I don’t know what you would do, but I know what I am going to do with this most recent “offer” from government. I am going to let them know that there has been a mistake, and remove some presumptions that they may have had. If you do not rebut any presumptions made then they… Continue reading What should “YOU” do when you get an offer from Government? Send a ‘Notice of Mistake’!
By Neil Rowe P.A.G.; Professor of Law No, I’m not going into to traffic court and arguing illegitimate corporate government, or any of the other varied long winded arguments people and persons propose. Just not interested in approaching it that way for reasons of my own. What follows is my standard template for transportation code… Continue reading SIMPLE DRIVING OR TRANSPORTATION CODE OFFENSE ANSWER AND RESPONSE
A contract is a legal document that binds at least two parties to one another and requires them to meet certain obligations detailed in the contract. In some instances, contract termination can occur that will make the contract void of legal binding. Only the parties involved in the agreement may terminate a contract. Impossibility of… Continue reading 5 Ways to terminate a contract
Holy cow my friend handled these guys with a quickness! I am pretty sure that he broke a record.
My (very interesting) conversation with a couple of Washington County District Attorneys Last week when my sister was being held illegally against her will, I went and handed out free copies of my new book Freedom from Government; How to Reclaim Your Power around the courthouse and jail area. I had nice pleasant conversations with… Continue reading You too can make the District Attorney speechless in under 4 questions!
HOW TO DO A PROPER REFUSAL FOR CAUSE (DISPEL CONTRACTUAL ACCEPTANCE PRESUMPTION) This is quite the complex process, simple though it is, simply because one needs to have irrefutable proof that any presentment has been properly refused within the timeframe permitted for Refusal for Cause (aka R4C) – generally within 72 hours. The law behind… Continue reading HOW TO DO A PROPER REFUSAL FOR CAUSE