender, as to his solvency and reliability. People vWasservogle, 77 Cal. 173, 19 P. 270; in re Ford, D.C. Wash., 14 F.2d 848, 849; State ex rel. Globe-Democrat Pub.Co. V Gehner, 316 Mo. 694,294 S.W. 1017, 1018 [Blacks Law 4
revised (1968) pg 440]. “A national bank has no power to lend its credit to any person or corporation…” Bowen v. Needles Nat. Bank, 94 F925, 36 CCA 553, CERTIORARI DENIED IN 29 S.Ct 1024, 44 LED 637