Required Paperwork needed to be an American Jural Assembly member

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Required Paperwork needed to be an American Jural Assembly member

Post by WatcherNH » Tue Aug 28, 2018 6:42 pm

Required Paperwork needed to be an American Jural Assembly member:

There has been much conversation and debate recently over the necessity to complete the required paperwork (Justice Anna) to become a valid American Jural Assembly member. There is only one answer to this question. YES, YOU HAVE TO COMPLETE THE PAPERWORK, NO QUESTIONS ASKED, UNLESS YOU ARE ALREADY A SOVERIGN AND HAVE NO TIES OR OBLIGATIONS TO THE UNITED STATES OR ANY OF ITS FRANCHISES. Otherwise if you don’t you will remain a US CITIZEN and will have to follow the rules, regulations and statutes of the current fraudulent “government services provider” corporation masquerading as our lawful government. In essence you have to remove yourself from their belief system (citizenship\involuntary servitude) and reclaim your sovereignty and start self-governing as the founding fathers had intended us to do. You cannot be a US citizen and an American state national at the same time. You must pick one or the other. We the people have to reclaim our trade names, property, estates and our standing on the land and soil jurisdiction and get this recorded on the public record. The paperwork will remove you from their system and also provide you protection from their trespass against you.

Where to start with the paperwork:
The starting point is article #928 (basicforms.pdf) on Justice Anna’s website, also attached for your reference. Read this article and familiarize yourself with the forms needed and what they are used for. There are templates available for all the forms with all information you need to supply in red highlight. You replace your information (name, address, state…..) on all red highlight areas, sign and notarize it and then record the document(s) on the public record. It is actually a pretty simple process once you get the first document completed and on the public record. There is an order that needs to be followed when recording the documents. Follow steps 1-8 in order and you will be fine. Every document recorded will need a cover sheet attached to it. Step 1 is a diagram of the fraud to help explain what has been done with your given trade name. Steps 2-7 are the actual documents that you will have to fill out and record on the public record. Step 8 is for new born babies if that applies to you.
The first document you will complete is (3.) Acknowledgment, Acceptance and Deed of Re-Conveyance. This document has to be done first, include a cover sheet, signed and notarized and recorded on the public record. I recommend you complete the whole process on this document before you move to the next one. Also once you’ve been through the process the remaining documents will fall into place and there will be a feeling of relief. It’s really not that hard to do and there are people available to help out and answer any questions you may have. When you have successfully recorded the document they will assign a number to the record\document and attach that information to your cover sheet. The number assigned to the first recording will be used on all the rest of the cover sheets for the remaining documents you record on the public record. On the remaining cover sheets after the name of the document you will add the following at the end “-Extension 1802664” where 1802664 was the number assigned to the first recording. This will have to be done for steps 4-7 and any other documents you record later relating to this process.

This will get you through the basic package of editable forms and well on you way to completing your paperwork. I have attached two other articles from Justice Anna #1174 and #1209. These are more recent articles that list other documents you may want to record. Please read them and familiarize yourself with these additional documents. I would recommend steps 4. & 7. of article #1174 after the basic package is complete.

New Hampshire state coordinator
#928 basicforms.pdf
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#1174 updatesonprocess.pdf
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#1209 cancelpowers.pdf
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