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Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,

Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,


Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

From: John Quincy [Adams], in esse


c/o Post Office Box 1234
Somewhere (63), California, u. s. of A.
non-domestic mail (ZIP exempt)

Service by: Registered Mail Number RB 855 xxx xxx US


To: Sheryl Thor, in esse, d.b.a. Swallow County Clerk-Recorder
516 West Sycamore Street (Courthouse Annex) [95988]
Northern (88), California, u. s. of A.
January 16, A. D. 2013

Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record1


In Re: enclosed [name of document]
Greetings: Sheryl Thor, et al., hereinafter collectively Respondents;
Sheryl, as indicated in your e-mail sent to Proponent at 11:20 a.m. on January 11, A. D. 2013,
both Tracy Lang and Debbie LaGrange refused to file and record the enclosed [name of
document] into the Public Records of Swallow County. The excuse that Tracy Lang gave to
Proponent (in front of a witness) was that she couldnt find Section 22.2 of the CALIFORNIA
CIVIL CODE in her book. Its quite clear that both Sections 5 and 22.2 of the CALIFORNIA
CIVIL CODE are part of the current statute law of the State of California. You may go online
and verify this material Fact for yourself at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html .
In your e-mail you make the following legal conclusion: After reviewing these codes I have
come to the conclusion that these do not give me provisions to record the document that you
had presented at the counter for recording on January 8, 2013.
The Swallow County Clerk-Recorder cannot give legal advice or make legal determinations
regarding what can or cannot be recorded, relating to the Peoples private business affairs. As
long as the document(s) presented are of a legal nature (which Proponents enclosed [name of
document] clearly is) and, unless you have personal, first-hand knowledge that the document
presented to you for filing into the Public Records of Swallow County is fraudulent, you have a
fiduciary Duty, based on your Oath of Fidelity and Oath of Office, to promptly file said document
into the Public Record [cf. Connally v. General Construction Co., 269 U.S. 385, 391.
Notification of legal responsibility is the first essential of due process of law; see also: United
States v. Tweel, 550 F.2d.297. Silence can only be equated with fraud where there is a legal or
moral duty to speak or when an inquiry left unanswered would be intentionally misleading.].
The minute you receive any lawful document or notice from any constituent Member of the
American Body Sovereign (i.e., one of the American People) to record and file into the Public
Records of Swallow County, by 0peration of law, it is considered recorded in the Public Record.
Therefore, the moment you receive the enclosed [name of document] Proponent hereby directs
you that it be immediately filed and recorded into the Public Records of Swallow County.
The mandatory requirements of national organic Law, i.e., Constitution for the United States of
America, specifically Article 4, Section 2, Clause 1 and the Ninth Amendment (enumeration in
the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained
1

California Government Code, Sec. 27322.1 - The words "file for record" when used as a directive in any law
[i.e., including the common law] relating to any document to be filed in the recorders office shall be deemed to mean
"record" in the manner provided for in Section 27322 of this code.
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

