The cLPT is the perfect vehicle for estate management and asset protection.
Introduction to the common Law Pure Trust (cLPT)
The importance of this concept remains that governments were originally created by the latter (a common Law Pure Trust), but after many generations common people have forgotten this fact. When remembering, as we have done today, and seeing that the created government(s) always “get out-of-hand,” one needs to protect themselves from legalised tyranny. Hence, the richest families (Polity) i.e., von Bauer-Rothschild, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Brown-Harriman, von Warburg (twelve in all) et al., created their Pure Trust provisions (“PTp”) and refined them.
The said provisions of the cLPT are available to you, via our Sovereignty Certification and Estate Management package.
The cLPT protects one’s estate, land and assets from any government intervention. By positioning your estate, land and assets properly, you manage and control them, but never own them. This language is very critical for proper control. Simply, if one owns land and assets, they owe taxes, duties, and allegiance to the managers or controllers. If one positions themselves as the latter (i.e., held in a common Law Pure Trust) they are then the controllers and managers and thus become both ‘licence’ and ‘tax’ exempt. It is that simple; the sole way of re-positioning oneself is through a cLPT. If one has any questions, please contact your trust representative at FRRf. In the present environment the governments, businesses, and non-enacted sovereigns are having no authority to act against living men and women, whilst operating under the international bankruptcy. Therefore, the plaintiff of any so-called claim (in the courts or otherwise) is not revealing that they act for one of the Polity (12 richest families and their top twelve banks) and they violate Uniform Commercial code (UCc) §1-308 in the process. Full disclosure remains the precedent and if none exists it is challengeable under the UCc bankruptcy laws of §1-308, “A party with explicit reservation of privileges, performs, promises, and/or assents unto performance offered and/or demanded by the other party does not prejudice the privileges reserved” (very important to memorise this citation). In other words, the defendant is putting the plaintiff on notice that the former is aware of the law and counterclaiming or crossclaiming (countersuing or crosssuing) and/or making a redress of grievance under two counts of violating the UCc regarding that the plaintiff has (1) no authority to operate or act whilst operating in bankruptcy and (2) not revealing who the original or primary plaintiff is. In other words, the world of commonwealth and corporate governments has been under bankruptcy since the 1930 Geneva Convention.
The common Law Pure Trust originated just after the middle ages in the 12th century with King Henry II Plantagenet. The Catholic Church, before this time, had control of most land and assets. Once Henry finagled some away, he established the cLPT with his new partner Lord Bauer, the progenitor of the present-day Bauer-Rothschild family, the richest of the twelve (+1) polity or rich bank trading families. The cLPT provisions (the written rules [principia] of the trust) have had one hundred and four (104) revisions. The last three have been revised by a former Bauer-Rothschild attorney, Baron von Brauchitsch Bauer-Rothschild. The Rev. CIV is the one available with FRRf.
King Henry and Lord Bauer made the first fidelity ceremony as explained in Art. I of Rev. CIV provisions in circa 12th century providing the cLPT creation and execution. The concept of the cLPT has been intact since that time.
Pure Trust certificate (PTc)
Moreover, the fidelity ceremony has created a misnomer that the cLPT is tied to marriage between a man and woman somehow. The misconstruances remains that the cLPT is about contract marriage not a marriage contract. A contract marriage means that two people come together in tryst (original definition had no romantic connotations) or meeting of two-minds and exchange of agreement vows in the form of a Pure Trust certificate (PTc)(trust, derived from the word “tryst”). The PTc simply verified or proved the fidelity ceremony occurred. Hence, once this extremely important tryst took place, the trust was executed after the two parties signed the trust certificate and the addenda acknowledgements. Originally, only the PTc was signed, but later the polity deemed more explanation and signing was necessary for execution, carrying-out, initiating, effecting, starting, etc., the trust.
Thus, this introduction will also give a cursory instruction in execution of the trust. The “cursory” factor means that when one receives their trust, they only need to sign certain documents to execute it. Some other signatures will already have been done, so the managing Director (mD) need not be concerned with so many details. However, one should know as much as possible about their trust, but the mD should appreciate that the present revisionist-author has taken many years to become proficient in this work.
Special Deed of Trust
This Instrument is set-out for the purpose of gleaning the intent, subject matter and parties in reference to the privately held cLPT. Within the Special Deed of Trust, the Exchangor/Grantor’s complete commercial-estate is expressed as a holding of the cLPT.
Upon the Exchangor/Grantor becoming self-realised, primarily as an ordained sovereign individual, he/she can now express a Trust Declaration as a special purpose vehicle for protecting their estate and their birthright, sovereignty and nobility.
Parties to the cLPT
Creator: The party who creates the Pure Trust Instruments;
Pure Trust certificate (PTc)
Pure Trust provisions (PTp)
Declaration of a common Law Pure Trust Contract (DcLPTC)
Exchangor/Grantor (E/G): The party who grants assets to the Pure Trust in exchange for the Pure Trust Provisions and Instruments;
First Trustee (and subsequent Trustees): Holds the List of Assets and all Trust instruments of the Trust corpus (res);
managing Directors (mD): appointed/elected by the Board of Trustees (BoT) to carry out duties under the provisions of the Trust.
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