Your Live Birth Record is a Deed… Record it…
I’ve been asked by many recently for what I have done so far… so here is the latest , and attached is the older… / Also a jpeg of what Your perfected deed might look like…
File name: Record Birth Certificate.mp3:
Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ajgyiuhuqnsb1jy
RobbRyder here: I attached a jpeg of the recorded deed.. formally known as the RECORD OF LIVE BIRTH… and if you down load the link to the audio you can kind of follow along … below are the definitions I mentioned in the audio, and at the bottom the reason I believe notice of the SEC of STATE, and clerk of the birth county is next…. Or is already happening… I don’t know how to track a Liber Code …but it’s on the list to do this weekend…
- } are used to represent certain type definitions or literal data values, such as a composite structure or associative array
ss. An abbreviation used in the portion of an Affidavit, Pleading, or record known as the statement of venue. The abbreviation is read as “to wit” and is intended to be a contraction of the Latin term scilicet
to wit prep. that is to say
Certify To testify: certify to the facts. 1. To make a declaration of truth or fact under oath;
Whole thereof…. Complete , of this or that…
a contraction of videlicet; to wit, that is, namely.
adv. [L. for videre licet.] To wit; namely. An abbreviation for this word is viz.
Videlicet is a contractionof Classical Latin vidēre licet, which meant “it may be seen, evidently, clearly
child n. 1) a person’s natural offspring
parent n. the lawful and natural father or mother of a person. The word does not mean grandparent or ancestor
occupation n. 1) fairly permanent trade, profession, employment, business, or means of livelihood. 2) possession of real property or use of a thing.
real property n. 1) all land, structures, firmly attached and integrated equipment (such as light fixtures or a well pump), anything growing on the land, and all “interests” in the property which may be the right to future ownership (remainder), right to occupy for a period of time (tenancy or life estate) the right to drill for oil, the right to get the property back (a reversion) if it is no longer used for its current purpose (such as use for a hospital, school or city hall), use of airspace (condominium) or an easement across another’s property. Real property should be thought of as a group of rights like a bundle of sticks which can be divided. It is distinguished from the other type of property, personal property, which is made up of movable items. 2) one of the principal areas of law like contracts, negligence, probate, family law and criminal law
Breaking down: As Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said circuit court.
testimony n. oral evidence given under oath by a witness in answer to questions posed by attorneys at trial or at a deposition (questioning under oath outside of court).
Whereof: Of what
Hereunto: To this document (defines writing “under seal”) , matter, or proposition
HAND. That part of the human body at the end of the arm.
2. Formerly the hand was considered as the symbol of good faith, and some contracts derive their names from the fact that the hand was used in making them; as handsale, (q.v.) mandatum, (q.v.) which comes from a mandata. The hand is still used for various legal or forensic purposes. When a person is accused of a crime and he is arraigned, and he is asked to hold up his right hand; and when one is sworn as a witness, he is required to lay his right hand on the Bible, or to hold it up. (he took an oath)
3. Hand is also the name of a measure of length used in ascertaining the height of horses. It is four inches long. See Measure: Ell.
4. In a figurative sense, by hand is understood a particular form of writing; as if B writes a good hand. Various kinds of hand have been used, as, the secretary hand, the Roman hand, the court hand, &c. Wills and contracts may be written in any of these, or any other which is intelligible.
Affixed pp. United at the end; annexed; attached
Seal, v. t.
1. To fasten with a seal; to attach together with a wafer or with wax; as, to seal a letter.
2. To set or affix a seal as a mark of authenticity; as, to seal a deed. Hence,
3. To confirm; to ratify; to establish.
NRS 111.315 Recording of conveyances and instruments: Notice to third persons. Every conveyance of real property, and every instrument of writing setting forth an agreement to convey any real property, or whereby any real property may be affected, proved, acknowledged and certified in the manner prescribed in this chapter, to operate as notice to third persons, shall be recorded in the office of the recorder of the county in which the real property is situated or to the extent permitted by NRS 105.010 to 105.080, inclusive, in the Office of the Secretary of State, but shall be valid and binding between the parties thereto without such record.
[24:9:1861; B § 252; BH § 2593; C § 2663; RL § 1038; NCL § 1496]—(NRS A 1995, 891)
NRS 111.320 Filing of conveyances or other instruments is notice to all persons: Effect on subsequent purchasers and mortgagees. Every such conveyance or instrument of writing, acknowledged or proved and certified, and recorded in the manner prescribed in this chapter or in NRS 105.010 to 105.080, inclusive, must from the time of filing the same with the Secretary of State or recorder for record, impart notice to all persons of the contents thereof; and subsequent purchasers and mortgagees shall be deemed to purchase and take with notice.