by the People) and California organic Law, which you took a solemn Oath to uphold, and which
mandate that you, or your duly authorized deputy, promptly record and file the aforesaid [name
of document] are set forth in by the people Article One, Sections 1, 2, 16, and 21 (enumeration of
rights shall not be construed to impair or deny others retained) of the de jure Constitution of
California (established A. D. 1849); as well as ARTICLE I, SECTIONS 1, 2, 7, 20, 24 (declaration
of rights may not be construed to impair or deny other rights retained by the people) of the
constitution of the private, for-profit, municipal corporation, which is styled as, STATE OF
CALIFORNIA, (A. D. 1879).
For the administrative Record, and so that Respondents will have a deeper and more complete
understanding of what the phrase, common law of England, as it is used in CALIFORNIA
CIVIL CODE, Section 22.2 means, the following definition of the Common Law is provided
from the Giles Jacob English Law Dictionary (A. D. 1772):
COMMON LAW, [Lex Communis] is taken for the law of this kingdom simply, without
any other laws; as it was generally holden before any statute was enacted in parliament
to alter the same: and the king's courts of justice are called the Common Law Courts. The
Common Law is grounded upon the general customs of the realm; and includes in it the
Law of Nature, the Law of God, and the principles and maxims of the law: it is founded
the upon reason; and is said to be the perfection of reason, acquired by long study,
observation and experience, and refined by learned men in all ages. And it is the
common birthright, that the subject hath for the safe-guard and defense, not only of his
goods, lands, and revenues; but of his wife and children, body, fame, and life also. Co.
Lit. 97. 142: Treatise of Laws, p. 2.
Additionally, for the administrative Record and for the further instruction of Respondents,
Respondents should carefully review the following information, which includes relevant sections
of the CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE and court decisions (both state and federal)
regarding the common law:
SECTION 810.6. Enactment means a constitutional provision, statute, charter
provision, ordinance or regulation.
SECTION 811. Law includes not only enactments but also the decisional law
applicable within this State as determined and declared from time to time by the courts
of this State and of the United States.
SECTION 11120. It is the public policy of this state that public agencies exist to aid in
the conduct of the people's business The people of this state do not yield their
sovereignty to the agencies which serve them.
SECTION 27322. The recorder shall record by legible handwriting, by typewriting, or by
photographic reproduction process, in well-bound books or by such other means as
provided in this chapter, all instruments, papers and notices the recording of which is
required or permitted by law [see: SECTION 811, supra].
SECTION 54950. In enacting this chapter, the Legislature finds and declares that the
public commissions, boards and councils and the other public agencies in this State exist
to aid in the conduct of the people's business. The people of this State do not
yield their sovereignty to the agencies which serve them.
A county is a person in a legal sense (see: Lancaster Co. v. Trimble, 34 Neb. 752, 52 N.W.
711); but a sovereign is not a person (see: In re Fox, 52 N.Y. 535, 11 Am. Rep. 751;
United States v. Fox, (1876) 94 U.S. 315, 24 L. Ed. 192)
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

The following maxim of law is from Blacks Law Dictionary, Second Edition (1910), page
577, Homo vocabulum est naturae; persona juris civillis. Man [homo] is a term of
nature; person [persona] of [the] civil law. Calvin.
...at the Revolution, the sovereignty devolved on the People; and they are truly the
sovereigns of the country, but they are sovereigns without subjects... with none to govern
but themselves; the Citizens of America are equal as fellow Citizens, and as joint tenants
in the sovereignty. Chisholm v. State of Georgia (U.S.) 2 Dall. 419, 454, 1 L. Ed. 440,
455 (1793)
The People of this State, as the successors of its former sovereign, are entitled to all
the rights which formerly belonged to the King by his prerogative. Through the medium
of their Legislature they may exercise all the powers which previous to the Revolution
could have been exercised either by the King alone, or by him in conjunction with his
Parliament; subject only to those restrictions which have been imposed by the
Constitution of this State or of the United States. Lansing v. Smith, 21 D. 89, 4 Wendel
9 (1829) (New York)

California decisional law:


