– Re: Multiple Judgments & just got served again.
In Reply To
The reason for this is that you have a mixed jurisdiction regarding the company and yourself, therefore, you need to adapt the CR(tm) to your situation and this is the beauty behind the CR(tm) "process" ... It is highly adaptable.
all you are doing is by way of accommodation for the US Person; at arm's length transaction, as the Foreign Beneficiary of the Republic to ensure the Trust is protected and since you are moving in pure equity, the statutory-equity of the judgments become inferior and the AFV/RFV is just a transfer of the "Deferred Income Tax Asset" to the Claimant with the Corporation and NAME acting as the Transfer Agent and now the Plaintiffs have everything they need to "get paid": A) tax credit towards income tax or B) tax refund.
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.
In this case, you can always do the CR(tm) "process" against the judgements. Do one at a time. When you are done, you can then file with the court seeking motion to remove/dismiss and those "accounts" are still open for negotiation.