Common law

COMMON LAW V. STATUTORY JURISDICTION WHICH ARE YOU IN? Part 5

STATUTORY JURISDICTION ATTORNEY written STATUTES and CODES, RULES, REGULATIONS, JUDGES’ OPINIONS, presumptions, and PUBLIC POLICY under the COLOR OF LAW is NOT Law according to the UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.

The IRS makes this distinction between the two kinds of law:

1. Common law comprises the body of principles and rules of action relating to government and security of persons and property which derive their authority solely from usages and customs or from judgments and decrees of courts recognizing, affirming, and enforcing such usages and customs. (Common law is in the republic land courts of record in exclusive common law) Emphases added.
2. Statutory law refers to laws enacted and established by a legislative body (and written by Attorneys for their own gain).” (Emphases added) IRS Manual, page 5041.1 Section 222.1.
Your rights to own property and to engage in voluntary exchange by NON-REGISTRATION of your business or property are basic common law rights
Much of the original U.S. common law has been codified in a single Federal District of Columbia CODE statute, the Uniform Commercial Code, U.C.C. that is only in effect in the 10 square mile area of the District of Columbia and their territories.
Common-Law is the law of the land, the law of the Constitution. Statutory law is legislated law as codes, statutes, rules, regulations, opinions, Presumptions, Assumptions, and public policy under the Color of Law and written by BAR and BANK ATTORNEYS for their own gain. For their own gain includes the BANK and GOVERNMENT corporations that they work for. Your rights to own property and to engage in voluntary exchange by NON-REGISTRATION of your business or property are basic common law rights
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