Reply – Re: no proof of claim = no jurisdiction to exercise
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Re: no proof of claim = no jurisdiction to exercise
— by iamsomedude iamsomedude
How about something like this:

Since it appears all public monies remain sequestered for Military necessity and you failed to state what Thing was being demanded and I am not sure what "$" legally represents, but I assume you mean "dollar", and it appears the word "dollar" is defined to be a "unit of measurement" in accordance with Act of Congress in 1792, and to remain on par with your demand, please accept tender of these 6 "units of measurement" as payment; you guys still honor Acts of Congress, correct?

Does this court have proof of claim to contrary along with all the supporting facts and law relied upon?

If not, then I TRUST our business is now concluded.
~ Boris

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