The Mexican system was superseded in this state by the adoption of the common law
on the 13th of April, A. D. 1850, Stats. 1850, p. 219. People ex rel. Vantine v. Senter
(1865) 28 Cal. 502.
When California became a state, the common law was adopted and put in force except
where superseded by statute. In re Farley's Estate (App. 4 Dist. 1944) 63 Cal. App. 2d
130, 146 P. 2d 249.
The common law at time state constitution was adopted includes whole body of
common law of England as it stood at that time, influenced by statute. People v.
Richardson (App. 1 Dist. 1934) 138 Cal. App. 404, 32 P. 2d 433.
The common law of England, which Civil Code makes the rule of decision in all
State courts so far as it is not repugnant to or inconsistent with Federal or State
Constitutions or State laws, refers to the whole body of that jurisprudence as it stood,
influenced by statute, at the time when provision of Civil Code was adopted. Schmier v.
Supreme Court (App. 1 Dist. 2000) 93 Cal.Rptr.2d 580, 78 Cal.App.4th 703, rehearing
denied, review denied, certiorari denied 121 S. Ct. 382, 531 U.S. 958, 148 L. Ed. 2d 294.
The common law of England includes not only the lex non scripta [unwritten law]
but also the written statutes enacted by Parliament prior to the time of separation of the
colonies from the mother country. Moore v. Purse Seine Net (1941) 18 Cal.2d 835, 118
P.2d 1, appeal dismissed, certiorari granted 62 S. Ct. 1036, 316 U.S. 643, 86 L. Ed. 1728,
affirmed 63 S. Ct. 499, 318 U.S. 133, 87 L. Ed. 663, mandate stayed 63 S. Ct. 756,
rehearing denied 63 S. Ct. 848, 318 U.S. 801, 87 L. Ed. 1165.
The codes establish state law respecting subjects to which they relate, but, where the
code and other statutes are silent, and there is no other positive law, the common law
governs [See e.g.: In re Paterson's Estate (1939) 93 P.2d 825, 34 Cal. App. 2d 305;
Siminoff v. Jas. H. Goodman & Co. Bank (1912) 121 P. 939, 18 Cal. App. 5; In re Callen's
Estate (1908) 93 P. 1011, 152 Cal. 769; In re Wickes' Estate (1900) 60 P. 867, 128 Cal.
270, 49 L.R.A. 138; In re Apple's Estate (1885) 6 P. 7, 66 Cal. 432].
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

The common law of England is, except where modified by Constitution or statute,
rule of decision in California [See e.g.: Philpott v. Superior Court in and for Los Angeles
County (1934) 36 P.2d 635, 1 Cal.2d 512, 95 A.L.R. 990; Bryan v. Banks (1929) 277 P.
1075, 98 Cal. App. 748; Tennant v. John Tennant Memorial Home (1914) 140 P. 242,
167 Cal. 570; Lean v. Givens (1905) 81 P. 128, 146 Cal. 739, 106 Am. St. R. 79.
Where the code is silent, the common law governs. Cole v. Rush (1955) 45
Cal.2d 345, 289 P.2d 450.
The California code establishes the law respecting the subjects to which it relates, but
where the code is silent, the common law governs. Victory Oil Co. v. Hancock
Oil Co. (App. 1954) 125 Cal. App. 2d 222, 270 P. 2d 604.
Section 20 [of THE CIVIL CODE], providing that, in all cases provided for by Code, all
statutes, laws and rules theretofore in force, whether consistent or not with provisions
of Code, are abrogated unless expressly continued in force by it, does not include
consistent common law or its rules among abrogated provisions. In re Sloan's Estate
(App. 1935) 7 Cal.App.2d 319, 46 P. 2d 1007
In determining the rules and doctrines of the common law, the court may properly
look to the decision of the courts of the United States, as well as to those of England.
Strong v. Shatto (1920) 187 P. 159, 45 Cal. App. 29; Seynour v. McAvoy (1898) 53 P.
946, 121 Cal. 438.
One should not be permitted to do indirectly that which he is forbidden to do directly.
Hall v. Hall (App. 4 Dist. 1950) 98 Cal. App. 2d 209, 219 P.2d 808.
While the statute furnishes the exclusive rule for determining whether its provisions
have been violated or not, this does not prevent the application of the common-law rule
for measuring violations of common-law duties. Giovannoni v. Bartmann (App. 3
Dist. 1922) 59 Cal. App. 651, 211 P. 844.

Federal decisional law:


Sovereignty itself is, of course, not subject to law, for it is the author and source of law;
but in our system, while sovereign powers are delegated to the agencies of government,
sovereignty itself remains with the People, by whom and for whom all
government exists and acts. And the law is the definition and limitation of power. It is
indeed, quite true, that there must always be lodged somewhere, and in some person or
body, the authority of final decision; and in many cases of mere administration the
responsibility is purely political, no appeal except to the ultimate tribunal of the public
judgment, exercised either in the pressure of opinion or by means of the suffrage. But
the fundamental Rights of Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness, considered as
individual possessions, are secured by those maxims of constitutional [common]
law which are the monuments showing the victorious progress of the race in securing to
men the blessings of civilization under the reign of just and equal laws, so that, in the
famous language of the Massachusetts Bill of Rights, the government of the
commonwealth may be a government of laws and not of men. For, the very idea that
man may be compelled to hold his life, or the means of living, or any material right
essential to the enjoyment of life, at the mere will of another, seems to be intolerable in
any country where freedom prevails, as being the essence of slavery itself [118 U. S. 356,
370].
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

