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Decedent is not what people think it is

iamsomedude
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A cedent is a party in an insurance contract who passes financial obligation for certain potential losses to the insurer. In return for bearing a particular risk of loss, the cedent pays an insurance premium.


Definition of cedent
plural cedents
1 also cedens\ˈsēˌdenz\; plural cedents also cedentes : an assignor of a debt or claim
2 Scots law : an assignor of property or claims by a deed of conveyance

Origin and Etymology of cedent

Latin cedent-, cedens, present participle of cedere to yield


http://www.dictionary.com/browse/de-

active word-forming element in English and in many words inherited from French and Latin, from Latin de "down, down from, from, off; concerning" (see de ), also used as a prefix in Latin usually meaning "down, off, away, from among, down from," but also "down to the bottom, totally" hence "completely" (intensive or completive), which is its sense in many English words. As a Latin prefix it also had the function of undoing or reversing a verb's action, and hence it came to be used as a pure privative -- "not, do the opposite of, undo" -- which is its primary function as a living prefix in English, as in defrost (1895), defuse (1943), etc. Cf. also dis-.



Therefore, de-cedent actually means "out of" the "insurer's estate" (ie: surety) not "Dead dude" (remember the (supposed) Letter from Col House??)


so an "attorney" actually "procures" property from the "estate of the insurer of the debt obligation" for "military necessity" using the system of bounty to accomplish the conveyance (procurement) by recruiting the one using the NAME into service as one of the "well regulated militia" (every NAME is part of the militia (10 USC 311))

Regulated just means "micromanaged from the cradle to the grave by Acts of Congress, statutes, code sections, regulations, and even arbitrary and capricious rules of administrative agencies of the United States administered as “laws”."

and once recruited, one is then put to Court Martial for being Belligerent War Rebel or Heathen and one's JOB is to rebuke the devourer and silence the accuser to remain in harmony with Christ and walk in peace.
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Jjones
Hey boris your radio show this pass week was great.
You caught my ear on several times.   Firstly the passport that blew me away.  I'll try to stay on topic, your analogy of the surety and the form 28 is spot on.  Form 28 gives you control of the strawman (US Citizen).  Only a US Citizen can be a surety, study the form. You are always the authorized representative(contracting officer) handling the surety for no other than the United States(wizard of oz). Enlightened I hope
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jose/anna:)
Can you post the link for your last radio show discussion 'Jjones' mentions.  thank you....


On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 2:38 AM, Jjones [via UNDERGROUND CANTINA] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey boris your radio show this pass week was great.
You caught my ear on several times.   Firstly the passport that blew me away.  I'll try to stay on topic, your analogy of the surety and the form 28 is spot on.  Form 28 gives you control of the strawman (US Citizen).  Only a US Citizen can be a surety, study the form. You are always the authorized representative(contracting officer) handling the surety for no other than the United States(wizard of oz). Enlightened I hope


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franc
The link to the radio show and all past episodes is below. You may need to setup an account or login if you already have one.
http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=82668&cmd=tc
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jose/anna:)
thank you, I have an account.... just didn't know the link where shows were stored. 

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What is DECEDENT?
A deceased person; one who has lately died. Etymologically the word
denotes a person who is dying, but it has come to be used in law as signifying any
defunct person, (testate or intestate,) but always with reference to the settlement of his
estate or the execution of his will. In re Zeph’s Estate, 50 Hun, 523, 3 N. Y. Supp. 400.

What is GONE CONCERN?
Entity defunct or soon to be defunct. Goodwill value is gone. Worth of any tangible assets is now tied to auction or liquidation. Debt is now due, full and immediate. Also refer to going concern.

Could it be?
That the United States's person is the transmitting utility that allows access to the United States of America's person. That there is a presumption the United States of America's person is a gone concern and the debt is now due, full and immediate. I mean, after all, the original states and their governments are long abandoned, right? Or, one could always provide evidence(e.g. Administratively, UCC, Court, etc.) that the United States of America's person has goodwill value and that the United States's person is paid in full (e.g. conveyance, assignment, property election, etc.) . A properly done polarity switch will make any claim through the NAME a question of the United States's debt. I've heard that is a no,no.

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On Thu, May 10, 2018, 11:29 AM Reaction_s [via UNDERGROUND CANTINA] <[hidden email]> wrote:
What is DECEDENT?
A deceased person; one who has lately died. Etymologically the word
denotes a person who is dying, but it has come to be used in law as signifying any
defunct person, (testate or intestate,) but always with reference to the settlement of his
estate or the execution of his will. In re Zeph’s Estate, 50 Hun, 523, 3 N. Y. Supp. 400.

What is GONE CONCERN?
Entity defunct or soon to be defunct. Goodwill value is gone. Worth of any tangible assets is now tied to auction or liquidation. Debt is now due, full and immediate. Also refer to going concern.

