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Certified mail Article Number: Common Law Trust Secured Party/Private Capacity General Administrator Public Notice/Public Record

Nemo est snpra leges defined: No one is above the law. Lofft, 142. Nemo alieno nomine lege age re potest defined: No one can sue in the name of another. Dig. 50, 17, 12a Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal; Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent Prior tempore potior jure Iprayr tempriy powsh(iy)er juriyI defined: He who is first in time is preferred in right. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1194) Privacy laws defined: Those federal and state statutes which prohibit an invasion of a person's right to be left alone (e.g. to not be photographed in private), and also restrict access to personal information (e.g. income tax returns, credit reports); and overhearing of private communications (e.g. electronic surveillance). Some provide for equitable relief in the form of injunction to prevent the invasion of privacy while others specifically call for money damages and some provide for both legal and equitable protection. See e.g. Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C.A. 1681n-p). See also Privacy, right of. The federal Privacy Act (5 U.S.C.A. 552a) provides for making known to the public the existence and characteristics of all personal information systems kept by every Federal agency. The Act permits an individual to have access to records containing personal information on that individual and allows the individual to control the transfer of that information to other Federal agencies for nonroutine uses. The Act also requires all Federal agencies to keep accurate accountings of transfers of personal records to other agencies and outsiders, and to make the accountings available to the individual. The Act further provides for civil remedies for the individual whose records are kept or used in contravention of the requirements of the Act. Breach of privacy is knowingly and without lawful authority: (a) Intercepting, without the consent of the sender or receiver, a message by telephone, telegraph, letter or other means of private communications; or (b) Divulging, without the consent of the sender or receiver, the existence or contents of such message if such person knows that the message was illegally intercepted, or if he illegally learned of the message in the course of employment with an agency in transmitting it. Kansas Criminal Code 21-4002. See Eavesdropping; Wiretapping. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1195) Privacy, right of defined: The right to be let alone; the right of a person to be free from unwarranted publicity; and right to live without unwarranted interference by the public in matters with which the public is not necessarily concerned. Term "right of privacy" is generic term encompassing various rights recognized to be inherent in concept of ordered liberty, and such right prevents governmental interference in intimate personal relation ships or activities, freedoms of individual to make fundamental choices involving himself, his family, and his relationship with others. Industrial Foundation of the South v. Texas Indus. Acc. Bd., Tex., 540 S.W.2d 668, 679. The right of an individual (or corporation) to withhold himself and his property from public scrutiny, if he so chooses. It is said to exist only so far as its assertion is consistent with law or public policy, and in a proper case equity will interfere, if there is no remedy at law, to prevent an injury threatened by the invasion of, or infringement upon, this right from motives of curiosity, gain or malice. Federal Trade Commission v. American Tobacco Co., 264 U.S. 298, 44 S.Ct. 336, 68 L.Ed. 696. While there is no right of privacy found in any specific guarantees of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has recognized that zones of privacy may be created by more specific constitutional guarantees and thereby impose limits upon governmental power. Paul v. Davis, 424 U.S. 693, 712, 96 S.Ct. 1155, 1166, 47 L.Ed.2d 405; Whalen v. Roe, 429 U.S. 589, 97 S.Ct. 869, 51 L.Ed.2d 64. See also Warren and Brandeis, The Right to Privacy, 4 Harv.L.Rev. 193. Tort actions for invasion of privacy fall into four general classes: Appropriation, consisting of appropriation, for the defendant's benefit or advantage, of the plaintiffs name or likeness, Carlisle v. Fawcett Publications, 201 Cal.App.2d 733, 20 Cal.Rptr. 405; Intrusion, consisting of intrusion upon the plaintiffs solitude or seclusion, as by invading his home (Ford Motor Co. v. Williams, 108 Ga.App. 21, 132 S.E.2d 206), eavesdropping (LaCrone v. Ohio Bell Tel. Co., 114 Ohio App. 299, 182 N.E.2d 15, 19 0.0.2d

