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— by Tim Short Tim Short
Thank you for your contribution Boris,

Relative: In an adjective sense [giving more information about the object signified NAME], having relation or connection with some other person or thing; as relative rights, relative powers. - Bouvier

I admire the point of view of how things relate to each other and the relative significance placed on definitions to the whole. I found that difficult and important decisions must be made for me to perceive things in their actual interrelations and comparative importance. For example, "Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap."

The first claim to respect is in praise of His complete certainty, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you." That difficult important decision must be made.

I pray you, your thought point for point in comparative analysis with what you have thus far accomplished?

1. Appellation: A general term introduces and specifies a particular term used in addressing, greeting, calling out for, and making appeals of a living breathing man and/or woman living on the land.

2. Hereditaments: Anything substantial physical objects permanent land to lie in livery in contemplation of law affiliated with not limited to chattel interests by grant, privatization and foundations.

3. Creditor: A Private Estate Depositor Clients name, depositor's signature, endorsements having ownership of contracts.

4. Ens legis: A creature of the law; an artificial being, as contrasted with a natural person, such as a corporation, considered as deriving its existence entirely from the law.

5. Juristic person: An abstract legal entity ens legis corporation; created by construct of law, considered as an organization and association for purposes of banking, judicial and administrative court proceedings an imaginary entity, for the sole benefit of the corporate government, as differentiated from live living men and woman by birth right; while conducting various livelihood activities; upon basis of simple reasoning.

6. Privatization: To own and privatize all birth rights, certificated instruments, identifying account numbers, purchases, education, licenses and livelihood; while bringing to light; any and all non disclosed hidden contracts in the light most favorable to depositor by good faith as an non obstante decree.

7. Client means: Including but not limited to, any and all variations and derivatives in the spelling of said name except the true First Middle and Last Name Spelled using Upper and Lower Case Letters.

8. Conduit means: Transmitting and distributing energy and affects producing labor such as goods or services of client.

9. Hypotheca: Is a pledge or mortgage of lands or goods remaining in the possession of depositor by either express or implied privatization contract.

10. Non obstante: The term non-obstante means words anciently used in public and private documents with intent of precluding in advance any interpretation other than certain declared objects and purposes.

11. Pignus: An express or implied pledge or contract by delivery of privatization documents as security for accounts payable and accounts receivables.

12. Bailee: A corporate person who receives personal property from another as bailment.

13. Bailment: A delivery of personal property by one individual bailor to another bailee who holds the property for a certain purpose under an express or implied-in-fact contract.

14. Bailor: An entity who delivers personal property to another as bailment.

15. Depositor: The client as private depositor via legal tender, international bills of exchange, bond[s], notes and all other security instruments received by depositor and others.

16. Derivative: Coming from another; taken from something preceding secondary; that which has not the origin in itself, but obtains existence from something foregoing and a fundamental nature; anything derived from another.

17. Res: The subject matter of forming objects, rights and trust status as owner of chattel papers; by not limited to; implied and/or express privatized contracts; by not limited to; individual certificates of live birth contracts thru numerous international and domestic Bureaus of Vital Statistics certificated chattel papers.

18. Estate Executor: An individual owning all terms and claims of public and private identifications with standing, with highest title and ownership of all other items, personal and real property.

19. Balance Book Adjustment: An accounting to balance ledger sheets for debits and credits by accounts payable and accounts receivables in order to balance account ledgering books.

20. Certificates of Live Birth: Bureaus of Vital Statistics form birth certificates of title known as chattel paper creating the first ever corporate person, ens legis, strawman, juristic person and other corporation government fictions, a third party front, a dummy; reflecting the certificate of title causing contracts; certificates of live births are evidence of both monetary obligations and security interests; coupled with security agreements; thus transactions are evidence by these series of instruments, this group of writings taken together constitutes chattel paper not limited to U.C.C. § 9-105(1) (b).

21. Contract: All law is corporate commercial contract under commerce. An agreement entered into, for adequate consideration, to do, or refrain from doing, a particular thing. The Uniform Commercial Code defines a contract as the total legal obligation resulting from the parties' agreement. In addition to adequate consideration, the transaction must involve an undertaking that is legal to perform, and there must be a mutuality agreement and obligation between at least two competent parties. See Ballantine's law dictionary page 107. Contract is also defined as: An agreement between two or more persons which creates an obligation to do or not to do a particular thing. As defined in Restatement, Second, Contracts § 3: "A contract is a promise or a set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognizes as a duty." A legal relationship consisting of rights and duties of the contracting parties; a promise or set of promises constituting an agreement between the parties that gives each a legal duty to the other and also the right to seek a remedy for the breach of those duties. Its essentials are competent parties, subject matter, a legal consideration, mutuality of agreement, and mutuality of obligation;' See Black's Law Dictionary Sixth Edition Page 322.

22. Contract: Is valuable consideration, stipulation and legal tender exchange by; not limited to; the United States Postal Union Certified and Registered Contract Account Numbers and by full disclosure herein.