Though the law itself be fair on its face, and impartial in appearance, yet, if it is applied
and administered by public authority with an evil eye and an unequal hand [118 U. S.
356, 374], so as practically to make unjust and illegal discriminations between
individuals in similar circumstances, material to their rights, the denial of equal
justice is still within the prohibition of the Constitution. Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U. S.
356 (1886)
Our common-law system of justice is founded upon idea that reason, not arbitrary will,
is to be ultimate ground of decision, and rules of law expressed in most absolute terms
are always subject to such exceptions as are dictated by reason. U. S. v. Schneiderman,
S.D. Cal. 1951, 102 F. Supp. 87.
Under the common law, the ultimate standard in application of every rule is one of
reasonableness. U. S. v. Schneiderman, S.D. Cal. 1952, 106 F. Supp. 906.
In absence of California decisions or statutes to contrary, law of California is presumed
to be in accord with common law of England. Horne v. Title Ins. & Trust Co., S.D.
Cal. 1948, 79 F. Supp. 91.

The California Codes are silent and there is no positive law enacted by the California legislature
which prohibits recording a [name of document]. Therefore, pursuant to standing California
and federal decisional law (cf. GOVERNMENT CODE, Sec. 811), the common law governs
this Matter and failure by the Swallow County Clerk-Recorder to perform the common law
duties inherent in her office will constitute malfeasance. Should you or your duly authorized
deputy / agent again refuse to record and file Proponents [name of document] into the Public
Records of Swallow County, once it is deposited with you, you and those aiding and abetting
you, are committing multiple federal Crimes (see: 18 U.S.C. Sections 2 (principal defined); 3
(accessory after the fact); 4 (misprision of felony); 242 (deprivation of rights under color of law);
1001 (fraud and false statements); 1346 (''scheme or artifice to defraud'' defined); 1621
(perjury); 1622 (subornation of perjury); 2381 (treason); 2382 (misprision of treason); 2384
(seditious conspiracy); as well as, various state Crimes (see: CIVIL CODE, Sections 1572-73;
PENAL CODE, Sections 2-5, 8-10, 12, 15-16, 31-33, 182).
If the putative2 Swallow County Counsel, Houston T. Barnacle, Jr., Esq. or any other BAR
attorney, told you not to record and file a document like Proponents enclosed [name of
document], you are still responsible and will be held personally liable, both criminally and
civilly (GOVERNMENT CODE, Sections 820 and 27203.5), for each and every violations set
forth within the aforesaid Instrument, i.e., [name of document]. Neither Houston T. Barnacle,
Jr., Esq. nor any other BAR attorney has any license to make a legal determination in this
commercial Matter, as they do not represent Proponent; nor do you, in your capacity as the
Swallow County Clerk-Recorder (or any other capacity), have the lawful authority to represent
Proponent or make any legal determination for Proponent.
To make this Matter more clear and certain (for and on the Record), Proponent does not accept
or
give Proponents Consent to any third-party Trespassers or Interlopers3 in Proponents private
business affairs. This includes putative Swallow County Counsel Houston T. Barnacle, Jr.,
Esq. and any other BAR attorney who may be retained by the Swallow County Clerk-Recorders
2

putative (adjective) means commonly put forth or accepted as true on inconclusive grounds.