Certified mail Article Number: 236); as well as persistent and unwanted telephone calls (Housh v. Peth, 165 Ohio St. 35, 133 N.E.2d 340, 59 0.0. 60); Public disclosure of private facts, consisting of a cause of action in publicity, of a highly objectionable kind, given to private information about the plaintiff, even though it is true and no action would lie for defamation, Melvin v. Reid, 112 Cal.App. 285, 297 P. 91; False light in the public eye, consisting of publicity which places the plaintiff in. a false light in the public eye, Norman v. City of Las Vegas, 64 Nev. 38, 177 P.2d 442. See also False light privacy; Invasion of privacy. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1195) Private defined: Affecting or belonging to private individuals, as distinct from the public generally. Not official; not clothed with office. People v. Powell, 280 Mich. 699, 274 N.W. 372, 373. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1195) As to private Act; Agent; Bill; Boundary; Business; Carrier; Chapel; Corporation; Detective; Dwelling; Easement; Examination; Ferry; Nuisance; Pond; Property; Prosecutor; Rights; Road; Sale; School; Seal; Statute; Stream; Trust; Water; War; Way; Wharf; and Wrong, see those titles. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1195) Private person defined: Term sometimes used to refer to persons other than those holding public office or in military services. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1194) Privatio prresupponit habitum. Ipr;;)veysh(iy)ow priys;;)pown;;)t hreb;;)t;;) m defined: A deprivation presupposes a possession. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1196) Privatis pactionibus non dubium. est non lredi jus creterorum. Ipr;;)veyt;;)s prekshiyown;;)b;;)s non d(y)uwbiy;;)m est non liyday js set;;)ror;;) defined: There is no doubt that the rights of others [third parties] cannot be prejudiced by private agreements. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1196) Privatorum. conventio juri publico non derogate prayv;;)tor;;)m k;;)nvensh(iy)ow juray pbl;;)kow non der;;)g;;) defined: The agreement of private individuals does not derogate from the public right [law]. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1196) Privies priviyz defined: Those who are partakers or have an interest in any action or thing, or any relation to another. Brown v. Fidelity Union Trust Co., 126 N.J.Eq. 406, 9 A.2d 311, 326; Hamelik v. Sypek, 152 Misc. 799, 274 N.Y.S. 875. They are of six kinds: (1) Privies of blood; such as the heir to his ancestor. (2) Privies in representation; as executors or administrators to their deceased testator or intestate. (3) Privies in estate; as grantor and grantee, lessor and lessee, assignor and assignee, etc. (4) Privies in respect to contract. (5) Privies in respect of estate and contract; as where the lessee assigns his interest, but the contract between lessor and lessee continues, the lessor not having accepted of the assignee. (6) Privies in law; as the lord by escheat, a tenant by the curtesy, or in dower, the incumbent of a benefice, a husband suing or defending in right of his wife, etc. "Privies," in the sense that they are bound by the judgment, are those who acquired an interest in the subject-matter after the rendition of the judgment. "Privies" to a judgment are those whose succession to the rights of property affected occurs after the institution of the suit and form a party to it. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1196) Private nuisance defined: A private nuisance is generally any thing that by its continuous use or existence works annoyance, harm, unreasonable interference, inconvenience or damage to another landowner in the enjoyment of his property. Robie v. Lillis, 112 N.H. 492, 299 A.2d 155, 158. A nuisnce affecting a single individual or definite small number of persons in enjoyment of pri vate rights not common to the public. Spur Industries, Inc. v. Del E. Webb Development Co., 108 Ariz. 178, 494 P.2d 700, 705. It is only a tort, and the remedy therefor lies exclusively with the individual whose rights have been disturbed. Philadelphia Elec. Co. v. Hercules, Inc., C.A.Pa., 762 F.2d 303, 315. See also Nuisance. Compare Public nuisance. Priority defined: Precedence, going before. A legal preference or precedence. The relative ranking of competing claims to the same property. When two persons have similar rights in respect of the same subject-matter, but one is entitled to exercise his right to the exclusion of the other, he is said to have priority. The order in which claims may be satisfied out of the sale of real property or other assets (see e.g.

