Is it right that a human can not contract with a corporation

Discuss the difference between Common Law and the Statutory Acts made by the Powers that be, (PTB)

Re: Is it right that a human can not contract with a corporation

Postby pitano1 » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:02 pm

having a person/legal fiction,is not all bad.

it is their for us to enter the public side...ie to use
government benefits,such as their money..e.t.c
the person is allowed to `act` in this side of the accounting
with limited liability.
also the person is bound by the state to accept benefits and privalages,and
does not have any rights.

whereas the wo/man/flesh,and blood has unlimited liability
and is only bound by law,and consent.
and also has unalienable rights,which is why we can make our own law
through the use of affidafits.

your question about contracting,no`a human cannot contract with a
corporation.
because a corporation is in the public,and a human is in the private
but because the human is the executor he can make the decision to
`act`through the person,which brings it into the public.

`watch winston shrout vids for more info`


maxim.
the law can give rise to fictions,but fictions,cannot give rise to law.

the only way to spot the difference is to listen. :giggle:
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Re: Is it right that a human can not contract with a corporation

Postby FASEN8R » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:58 pm

I also think the definition of the term 'contract' is equivalant to 'the meeting of minds' if I remember correct.
So if thats the case then its obvious to me that due to a 'corporation' not having a 'mind' then a contract cannot be agreed to by both parties.
This is something I've recently been in a minor dispute with the Social Services.

I think i've put that across correctly.....
After all, it is that 'seasonal' time of the year when one partakes in a little 'heart warmer' :yes: :giggle:
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