Interlopers means persons who run into business to which they have no right, or who interfere wrongfully;
persons who enter a country or place to trade without license.
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

office, who directs you, either in writing or by parol (orally), to refuse to file and record
Proponents enclosed [name of document], which is intended to protect Proponents intangible
personal Property (i.e., Proponents Christian title and Family name) from unauthorized use by
third parties for profit or gain in Commerce to my detriment 4.
Putative Swallow County Counsel Houston T. Barnacle, Jr., Esq. and any other BAR attorney
who may be retained by the Swallow County Clerk-Recorders office are imputed ipso jure5, to
know the canon of American criminal jurisprudence, which states: It removes all doubt that
anyone who puts in motion or aids, abets, counsels, commands, induces or procures the
commission of an illegal enterprise, even though he intentionally refrains from the direct act
constituting the completed offense, but causes the commission of an indispensable element of
the offense by an innocent agent or instrumentality, is guilty as a principal, applies to
criminal behavior by federal and state (including county) officers, employees and agents under
color of office or color of law [cf. 18 U.S.C., Sec. 2; also see: e.g., Rothenburg v. United States,
U.S. 480 (1918), 62 L. Ed. 414, and United States v. Hodorowicz, C. C. A. Ill., 105 F. 2d 218
(1939), certiorari denied, 60 S. Ct. 108, 308 U.S. 584, 84 L. Ed. 489; see also: United States v.
Giles, 300 U.S. 41 (1937), 81 L. Ed. 493, rehearing denied, 57 S. Ct. 505, 300 U.S. 687, 81 L. Ed.
888].
Houston T. Barnacle, Jr., Esq. and any other BAR attorney who may be retained by the Swallow
County Clerk-Recorders office are also imputed ipso jure, to know the foundational principle of
California Jurisprudence which holds: Ignorance of the law does not excuse misconduct
in anyone, least of all in a sworn officer of the law (see: e.g., In re McCowan, (1917) 177
C. 93, 170 P. 1100).
Houston T. Barnacle, Jr., Esq. or any other person who advises, counsels, commands or induces
you to refuse to file my enclosed [name of document] into the Public Records of Swallow County
will also be personally liable, both criminally and civilly, for multiple federal and state felonies.
Pursuant to the CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE, Sections 27360, et seq., Proponent has
enclosed a U.S.P.S. Money Order in the amount of fifty (50.00) dollars payable to the Swallow
County Clerk-Recorder to cover the fee for recording the enclosed [name of document] into the
Public Records of Swallow County and to pay the fee for providing Proponent with two (2)
certified copies of the aforesaid Notice. Please call (530-624-8755) or e-mail Proponent when
the aforesaid Notice has been filed and the two (2) certified copies have been made. Proponent
will come to the Swallow County Clerk-Recorders office to pick the original Notice and two (2)
certified copies. If the USPS Money Order is not sufficient to cover the required fees for said
documents, Proponent will promptly remit the balance when Proponent comes to the Swallow
County Clerk-Recorders office to pick them up.
In the event you refuse / fail to file for record:
I reject any claim on your part that you have any lawful authority or discretion to refuse to
perform your fiduciary Duty in this Matter and I lawfully DEMAND that you produce the
following documents immediately and no later than within seventy-two (72) hours:
1) A copy of your personal identification, per Public Policy [U.C.C. 3-501, California U.C.C.,
Sec. 3501], or International equivalent, signed with your wet-ink signature and affirmed or
sworn under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of California, that the

detriment - any loss or harm suffered in ones person or property.

ipso jure by the law itself; by the mere operation of law.


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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

