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Authentication Issues

ajdean823
In Illinois when you request to have a Certificate of Live Birth authenticated they demand the country to be used in and put it at the top of the authentication. I requested an authentication as to render the COLB acceptable in a non-member country of the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961 and they forced me to specify a country, Taiwan, and have told me that now that COLB is only acceptable there. Where is the authority on this for verification of proper authentication whether to be presented to the US Treasury to assign the reversion or to present to an Article III state level court? I received a COLB back from Arizona properly authenticated not country-specific and ready to be sent to John Kerry. Has anyone had any similar situation or found this to be untrue as Jessie White's office has informed me? Thank you for any help.
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iamsomedude
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all the really matter is that the doc is authenticated. Some states do things differently, some you must use a country to get the deed done. Florida is a the same way as Illinois.

Let them argue the validity or invalidity of something for once one gets this done, one is holder in due course of a paramount claim of which is then used to set-up interests. The usufruct and reversion do not originate from the certificates, those certificates are just evidence of the trust and estate established for the benefit of the state so it can receive as such from the one using those intellectual properties.
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ajdean823
Thank you for clearing that up for me Boris. You are greatly appreciated.