Reply – Re: "a PURCHASER, can apply to the RECIPIENT of a GIFT."
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Re: "a PURCHASER, can apply to the RECIPIENT of a GIFT."
— by iamsomedude iamsomedude
Purchase also refers to a VOLUNTARY act that creates an interest in some property ...

And this is where the SURRENDER comes into play for that act completes delivery of an interest already initiated upon the registration of the birth event, thus VALUE, by way of a reciprocal interest allowing one to PURCHASE the estate held in trust ... exchange of GIFTS, thus one is considered INFIDEL if one does not ACCEPT the GIFT from GOD: CHRIST, of which is the mirror image of the Gift from God: Christ

ACCEPTANCE + SURRENDER = DELIVERY and the Grantor must be will to receive and the Grantee must be willing to deliver therefore a DELIVERY occurs in TRUST and the BC is just the product of a RESULTING-TRUST

A resulting trust is an equitable reversion that arises by operation of law whenever a person has created an express intentional trust, but the express trust fails or does not completely dispose of the trust property. When the trust fails or does not completely dispose of the trust property, the undisposed property goes back to the settlor in a resulting trust.

This is probably the MAIN reason one receives the "Bill/Charge" (liquidation of statutory maritime lien interest: DEBT/SIN) if DELIVERY is not completed. The undisposed of property (usufructuary interest) REVERTS back to the settlor (Grantor of the Interest) of whom is the Holder of BC for the mere issuance of a security is not establishment of a security entitlement thus the holder may not issue binding orders upon an intermediary (ie: Court, Treasury, Bank, etc...).


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