Certified mail Article Number: Mortgage (First mortgage). See also Preferential debts. In bankruptcy, refers to secured claims that by statute receive more favorable treatment than other unsecured claims. In a Bankruptcy Code Chapter 7 distribution, priority claims must be paid first. In a Chapter 11 plan, priority claims must be paid in full. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 11931194) Priority of liens defined: Liens are ranked in the order in which they are perfected and those which are perfected first are said to be priority liens. For priority of security interests, see U.C.C. 9-301 et seq. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1194) Prior Petens prayer pedenz defined: The person first applying. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1194) Whereas defined pursuant to: Illinois Uniform Commercial Code; Whereas defined pursuant to; Debtor disposing of collateral and failing to pay secured party amount due under security agreement; penalties for violation. (1) It is unlawful for a debtor under the terms of a security agreement (a) who has no right of sale or other disposition of the collateral or (b) who has a right of sale or other disposition of the collateral and is to account to the secured party for the proceeds of any sale or other disposition of the collateral, to sell or otherwise dispose of the collateral and willfully and wrongfully to fail to pay the secured party the amount of said proceeds due under the security agreement. Failure to pay such proceeds to the secured party within 10 days after the sale or other disposition of the collateral is prima facie evidence of a willful and wanton failure to pay. (2) An individual convicted of a violation of this Section shall be guilty of a Class 3 felony. (3) A corporation convicted of a violation of this Section shall be guilty of a business offense and shall be fined not less than $2,000 nor more than $10,000. (4) In the event the debtor under the terms of a security agreement is a corporation or a partnership, any officer, director, manager, or managerial agent of the debtor who violates this Section or causes the debtor to violate this Section shall be guilty of a Class 3 felony. (Source: P.A. 91-893, eff. 7-1-01.) Whereas defined pursuant to; Disposal of collateral by debtor to persons other than those previously disclosed to secured party - penalties for violation - defense. (1) Where, pursuant to Section 9-205.1, a secured party has required that before the debtor sells or otherwise disposes of collateral in the debtor's possession he disclose to the secured party the persons to whom he desires to sell or otherwise dispose of such collateral, it is unlawful for the debtor to sell or otherwise dispose of the collateral to a person other than a person so disclosed to the secured party. (2) An individual convicted of a violation of this Section shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (3) A corporation convicted of a violation of this Section shall be guilty of a business offense and shall be fined not less than $2,000 nor more than $10,000. (4) In the event the debtor under the terms of a security agreement is a corporation or a partnership, any officer, director, manager, or managerial agent of the debtor who violates this Section or causes the debtor to violate this Section shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. (5) It is an affirmative defense to a prosecution for the violation of this Section that the debtor has paid to the secured party the proceeds from the sale or other disposition of the collateral within 10 days after such sale or disposition. (Source: P.A. 91-893, eff. 7-1-01; 92-16, eff. 6-28-01.) Whereas defined pursuant to; Collection and enforcement by secured party. (a) Collection and enforcement generally. If so agreed, and in any event after default, a secured party: (1) may notify an account debtor or other person obligated on collateral to make payment or otherwise render performance to or for the benefit of the secured party; (2) may take any proceeds to which the secured party is entitled under Section 9-315; (3) may enforce the obligations of an account debtor or other person obligated on collateral and exercise the rights of the debtor with respect to the obligation of the account debtor or other person obligated on collateral to make payment or otherwise render performance to the debtor, and with respect to any property that secures the obligations of the account debtor or other person obligated on the collateral; (4) if it holds a security interest in a deposit account perfected by control under Section 9-104(a)(1), may apply the balance of the deposit account to the obligation secured by the deposit account; and (5) if it holds a security interest in a deposit account perfected by control under Section 9-104(a)(2) or (3), may instruct the bank to pay the balance of the deposit account to or for the benefit of the secured party. (b) Nonjudicial enforcement of mortgage. If necessary to enable a secured party to exercise under subsection (a)(3) the right of a debtor to

