Tendered an instrument
Government obligations coupon which detailed the act of 1933, congressional records, intent of congress, acquittance and discharge and statute for government obligations to clerk of court. I believe said obligations and Acts support that government by full faith and credit such tender would be certified funds. The court is ignoring tender as they require "Certified funds" relying upon Fla statutes
How to get around or shoot down requirement/demand for certified funds when such instrument was not "drawn on a bank" however instrument does need to go to Treasury for payment
How can there be any "Certified Funds" when all we have is interests to trade back and forth in the form of titles and other securities. I guess if I could certify my interests that would be Certified Funds--?
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 8:11 PM From: "franc [via UNDERGROUND CANTINA]" <[hidden email]> To: "Jo King" <[hidden email]> Subject: Re: Tender
How about conditionally accepting upon proof of claim that the Fla statutes requiring "Certified funds" apply to you ?
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