What is the validity of a promissory note?

[embedded content] Monetary. A promissory note is only valid if it is for a monetary transaction to create money and debt as banks and lenders do or to pay off money or debt with a Credit Agreement Payoff Security Instrument Promissory Note. The bank lender agrees to give FRN money to a borrower who actually funds the first loan, Read more about What is the validity of a promissory note?[…]

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A Mortgage Promissory NOTE and CAP Security Promissory Notes are Legal Tender

[embedded content] A Mortgage Promissory Note is a commercial or residential mortgage credit agreement or other credit agreement Application that puts you into debt as a DEBTOR. This occurs when you also sign a Mortgage Debt Lien Security that the bank files in your county real estate records. Everything you sign pursuant to the Uniform Read more about A Mortgage Promissory NOTE and CAP Security Promissory Notes are Legal Tender[…]

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What is a personal promissory note?

[embedded content] A personal promissory note is an oral or written promise to pay money to someone or to do something in the future. The promissory note document serves as written evidence of the amount of the debt and the terms under which it will be repaid or discharged, including the place of payment, the repayment schedule, Read more about What is a personal promissory note?[…]

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Are you a Franchise of the Banks or United States Government

[embedded content] Yes, you are if you sign your name to a bank, financial, or government Document!! Franchise is defined, under 15 U.S.C. § 2801(1)(A)(i)-(iv), as “any contract between a refiner and distributor, a refiner and a retailer, a distributor and another distributor, or a distributor and retailer under which a retailer or distributor uses Read more about Are you a Franchise of the Banks or United States Government[…]

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Are You One of the American People for Pre-Paid Debt

[embedded content] According to Title 18 United States Code §8, the debt payment obligation of the Borrower/DEBTOR has been pre-paid under Bankruptcy. And is an obligation of the United States to pay off all your debts incurred if you are one of the American People when you utilize and pay off or discharge your mortgage Read more about Are You One of the American People for Pre-Paid Debt[…]

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What is a Convertible Promissory Note

[embedded content] A convertible promissory note is a debt instrument that converts to equity in the company that issues it when certain conditions outlined in the promissory note are met. The conversion from debt to equity may be voluntary or mandatory depending upon the agreement between the issuer of the note and the investor. The CAP Security Instrument at Cancel1Mortgage.info pays Read more about What is a Convertible Promissory Note[…]

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Common Law Defined

[embedded content] Common Public Law before 1933 Bankruptcy of the UNITED STATES. That part of the law of England formulated, developed and administrated by the old common law courts, based originally on the common customs of the country, and unwritten. Under the Criminal Code, almost all offenses for which a prosecution can take place have Read more about Common Law Defined[…]

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What are the physical and electronic forms of money today

[embedded content] Today, cash and bank deposits are the two main forms of money. CASH includes Bank Promissory Notes, Money Orders, Checks, and the CAP Security NOTE at Cancel1Mortgage.info. The vast majority of all money in the US is held electronically as deposits with no backing of intrinsic value. There is just a small proportion held in physical form Read more about What are the physical and electronic forms of money today[…]

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COMMON LAW? What Is It And Is It Still In Effect And Lawful?

[embedded content] Yes, Common Law and Common Law Courts of Record are still in effect and are lawful by the Magna Carter, 1776 American Declaration of Independence, 1787 Constitution for the United States of America Union, original State Constitutions, and United States Commercial Corporation Law Statutes under the Color of Law… American Common Law was Read more about COMMON LAW? What Is It And Is It Still In Effect And Lawful?[…]

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There’s a Contract in Everything You Sign

[embedded content] Everything you sign is a promissory note, debt instrument, and credit agreement in the form of a Credit Application contract according to the Uniform Commercial Code of Contract STATUTES under Color of Law policies since 1933 Bankruptcy of the UNITED STATES CORPORATION MUNICIPALITY in the District of Columbia.. Notice Washington DC is not Read more about There’s a Contract in Everything You Sign[…]

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