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CERTIFICATE OF NON RESPONSE

PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:40 pm
by free_spirit
Hi all

I sent my notarised NOUICOR to GORDON BROWN at the end of last year. Being in no rush I checked several
times over the last few months with my Notary's secretary for any reply. There has been none so it remains unrebutted and therefore in force.

I have a meeting with the Notary next week to organise a certificate of no response. My Notary is a little bit maverick which is good, he was
quite interested in the NOUICOR.

My question is this, what do I put in the certificate of no response?

Should it read something like this?

I Mr Notary Public Certify that On (insert date) a Notice Of Understanding Intent And Claim Of Right was lawfully served by (insert sovereigns name)
The interested person/s failed to respond. The intentions stated and claims of right made by the Sovereign and Freeman On The Land (insert sovereigns name)now stand
as truth in law. Any and all persons/legal entities attempting to interfere or impede upon the rights of the aforementioned Sovereign Freeman On The Land (insert Sovereigns name) will be held fully liable and subject to the penalties outlined in the Notice Of Understanding Intent And Claim Of Right.

Thoughts and help appreciated.

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 6:12 pm
by huntingross
Seems ok to me.

Is it "truth in law" or "truth at law" ??

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 7:46 pm
by free_spirit
Good question, what about by law?

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 7:57 pm
by huntingross
Maybe "truth" is sufficient....it reads ok that way....less is more ?

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:56 pm
by Jim
How about "truth and law by the agreement of the parties"

Get the Trust terminology in there. I believe the other crucial elements are the intent and purpose of the trust and the property to be entrusted. If IT'S ALL A TRUST then what does that say about your NOUICORs, Affidavits, A4V'd Bills, parking tickets, birth certificates, angry emails, promissory notes and Notices of Extreme Cuntishness? To me it says they're all COVENANTS

Good certificate of no response btw. Maverick notaries FTW and all that :grin:

:peace:

J

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:20 pm
by emerald city
Hi: if the Nuricourt was time sensitive, would the Certif. of non response be necessary at all !!!
The fact that it was not rebutted (in writing) surely means your law is in place.

Any comments anyone.
Mine has not been rebutted in any way, but would my Notary contact me if it was, !! must check that. Not heard anything, from anyone.

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NO RESPONSE

PostPosted: Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:27 pm
by huntingross
It's purpose as I understand it is to complete the process, otherwise everyone could assume or wonder all sorts of scenarios.

The notary I have used would not act as an acceptor, its not a function she recognises as scottish.....I suggested that if I did an affidavit of service to that effect and got that notarised, how would that sit with her.....no problem....excellent.

Re: CERTIFICATE OF NON RESPONSE

PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:08 pm
by free_spirit
This has now been fully notarised with the raised seal and official notary stamp.
Certificate of Non Response and Lawful Excuse Edited.doc