foregoing is a true, accurate and complete copy of your identification, as it is registered with
the appropriate public and government offices of any and all jurisdictions;
2) A copy of your county employee identification number, per Public Policy [U.C.C. 3-501,
California U.C.C. Sec. 3501], signed with your wet-ink signature and affirmed or sworn
under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of California, that the foregoing is a
true, accurate and complete copy of your employee identification, as it is registered with the
appropriate public and government offices of any and all jurisdictions;
3) A certified copy of your Oath of Fidelity and Oath of Office, signed with your wet-ink
signature and affirmed or sworn under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of
California that the foregoing is a true, accurate and complete copy of the original, as it is
recorded with the appropriate public and government offices in any and all jurisdictions;
4) A certified copy of your personal Fidelity / Performance / Surety Bond (not Summary of
Coverage of a blanket CRIME BOND), which indemnifies me for damages caused by any
malfeasance, misfeasance or nonfeasance by you, or any of your deputies, signed with a wetink signature and affirmed or under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of
California that the foregoing is a true and accurate copy of the original Fidelity /
Performance/ Surety Bond, as it is recorded with the appropriate public and government
offices of any and all jurisdictions;
5) A copy of your license to practice law, indorsed with the certificate of the oath, as
required by California statute (see: California Business and Professions Code, Sec. 6067),
which allows you to make legal determinations regarding which documents are recordable
and which documents are not recordable, signed with a your wet-ink signature and affirmed
or sworn under the penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of California that the
foregoing is a true, accurate and complete copy of your original license to practice law,
indorsed with the certificate of the oath, as it is recorded with the appropriate public and
government offices;
6) A copy of the accommodation agreement, per Public Policy [U.C.C. 3-419, California U.C.C.
Sec. 3419], which authorizes you to represent or make any commercial presentment on
behalf of STATE OF CALIFORNIA or SWALLOW COUNTY, inclusive of any agency,
department or office thereof, sworn by wet-ink signature, signed under the penalty of
perjury, under the laws of the state of California that the foregoing is a true, accurate and
complete copy of the original, recorded with the appropriate public and government offices;
7) Proponent denies that any such accommodation agreement exists, as specified in #6 above;
8) The statute or code and implementing regulation, State, Federal or International Register,
with volume and page number, where a requirement has been published, which states I must
allow you (or anyone) to abrogate any of my constitutionally-protected natural Rights or
unalienable Rights, without my Consent;
9) Proponent denies that any such statute, code, or regulation exists, as specified in #8 above;
10) A copy of the California statute or code and implementing regulation, with volume and page
number or code title and section number, which authorizes you (or anyone) authority to
abrogate any of my God-given, natural Rights, or constitutionally-protected unalienable
Rights;
11) Proponent denies that any such California statute, code, or regulation, as specified in #10
above, exists;
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

12) A copy of the California statute, code and implementing regulation, with volume and page
number or code title and section number, which authorizes you to refuse to perform the
common law duties inherent in your office, mandated by constitutional provisions of both
the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of California, as well as wellsettled decisional law, of both the United States Supreme Court and the courts of the
State of California [see: California Government Code, Sec. 811];
13) Proponent denies that any such California statute, code or regulation, as specified in #12
above, exists;
14) A copy of the California statute, code and implementing regulation, with volume and page
number or code title and section number, which authorizes or condones malfeasance6,
misfeasance7 or nonfeasance by you or any STATE OF CALIFORNIA or SWALLOW
COUNTY officer, employees or agent;
15) Proponent denies deny that any such California statute, code or regulation, as specified in
#14 above, exists;
16) Proponent lawfully demands that you produce the DOCUMENTS and DOCUMENTATION
as lawfully demanded supra, separately point-by-point, with specificity and particularity;
17) Notice: your failure to produce the documents and documentation as demanded supra,
within seventy-two (72) hours of receipt of this lawful demand, renders the above
allegations as truth, and as evidence of your inability or unwillingness to produce said
documents and documentation, as a Matter of Fact and as a Matter of Public Policy; and,
will by your silence constitute your agreement pursuant to Public Policy [U.C.C. 1-201,
California U.C.C. Sec. 1201], and any UNITED STATES or International equivalent, to be
contractually liable in your unlimited personal capacity, joint and several, for the fees set
forth in the following Notice of Fees for any further use of my time.

Notice of Fees
All fees for the acts or actions, infra, are due and payable in United States of America Dollars
(U.S.A.D.), face value, in lawful specie Money (i.e. pre-1933 gold or silver Coin) or, at
Proponents sole discretion, payment may be made in the current equivalent in Troy ounces of
99.9% pure silver or the current equivalent in non-redeemable FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES,
or any combination thereof.
1.

Any claim against Proponent absent a lawfully-binding, written Contract between the
parties two thousand United States of America Dollars (2,000 U.S.A.D) per claim;

2.

