Usufruct Indorsement

FRONT OF PRESENTMENT, 45-DEGREE ANGLE, HAND-PRINTED, BLUE INK:

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Equitable title to the reversionary interest to Estate # ________________
stated herein is accepted for honor and returned as payment
for full acquittance and discharge of the stated obligation;
lawful money is demanded for all transactions;
12 USC 95a(2), 12 USC 411;

mm-dd-yyyy
JOHN HENRY DOE
by: John Henry, a man,
authorized user, certificate holder,
general executor.

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BACK OF PRESENTMENT, 90-DEGREE ANGLE, HAND-PRINTED, BLUE INK:

For Deposit Only
to the account of
United States
12 USC 342

John Henry Doe


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NOTES ON ABOVE:
The USPS Certified Mail Receipt # is written between "Passing Lane" lines
The words "without recourse" have been removed from the BACK (see Usufruct Merger).


5 comments:

  1. Would this also be applicable to the BC when sending the indorsed copy back to the Treasury?

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    1. I am not sure now about the BC being indorsed and returned... I am inclined now to just keep it in my possession as my authorization of indemnification, which they can inspect upon request, as I suggest in the Usufruct Letter. Then, as each "bill" is presented, I surrender the reversionary interest therein upon lawful money demand on front and indorsement on back, and return of each such "bill", thereby accomplishing "Merger" and "Extinguishment" of the obligation. See: http://lawfulmoney.blogspot.com/p/lawful-money-currency.html

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  2. Are the endorsed instruments send to 1 of the 3 IRS office like the Accepted for Value instruments have been in the past or are they sent somewhere else?

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  3. Perhaps follow Boris' recommendation on where to send the original presentments that you indorse. Listen to his 10/23 audio.

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  4. Has anyone done any of this with success? Have you been able to discharge debt with 12usc95a?

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