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iamsomedude
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I am going to do a bit of a revisit on the Minnesota Rule 220 for something has been brought to my attention recently.

Rule 220.Birth Certificates
The Registrar of Titles is authorized to receive for registration of memorials upon any outstanding certificate of title an official birth certificate pertaining to a registered owner named in said certificate of title showing the date of birth of said registered owner, providing there is attached to said birth certificate an affidavit of an affiant who states that he/she is familiar with the facts recited, stating that the party named in said birth certificate is the same party as one of the owners named in said certificate of title; and that thereafter the Registrar of Titles shall treat said registered owner as having attained the age of the majority at a date 18 years after the date of birth shown by said certificate.


The key word in this whole rule: outstanding.

From Google Definitions:

Outstanding -
2. remaining to be paid, done, or dealt with.
"there was a small charge outstanding"

synonyms: to be done, undone, unattended to, unfinished, incomplete, remaining, pending, ongoing 
"how much work is still outstanding?"

unpaid, unsettled, owing, past due, owed, to be paid, payable, due, overdue, undischarged, delinquent
"outstanding debts"

antonyms: finished, paid


Do you all now see WHY the Minnesota Rule 220 must be done?

Until the Affidavit is filed with the Minnesota Registrar of Titles (we filed ours in Ramsey County), ANYONE can come along an exercise OPTION under Treasury Rule 1.674-b or 1.674-d (cf. 26 USC 674) and levy CHARGES (maritime statutory lien liquidations = Insurance Claims) against the NAME-LEDGER account (SSN) for that NAME requires CORPORATE-GOVERNMENTAL-SERVICES (supplied by VATCIAN) for that NAME and its corresponding NAME-LEDGER account (SSN) has yet to be REDEEMED (acceptance of Christ)

Thus DELIVERY is INCOMPLETE and NAME and its associated NAME-LEDGER account (SSN) is considered an outlaw; a heathen; a derelict; a pagan: Abandoned Property to which debts can be passed along to the one using the PROPERTY-INTEREST as EXECUTOR/TRUSTEE over the (A)WARD (prize/spoils of WAR (rebellion against God for the rejection of the Gift of God: Christ Consciousness) of the VATICAN-CITY-STATE.

To NOT file the affidavit is to accept the Tree of Knowledge and "Ye shall surely die": a VASSAL/VESSEL for Satan; living in sin.
~ Boris

We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims;
Resistance is futile.

If you think you can, you are correct.
If you think you can't, you are correct.
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iamsomedude
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redeem

verb
past tense: redeemed; past participle: redeemed

1. compensate for the faults or bad aspects of (something).
"a disappointing debate redeemed only by an outstanding speech"

synonyms:save, compensate for the defects of, vindicate, save, compensate for the defects of, vindicate
"the whimsical artwork redeems the book"

compensating, compensatory, extenuating, redemptive; salvific

"the critics are hard-pressed to find anything redeeming about his latest book""the whimsical artwork redeems the book"

do something that compensates for poor past performance or behavior.
"they redeemed themselves in the playoffs by pushing the Detroit Red Wings to a seventh and deciding game"

synonyms: vindicate, free from blame, absolve
"he fully redeemed himself in the next race"

(of a person) atone or make amends for (error or evil).
"the thief on the cross who by a single act redeemed a life of evil"

synonyms: atone for, make amends for, make restitution for
"you cannot redeem their sins"

save (someone) from sin, error, or evil.
"he was a sinner, redeemed by the grace of God"

synonyms: save, deliver from sin, convert
"who shall redeem these sinners?"

2. gain or regain possession of (something) in exchange for payment.
"his best suit had been redeemed from the pawnbrokers"

synonyms: retrieve, regain, recover, get back, reclaim, repossess; buy back
"Billy redeemed his drums from the pawnbrokers"

Finance
repay (a stock, bond, or other instrument) at the maturity date.
exchange (a coupon, voucher, or trading stamp) for merchandise, a discount, or money.

synonyms: exchange, give in exchange, cash in, convert, trade in
"this voucher can be redeemed at any branch"

pay the necessary money to clear (a debt).
"owners were unable to redeem their mortgages"

synonyms: fulfill or carry out (a pledge or promise).
"the party prepared to redeem the pledges of the past three years"

synonyms: fulfill, carry out, discharge, make good; keep, keep to, stick to, hold to, adhere to, abide by, honor
"he made no effort to redeem his promise"

archaic
buy the freedom of.
~ Boris

We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims;
Resistance is futile.

If you think you can, you are correct.
If you think you can't, you are correct.
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Orionstar
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Yes,

cross_purposes_Definition_in_the_Cambridge_English_Dictionary.html

cross_guarantee_Definition_in_the_Cambridge_English_Dictionary.html


Once both SIDES of the Usufruct are Aligned, then and only then do they have agreement of purpose;
however the next mental level of the Trick or Treat is to unadulterate the texture of each and every Plebicite & Referendum(declared agreement/with existing law) Port of Exchange...The signature upon any and every Implied Law Contractual agreement authorizing a Altered agreement...whether known or unknown to us from the time of Our Creation to the time of our conception and birth/berth to the time learned to open agency accounts of all kinds that baited & Switched us from the True to the False. Lets right the Ship!

1. Have we signed up to be treated as:

a. Owner of property, if so which/what type of owner...
b. Owned property, if so which/what type of property...
c. What Jurisdiction is the Owner/owner identified in agreement with or outside of...
d. What Jurisdiction is the property identified in agreement with or outside of...


Registering, Laboring, Voting, Driving, Banking, Purchasing of every kind & type...Are these not all Ports Of Exchange. One way or another we all must learn how to monetize or demonetize the proper effects through the proper placement of those effects with our signature.

The focus must not only be on freeing the property, but freeing both the Personalty(property) and the Personality(natural creature) that rightfully should wield its use.

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derek moran

...from's a Barron's law dictionary