[25:9:1861; B § 253; BH § 2594; C § 2664; RL § 1039; NCL § 1497]—(NRS A 1995,
From this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recorded_title
Once an instrument affecting the title to real estate has been recorded, the law holds that everyone is deemed to know of its existence, even if they haven’t searched the records in the recorder’s office. This is the doctrine of “constructive notice” and it is nearly universal in the various states of the U.S. So, for example, after a deed or mortgage has been recorded by someone in the chain of title, no subsequent purchaser will be protected against it. The reason is that the recording laws deem everyone to know of its existence once it is recorded
With my current outlook on getting out from under civil law, the following well known phrases take on an entirely different meaning.. at least for myself…
All Civil law… UCC, Statute, Codes, Regulations… found anywhere in the world come directly from Canon Law… Out of the Vatican … All Civil law is organized religion law…
So the separation of church and state… is your separating from Civil Law into the law of men, common law (unwritten law of reason)…
“Record the Record of Birth”, with who ever registers Deeds and you will be born again as whole and complete as when you were first born (the child of god returns to the land)… and in the eyes of Rome, be separated from the church.. and all Civil Law…
I’ve been asked by many to help them figure out what form would be Recorded….. with the Register of Deeds ….
In Michigan … my Certificate of Live Birth …. has hospital information on it.. This is not the one to use… (in Michigan) you only have a certified copy…
What you need has a seal on it.. and mine with a seal does not have any hospital info on it…
I went on the Sec of State of Michigan website… and it looks like she will get notified by the county I recorded the deed….
All deeds of conveyance to the state of any lands, after recording at the county level, are sent to the Secretary of State for retention. These deeds are the largest record series filed in the Great Seal vault and necessitate the fireproof storage required
Notice is says state not capitalized … that is the same as a people.. man.. They are retaining a copy of your long form BC also as it was recorded in your birth state, the original kept there and a copy sent to the Sec of State…
So I recorded my deed (Live Born Record) today..
Yes I did, I recorded my Live Born Record that I got at the age of 5, that came in an envelope with only my First and Middle name on it…
I went to the County Register of Deeds , and when asked how I could be helped I asked if this was the office or record a deed… why yes it is was the answer…
So I pulled out my Live Born Record and handed it to her… she looked at it for about 5 seconds and said… “you want to record your birth certificate ?”
No, I want to record the deed,….. is not any writing under seal a deed? So she looked at it some more… eventually drifting over to the lady that must have been the County Register..
So she is looking at it… pointing her pencil at various items… and finally says… “well we have to record it… it’s under seal”… That will be 14 dollars please… Dang they don’t take a credit card… so I said I’ll be back in minute.. and as I was leaving lady1 says I guess file it under Birth Certificate..to lady number 2…
I thought about that as I went to the car… and said to myself.. well if there is a choice I want it under what it says it is… CERTIFIED COPY OF RECORD OF BIRTH and mentioned that when I came back in the office…
I was told that it will go under the heading of certificate.. (a certificate from the office of county register of deeds)… a certificate can be when done by an officer of an office done under their oath… and is in common law..
Now I have a Live Born Record with a liber number and page, and a date stamped of it entering the system, as a deed for real property … about 1:13PM… 7/01/2011…
As a deed is a conveyance or contract and it takes 3 days for contracts to cure.. with any luck I’ll be out of the system on the 4th of July… my independence day…
Or Not… but I can tell you, they will record it in the registers office even though “it’s your birth certificate”… because it is under seal…. And do it without hardly any squabble … lol… (They even made me a full page copy…I’m hanging it on my wall)
The short from BC.. or better said… CERTIFED COPY OF RECORD OF BIRTH is by definition a Deed…. “writing under seal” .. The whole page is written , then put under seal.
It is a form of indenture deed, signified by the saw tooth edges of the seal that go outside the border on your copy… this signifies that there is a corresponding part of the deed that someone else has.. .. That half I believe to be the death certificate..
A deed and will can be the same devise depending on how they are used… the short from BC only has one witness, and it takes at least 2 for a will… so if you record the BC before they record the Death Certificate you end up with a living estate (inheritance)
The Deed you agreed to as a baby is a deed poll consisting of 3 grantors.. you, mom and dad, because you have interlocking inheritances with your ancestors.. The deed agreement was never read to you, and as it happens you can ask for it to be read to you, in a language that you understand, and if any misinterpretations happen the bad is on them.. (they can never “take” your inheritance as long as you are a living man)…
The short form BC when recorded (NOT REGISTERED), in a competent court of jurisdiction (In michigan it is the circuit court of the county)… and will be a court of record… as only records, are recorded… a court of record is always common law, and only a man can use common law… and as a man, you hold the office of king, and the clerk ..is a clerk..
