Before a vessel can be released from the captivity, there are several documents that must be filed on the record. These documents are:
1.A Last Will and Testament – For the vessel that is incarcerated
2.Testamentary Letter – Shows Administrator as the Executor for the vessel’s Will
3.Letter of Executor-ship (Optional) – Establishes Administrator as the Executor for the vessel’s Estate
4.Declaration of Status – For the Executor appointed to administer the Estate and for the vessel incarcerated; Notifies the public of foreign or international status that is non-domestic to the UNITED STATES
5.Peace Treaty – For the Executor appointed to administer the Estate and for the vessel incarcerated; Notifies the public of friendly or non-combatant status in regards to their relationship with the UNITED STATES
6.Security/ Trust Agreement (Optional) – Filed as evidence on a UCC1 Financing Statement using being sure to check the box, "Bailee/ Bailor" The Grantor and the Public Trustee who is in receipt of the assets and will be required to use them in accordance with the terms of the bailment.
7.Notice of Silver/Gold Bond – Filed as either notice or evidence as part of a security/ trust agreement on a UCC1 Financing Statement; Notifies the public of solvent status with lawful as opposed to being insolvent (bankrupt) debtor.
Step 1: Once the Will is established and filed in the appropriate court, a Letter of Testamentary or Testamentary Letter will be issued. This Letter of Testamentary is the court’s seal acknowledging the administrator appointed to administrate as the Executor to the Estate (of the Vessel).
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Step 2: Next, the Estate needs to be acknowledged by the IRS. The IRS will assign an EIN (Employer Identification Number) to the Estate. An EIN for the Estate is prima facie evidence of immunity from taxes and other trespasses. The Administrator will need to apply for an EIN for a decedent Estate and he will set up the Estate for the vessel incarcerated.
Step 3: Ultimately, the administrator or appointed executor is going to settle the account by accepting for value all the obligations of the vessel and make them payable to the order of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The public trustee must discharge all obligations of the vessel through the UNITED STATES TREASURY and release the vessel.
It would behoove one to obtain some form of lawful money i.e. gold or silver of which to form a private surety bond for the estate. The private surety bond is for the purpose of brining in unlimited liability accepting any and all arising claims. The most important part of this procedure to note is that the corporate UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is bankrupt. However, the American people are not and can never be bankrupt. According to the Constitution for the United States of America Republic (Ratified in 1791), all officials must be bonded by either gold or silver coin. If these requirements cannot be met, then no public official can even hold seat of office and no office can be considered as being lawfully established.
That goes without saying, “The creditor is immune from the debtor.” If the public trustee (Administrator) fails to perform his functions as required, then the IRS will be notified of the administrator’s withholding of the remedy and settlement, thereby becoming the tax protestor/ withholder and the IRS will deal with them accordingly.
The Estate created by the Birth Certificate is foreign to the UNITED STATES and the STATES via the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA). (Link to the act:http://
It is our understanding that vessels are incarcerated because of the Uniform Commercial Code. The Commercial Code is what allows for the vessel to be incarcerated for merely not adhering to the contract; even if the vessel is unaware of the fact that there is a contract in place.
Although the laws may appear to be unfair, law governs all events and the laws of admiralty are no exception. All law is in accordance with nature.
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In many cases, when dealing with admiralty jurisdiction, the vessel is subjected to a foreigner’s will because the vessel does not have his/her own Will on file. Since no one knows what the desires are for that vessel incarcerated, the attorneys (judges, public defenders, clerks, etc.) who are working in the courts are treating the vessel as a juvenile delinquent and acting (assuming) as if they have the authority to administrate the Estate (See definition of Executor de son Tort).
Step 4: Although a Security/Trust Agreement filed on a UCC1 Financing Statement with an addendum and other documents etc. may be desirable (and make the administrative release process stronger), it is not absolutely required.
The vessel incarcerated needs to have a Will on file in the County of the STATE wherein they are incarcerated.
If the vessel is doing federal time, it is preferable that he/she files their Will in the general filing of the District.
The Will must point to the Executor/Administrator to the Estate. There needs to be a Letter of Executorship which establishes the Executor to the Estate.
Both the Executor and the vessel incarcerated need a Declaration of Status along with a Peace Treaty. These must be recorded in the record where the vessel is incarcerated.
Finally, the Estate must be acknowledged by the IRS. The Executor will apply for an EIN for a decedent estate. This can be done online where the EIN will be received immediately upon completion of the application.
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