# Do The Math

Definitions: A=Tangible Note (Homeowner as Obligor Note) B=Tangible Security Perfected of Record to Secure Tangible Note (Alternate means for money collection) C=Partial Interest In (Payment stream – Source Obligor’s Payments) D= Mortgage (Culmination of Three parts A, B, and C as a conjunctive)

Mathematics suggests the proper real estate mortgage formula could be written as: A + subset B + subset C = D where B and C are required by law to follow A. In short, A + all subsets must equal D. Whereas if subset C is not a part of the equation, A+B≠D for only A+B+C=D. If subset C is not attached to primary A then UCC 3-205 or a state’s equivalence suggests that A has not been sold for full value and as such rights have and could not be sold, transferred or assigned (“OR” – a disconjunctive used in a conjunctive fashion) either to the primary method of A or (disconjunctive) the secondary method B to alleged subsequent purchaser of A (Tangible Note).

Laws applying to real property mortgages and notes all the way back to Carpenter v Longan before the United States Supreme court has inferred that B always follows A. Alias the Intangible Obligor’s attempt to relieve themselves of liability by attempting to surpass opinions of law by trying to bifurcate B from securing A and claiming B is the security for C. If such were lawful, then the formula would most likely appear as: A+C A +
subset B + subset B

=D. This is quite contrary to realities formula of

+ C = D. Obvious this intangible math is flawed as the

tangible math has already been cast in stone and many opinions of law.

Note that [A + substitution.

subset B]

is a conjunctive where in law there is no

As the saying goes:

DO THE MATH

Therefore if it is declared that A – attached subset B (perfected or not) – subset
C

= D then somebody has in short lied!!! The math does not add up!!!

Any negative value of B or C would negate that A = D.