Could it be?
That the United States's person is the transmitting utility that allows access to the United States of America's person. That there is a presumption the United States of America's person is a gone concern and the debt is now due, full and immediate. I mean, after all, the original states and their governments are long abandoned, right? Or, one could always provide evidence(e.g. Administratively, UCC, Court, etc.) that the United States of America's person has goodwill value and that the United States's person is paid in full (e.g. conveyance, assignment, property election, etc.) . A properly done polarity switch will make any claim through the NAME a question of the United States's debt. I've heard that is a no,no.

Dude




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Decedent is the estate of the insurer.

Be it dead or not is actually 100% irrelevant.

What matters is that since the Decedent Estate (ALL CAP NAME) is being used as an "insurance policy," the one's DUTY to the Host Nation as a result of the Extension of Hospitality (Registration of the Person and Property of the Person) is to act as "Insurance Adjuster" which means that the Claimant must first present the claim and then the adjuster goes thru and determines if the policy "pays out" and while the Claimant may be beneficiary of the policy, the adjuster has a duty first to the Underwriter to ensure the underwriter's interest is protected.

This is the nature of the CR(tm) ... the "proof of claim" is all about what? The fact that the acceptance and return along with the Money Order did not 1) terminate the current contract AND 2) establish a new contract of which is up-to-date AND 3) the failure to provide proof of claim is not a breach of this contract AND 4) that the account serviced is now no longer in need of service (ie: there is no further debt obligation)

CR(tm) is just to operation of an insurance adjustment upon a claim to determine if the policy pay outs. No different than if your house was damaged in a storm.

 


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Is the decedent and the "Secured Party" the same?

Is this the same u-so-fuct "level" as the SS# with the NAME?

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the decedent is the debtor at all time (surety) and a US Citizen and resident/inhabitant within the States of the Union as defined within the Law of Nations Book 1, article 213 in accordance with the 14th Amendment ... the SS # is just the account established for the Debtor. 

The SS# actually creates a Federal Reserve Bond making the Decedent a BANK and all these entities are "charging" the bank, but not establishing a claim first.

Thus one comes in as the "Attorney-in-fact" (and secured party, thus procurator in rem suam) to act as the Insurance Adjuster to investigate and evaluate the claim; CR(tm) is our "insurance adjustment and investigation tool" 

There is no difference between this and some insurance company coming out to a house after storm damage or an auto accident is reported

And up until now, people have been "accepting the offer" to be the Decedent, thus the surety; but this is a TORT because to be the Decedent is to engage in an at of insurrection and rebellion because it is FELONY to claim to be a US Citizen without FIRST executing the OATH and PLEDGE in accordance with 2 Stat 153; and not otherwise

So, when one claims to be the NAME or accepted to offer to be as such, that initiates the 14th amendment bounty bond to put down the insurrection and rebellion.



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Is the decedent and the "Secured Party" the same?

Is this the same u-so-fuct "level" as the SS# with the NAME?

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BTW,

The insurance analogue is fitting. What happens when there is a "multiple u-so-fuct" on the roads? What happens when multiple insurance companies get involved and ONE IS CLAIMED to be the liability(debtor)? How do the insurance companies settle this? Do they not FILE A CLAIM FOR SUBROGATION? Do they not offset their debt to the debtor?

Hearken back to: http://www.iamsomedude.com/pdf/usufruct/usufruct%20diagram_Revised.pdf
 and remember Johnny Paper. [Link anyONE]

For each level of the ladder ONE climbs; ONE has to UNclimb.
For each paper there is an UNpaper.

Names - arguable stages of life and provenance[analogue]:

First - birth and conditioning[Parents]
First Middle - baptism and conditioning[Church]
First Last - early schooling and conditioning[Family and Friends]
First M Last or First M. Last - "gains, profit, and income" taxed[United States]
Last, First Middle - car driving[State Of _ ]
First Middle Last - death and State of Birth [AS IF before 14th]

Are these not ALL idols? Is the order of the Matryoshka idols important? Can ONE Uncilmb this ladder?  

If there is relation between creditor and debtor is there between creditee and debtee?

Can something be purchased with nothing received? Is something received when nothing is purchased?

First M Last or First Last, purchased First Middle Last. [[evidential knowledge]]
First Middle Last[delinquently] credits First Last or First M Last or First M. Last[[empirical knowledge]]
First Middle [Baptism] or Last, First Middle [Secular] is given by purchasor to purchasee as remedy to nothing recieved nothing given [[reasoned]]
Purchasee has yet to give remedy to purchasor for remedy to nothing received nothing given.[[further reasoned]]
Purchasee as debtee defaults as creditor[[u-so-fuct]]

P. Nick Lace