Certified mail Article Number: enforce a mortgage nonjudicially, the secured party may record in the office in which a record of the mortgage is recorded: (1) a copy of the security agreement that creates or provides for a security interest in the obligation secured by the mortgage; and (2) the secured party's sworn affidavit in recordable form stating that: (A) a default has occurred; and (B) the secured party is entitled to enforce the mortgage nonjudicially. (c) Commercially reasonable collection and enforcement. A secured party shall proceed in a commercially reasonable manner if the secured party: (1) undertakes to collect from or enforce an obligation of an account debtor or other person obligated on collateral; and (2) is entitled to charge back uncollected collateral or otherwise to full or limited recourse against the debtor or a secondary obligor. (d) Expenses of collection and enforcement. A secured party may deduct from the collections made pursuant to subsection (c) reasonable expenses of collection and enforcement, including reasonable attorney's fees and legal expenses incurred by the secured party. Whereas defined pursuant to; Secured party's right to take possession after default. (a) Possession; rendering equipment unusable; disposition on debtor's premises. After default, a secured party: (1) may take possession of the collateral; and (2) without removal, may render equipment unusable and dispose of collateral on a debtor's premises under Section 9-610. (b) Judicial and nonjudicial process. A secured party may proceed under subsection (a): (1) pursuant to judicial process; or (2) without judicial process, if it proceeds without breach of the peace. (c) Assembly of collateral. If so agreed, and in any event after default, a secured party may require the debtor to assemble the collateral and make it available to the secured party at a place to be designated by the secured party which is reasonably convenient to both parties. (Source: P.A. 91-893, eff. 7-1-01.) Whereas defined pursuant to: Obligation of good faith. Every contract or duty within the Uniform Commercial Code imposes an obligation of good faith in its performance and enforcement. (Source: P.A. 95-895, eff. 1-1-09.) Administrator defined: In the civil law. A manager or conductor of affairs, especially the affairs of another, in his name or behalf. A manager of public affairs in behalf of others. Calvin. A public officer, ruler, or governor. Nov. 95, gl. ; Cod. 12, 8. Domestic administrator. One appointed at the place of the domicile of the decedent; distinguished from a foreign or an ancillary administrator. Foreign administrator. One appointed or qualified under the laws of a foreign state or country, where the decedent was domiciled. AUTHENTIC ACT defined: In the civil law. An act which has been executed before a notary or other public officer authorized to execute such functions, or which is testified by a public seal, or has been rendered public by the authority of a competent magistrate, or which Is certified as being a copy of a public register. Nov. 73, c. 2; Cod. 7, 52, 0, 4, 21 ; Dig. 22, 4. The authentic act, as relates to contracts, is that which has been executed before a notary public or other officer authorized to execute such functions, in presence of two witnesses, free, male, and aged at least fourteen years, or of three witnesses, If the party be blind. If the party does not know how to sign, the notary must cause him to affix his mark to the Instrument. All prods verbals of sales of succession property, signed by the sheriff or other person making the same, by the purchaser and two witnesses, are authentic acts. Civil Code La. art. 2234. AUTHENTICATION defined: In the law of evidence. The act or mode of giving authority or legal authenticity to a statute, record, or other written instrument, or a certified copy thereof, so as to render It legally admissible in evidence. Mayfleld v. Sears, 133 Ind. 86, 32 N. E. 816 ; Hartley v. Ferrell, 9 Fla. 380; In re Fowler (C. C.) 4 Fed. 303. An attestation made by a proper officer by which he certifies that a record is in due form of law, and that the person who certifies It is the officer appointed so to do. AUTHORITY defined: In contracts. The lawful delegation of power by one person to an other. In