Enforcing or attempting to enforce any previously issued instrument from any foreclosed
entity against Proponent two thousand United States of America Dollars (2,000 U.S.A.D),
per instrument, per attempt;

3.

Enforcing or attempting to enforce any judgment from any foreclosed, private, for-profit,
commercial court against Proponent - five thousand United States of America Dollars
(5,000 U.S.A.D) per judgment, per attempt;

4.

Engaging service of any third Party Interloper to act against Proponent, absent a lawfully
binding Contract between the parties - ten thousand United States of America Dollars

Malfeasance is a comprehensive term including any wrongful conduct that affects, interrupts or interferes with the
performance of official duties. [cf. State ex rel. Knabb v. Frater, 198 Wash. 675, 89 P.2d 1046, 1048]
7

Misfeasance is the improper doing of an act, which a person might lawfully do. [cf.
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

(10,000 U.S.A.D) per Interloper, per occurrence;


5.

Breach of privacy, including but not limited to, each or any form, notice or letter which is
addressed to anyone other than Proponent, or which is addressed to any other address
except that which is noted for Proponent at the top of this Courtesy Notice two thousand
United States of America Dollars (2,000 U.S.A.D.) per presentment, per actor.

6.

Unlawful threat, including but not limited to a threat of litigation, restraint of trade,
economic harm or action under color of law against Proponent - five thousand United
States of America Dollars (5,000 U.S.A.D) per actor, per occurrence;

7.

Unlawful, repairable Damage to the Proponents private property or products, which is


instigated by or caused by the Respondents or Respondents actions actual cost of repairs,
plus five thousand United States of America Dollars (5,000 U.S.A.D) per occurrence, per
actor;

8.

Unlawful slander or libel against Proponent, including but not limited to, damage to
Proponents good reputation, caused by the Respondents or Respondents actions ten
thousand United States of America Dollars (10,000 U.S.A.D) per occurrence, per actor;

9.

Unlawful claim of ownership of Proponents private Property or chattel goods, including but
not limited to, sale or auction, caused by the Respondents or Respondents actions - five
thousand United States of America Dollars (5,000 U.S.A.D.), per occurrence, per actor.

10. Each telephone call made by any Respondent or Respondents agent to Proponent, in the
pursuit of any claim, absent a lawfully binding contract between the parties fifty United
States of America Dollars (50 U.S.A.D.), per minute, per call, with a 10-minute minimum
charge.
11. Seizure of Proponents private Property or chattel goods as surety for payment of any
alleged claim, absent a lawfully binding Contract between the parties, caused by the
Respondents or Respondents actions actual cost of goods, as determined by Proponent,
in United States of America Dollars, plus five thousand United States of America Dollars
(5,000 U.S.A.D.).
12. Each day a claim is made against Proponents private property or goods, absent a lawfully
binding contract, including, but not limited to, registration of a false lien against Proponent,
three thousand United States of America Dollars (3,000 U.S.A.D.), per day or fraction
thereof, per actor.
13. Unlawful physical arrest, detention or restraint of Proponent, caused by the Respondents or
Respondents actions - five thousand United States of America Dollars (5,000 U.S.A.D.) per
minute, with a ten (10) minute minimum.
14. Operating or perpetuating any and all private money systems, issuing systems, collection
systems or legal enforcement systems, which support operating SLAVERY SYSTEMS of and
against any member of Mankind (One People 8) - two thousand United States of America
Dollars (2,000 U.S.A.D) per occurrence, per actor.
In addition to the fees supra, Proponent charges for the use of his private property, i.e. his
time, when it must be used to respond to any correspondence or other mail matter, or phone
calls, which are made by any Respondents or any agents, colleagues, associates-in-fact or
cohorts; who are acting for or on behalf of Respondents, regarding mail that is sent to
8

The One People as defined in WASH DC RECORDER OF DEEDS UCC Doc# 2012079290 filed on July 25, A. D.
2012.
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.