In michginan the same person holds the office of Clerk of the County of ……….., but there door might only say County Clerk… You will know you are in the right office if they deal with birth, and death certificates..
Once you record the deed, some magic has to happen to rub the public off of the private and leave you will lawful title over an estate of inheritance known as MR ALL CAPS… it will no longer be seen in the public… (Sec of State gets notified), as do all other 3rd party interlopers… You will have a civil death and not be seen in the Public system again, as long as you can forgive all that has happened, forgive yourself, move ahead and help your brother, not charge him…..
So here is some of what will happen in the background….. Remember everything they did to get you into this was by ceremony, of one kind or other…
(of course all this is just my opinion)
RECOVERY. A recovery, in its most extensive sense, is the restoration of a former right, by the solemn judgment of a Court of justice. 3 Murph. 169.
SOLEMNITY. The formality established by law to render a contract, agreement, or other act valid.
2. A recovery is either true or actual, or it is feigned or common. A true recovery, usually known by the name of recovery simply, is the procuring a former right by the judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction; as, for example, when judgment is given in favor of the plaintiff when he seeks to recover a thing or a right. (this is the court of record of any county… and in michigan is the circuit court of the county..)…
3. A common recovery is a judgment obtained in a fictitious suit, brought against the tenant of the freehold, in consequence of a default made by the person who is last vouched to warranty in such suit. Bac. Tracts, 148.
4. Common recoveries are considered as mere forms of conveyance or common assurances; although a common recovery is a fictitious suit, yet the same mode of proceeding must be pursued, and all the forms strictly adhered to, which are necessary to be observed in an adversary suit.
1. An opponent; an enemy.
2. Adversary The Devil; Satan. Often used with the.
The first thing therefore necessary to be done in suffering a common recovery is, that the person who is to be the demandant, and to whom the lands are to be adjudged, would sue out a writ or praecipe against the tenant of the freehold; whence such tenant is usually called the tenant to the praecipe. In obedience to this writ the tenant appears in court either in person or by his attorney; but, instead of defending the title to the land himself, he calls on some other person, who upon the original purchase is supposed to have warranted the title, and prays that the person may be called in to defend the title which he warranted, or otherwise to give the tenant lands of equal value to those he shall lose by the defect of his warranty.
Definition of DEMANDANT archaic : the plaintiff in a real action one who makes a demand or claim
REAL. A term which is applied to land in its most enlarged signification
This is called the voucher vocatia, or calling to warranty. The person thus called to warrant, who is usually called the vouchee, appears in court, is impleaded, and enters into the warranty by which means he takes upon himself the defence of the land. The defendant desires leave of the court to imparl, or confer with the vouchee in private, which is granted of course. Soon after the demand and returns into court, but the vouchee disappears or makes default, in consequence of which it is presumed by the court, that he has no title to the lands demanded in the writ, and therefore cannot defend them; whereupon judgment is given for the demandant, now called the recoverer, to recover the lands in question against the tenant, and for the tenant to recover against the vouchee, lands of equal value in recom-pense for those so warranted by him, and now lost by his default.
This is called the recompense of recovery in value; but as it is, customary for the crier of the court to act, who is hence called the common vouchee, the tenant can only have a nominal, and not a real recompense, for the land thus recovered against him by the demandant. A writ of habere facias is then sued out, directed to the sheriff of the county in which the lands thus recovered are situated; and, on the execution and return of the writ, the recovery is completed. The recovery here described is with single voucher; but a recovery may, and is frequently suffered with double, treble, or further voucher, as the exigency of the case may require, in which case there are several judgments against the several vouchees.
5. Common recoveries were invented by the ecclesiastics in order to evade the statute of mortmain by which they were prohibited from purchasing or re-ceiving under the pretence of a free gift, any land or tenements whatever. They have been used in some states for the purpose of breaking the entail of estates. Vide, generally, Cruise, Digest, tit. 36; 2 Saund. 42, n. 7; 4 Kent, Com. 487; Pigot on Common Recoveries, passim.
6. All the learning in relation to common recoveries is nearly obsolete, as they are out of use. Rey, a French writer, in hiswork, Des Institutions Judicaire del’Angleterre, tom. ii. p. 221, points out what appears to him the absurdity of a common recovery. As to common recoveries, see 9 S. & R . 330; 3 S. & R. 435; 1 Yeates, 244; 4 Yeates, 413; 1 Whart. 139, 151; 2 Rawle, 168; 2 Halst. 47; 5 Mass. 438; 6 Mass. 328; 8 Mass. 34; 3 Harr. & John. 292; 6 P. S. R. 45,