the English law relating to public administration, an authority is a body having jurisdiction in certain matters of a public nature. In governmental law. Legal power; a right to command or to act; the right and power of public officers to require obedience to their orders lawfully issued in the scope of their public duties. Authority to execute a deed must be given by deed. Com. Dig. "Attorney," C, 5; 4 Term, 313; 7 Term, 207; 1 Holt, 141; Blood v. Goodrich, 9 Wend. (N. Y.) 68, 75, 24 Am. Dec. 121; Banorgee v. Hovey, 5 Mass. 11, 4 Am. Dec. 17; Cooper v. Rankin, 5 Bin. (Pa.) 613. Delegata potestas non potest delegari is a Latin phrase which states that no delegated powers can be further delegated. It is also known as delegatus non potest delegare which means one to whom power is delegated cannot himself further delegate that power. One who has the power or authority from another to

Certified mail Article Number: do an act must do it himself/herself as this is a trust or confidence reposed in that person personally. It cannot be assigned to stranger whose ability and intergrity might not be known to the principal. Delegata potestas non potest delegari was first cited by the Supreme Court of the United States in United States v. Sav. Bank, 104 U.S. 728 (1881). In this case, it was argued that the duty imposed by statute on the commissioner cannot be delegated to a collector. Delegata potestas non potest delegari is also mentioned in the catholic canon law, title XIII. Whereas defined pursuant to; Supreme Court Annotated Statute: Edwards v. Kearzey U.S. Supreme Court. 6 Otto 795. Assume that Congress by attempted enactment would pass a law authorizing a State to deprive a person of Life, Liberty or property without due process of law. It would obviously be unconstitutional. The same is true of any other provision set out. Any attempt by Congress or the Executive or the Judiciary to authorize any State to invade any of the prohibitions is void. Sui Juris In my Private Capacity as Administrator of Cestui Que Trust, facts contained herein are true, correct, complete, and not misleading, to the best of my personal first hand knowledge and belief. Being of sound mind, competent, over the age of 18. This my free will, voluntary act and deed to make, execute, seal, acknowledge and deliver under my hand and seal to record now for and in the public record Formally Accept and Consummate required Oaths/ Oaths of Office, Constitutions as by-laws and Malfeasance Bond, and place you in the Private, (Blacks Law 6th Ed.) all are without excuse. Public notice for successor and assigns, d/b/a/: the U.S., all Enclaves, Insular Possessions, Territories, together with all Cities, Municipalities, Counties, Townships, etc, all sundry employees, agents, and all a/k/a: PUBLIC SERVANTs (trustees) commencing this SelfExecuting binding Contract as you being my public servant Fully Personally Liable Now for injury and violation or all rights, to protect me and all my Un-a-lien-able Rights private and public secured by the Constitutions. Whereas defined pursuant to Rights includes remedies. Whereas pursuant to; Supreme Court Annotated Statue" [The state citizen is immune from any and all government attacks and procedure. see, Dred Scott vs. Sanford. 60 U.S. (19 How.) 393 or as the Supreme Court has stated clearly, "...every man is independent of all laws, except those prescribed by nature. He is not bound by any institutions formed by his fellowmen without his consent." CRUDEN vs. NEALE, 2 N.C. 338 2 S.E. 70.] Notice to agents is notice to principles; Notice to principles is Notice to Agents This my free will, voluntary act and deed to make, execute, seal, acknowledge and deliver under my hand and seal reserving all rights without prejudice; By:______________________________________________ Sui Juris known as; John of the genealogy of Doe Bailor for JOHN DOE Bailee _______________________________________________ Jane, Roe Third Party Witness "Sealed and delivered in the presence of us." STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS: COUNTY OF COOK ) CERTIFICATE OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT On this date the individual named above, in his/her stated capacity, personally appeared before me to execute this acknowledgement that this instrument was signed, sealed, and delivered as their free will, voluntary act and deed to make, execute, seal, acknowledge and deliver under their hand and seal verified and authenticated for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. _____________________ DATE AFFIX NOTARY SEAL IF REQUIRED _________________________________ Signature of NOTARY PUBLIC Date Commission Expires __________________