Proponent with either a fictitious name or fictitious address, according to the following fee
schedule, nunc pro tunc praeterea preterea:
1)

The sum certain amount of one-hundred-thousand United States of America Dollars


(100,000 U.S.A.D.) for the unauthorized use of Proponents common law, copyrighted
name: JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (or any substantially similar commercial variation,
derivative, or combination thereof), per each occurrence of use, per each individual User,
plus triple damages, if not paid if full within ten (10) business days of receipt of verified
Invoice;

2)

The sum certain amount of fifty-thousand United States of America Dollars (50,000
U.S.A.D.) per hour, with a two-hour minimum, for drafting a reply to return any
envelope(s) or other mail matter that is sent with a fictitious name or fictitious address to
Proponent, per each occurrence, plus triple damages, if not paid if full within ten (10)
business days of receipt of billing Invoice;

3)

The sum certain amount of five-hundred United States of America Dollars (500 U.S.A.D.)
per minute, with a ten-minute minimum, for answering any phone call, or returning any
phone message, from Respondents or any agent, colleague, associate-in-fact or cohort who
is acting for or on behalf of Respondents; regarding any correspondence or other mail
matter, which was sent by any Respondents and which is marked: Refused (or Rejected) for
Fraud, and returned, either unopened, or opened in good faith (to verify whether contents
have a fictitious address);

4)

Administrative costs of fifteen-hundred United States of America Dollars (1,500 U.S.A.D.)


for each and every trip to the nearest United States Post Office which must be made, in
order to pay for the Registered Mail or Certified Mail fees to verify for the administrative
Record that the envelope or other unlawfully addressed mail matter is received by the
Respondents or any agent, colleague, associate-in-fact or cohort acting for or on behalf of
Respondents, plus actual costs for the Registered Mail or Certified Mail fees incurred, per
each occurrence.

All contractual fees which are incurred by Respondents or any subordinates, colleagues,
associates-in-fact or cohorts acting for or on behalf of Respondents, will be presented to
Respondent Sheryl Thor, in esse, d.b.a. Swallow County Assessor/Clerk-Recorder, by a true
bill, duly verified, invoicing the sum certain amount, including administrative costs, expenses,
any lost time, principal, interest (accruing at 12% A.P.R.), and triple damages, accumulating and
accruing with interest @ 12% A.P.R., if not paid-in-full within ten (10) business days, nunc pro
tunc praeterea preterea, as stated in the Notice of Fees, supra.

Changes to Terms and Conditions


NOTICE: Terms and Conditions may change at any time, at the sole discretion of Proponent.
Respondents may be offered new Terms and Conditions that will supersede and cancel any
previously issued Terms and Conditions.

Done and dated by my hand on this ____________ day of the First Month, in the Year of our
Lord Yahushua (Jesus), The Christ, Two-thousand and thirteen; and, of the Independence of
these united states of America, the two hundred and thirty-sixth, under restricted signature, that
is to say, with all my constitutionally-protected, birthright Prerogatives, Immunities, natural
and unalienable Rights reserved, including the right to make final determination of all
definitions and intent stated herein, in full accord with Public Policy [U.C.C. 1-308 (formerly 1207), C.U.C.C. Section 1308], or International (UCC 1-308) equivalent.
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Notice of Common Law Requirement to File for Record, in re: [name of document]

Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent,


Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal,
Applicable to all Successors, Assigns, and Agents:
Silence, when there is a moral or legal Duty to respond, constitutes Agreement.
Sincerely,

By: ....
John Quincy [Adams], sua potestas esse9
Sole owner of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
(not an Accommodation Party)
Enclosure: one (1) U.S.P.S. Money Order for fifty (50) dollars payable to Swallow County Clerk-Recorder
Copy by First Class U.S. Mail to: Houston T. Barnacle, Jr., Esq.
c/o 525 West Sycamore Street, Suite A3 [95988]
Northern (88), California, u. s. of A.
John Vegas, Swallow County Commissioner
c/o 525 West Sycamore Street, Suite B1 [95988]
Northern (88), California, u. s. of A.

sua potestas esse having full Power and Authority over ones own dominions.
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