1. Citing statutes in a notice of liability

Citing statutes in a notice of liability

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Asked on May 18, 2021 10:44 am
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Hello Louisa,
Yes, the NoL operates primarily in law merchant and in spiritual jurisdictions, however, we have included ALL jusrisdictions so that this can be a learning tool for those Respondents who may not really know about law merchant, but know about the Acts and the court cases, etc. When they see these things, they have something to latch onto and they can start to connect the dots....
Here is what Cal has said about it:
The NoL is not primarily a 'statutory' document, to get a statutory 'remedy'. We have some statutes in each one, but it's mostly because people 'believe' in those as law. So they are written in there for that reason, but for all of those, one would have to go to 'court' to get the 'remedy'. That's why we qualify the use of 'statutes' to make sure that it is understood that we are not relying nor do we necessarily agree with, nor are we subject to, statutes. They are listed only because the Respondents are responsible to them. Those way up the 'food chain' know that they are 'immune' to statutes.....but for those further down the food chain, it will make them 'think' about what it is they are doing....

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Answered on May 19, 2021 11:48 am