Reclaim your Name
Click Here - How To Complete Your Fictitious Name Application
Did you know that because the Government loves us so much they created a LEGAL FICTION (Strawman) for you when you were born? This makes it easier for us to pay taxes, fines, and court costs, how considerate.
The LEGAL FICTION was created without your knowledge, without full disclosure, and unlawfully. The Government has been using this fiction throughout your life to deceive you.
Your LEGAL FICTION is your title and name in capital letters (e.g. MR JOHN SMITH). When you obtain a bank account, a driving license, or a passport, it is issued to your STRAWMAN (e.g. MR JOHN SMITH), these documents are not sent to you, the man or woman, but to the LEGAL FICTION, this is how the deception works.
Try going to court as a man or a woman, simple you would think, but no. Courts will only deal with LEGAL FICTIONS.
For further information, CLICK HERE to watch the video called ‘Meet Your Strawman’, and return here to RECLAIM OWNERSHIP OF YOUR NAME.
THINK ABOUT IT
When you were born, your parents gifted you a name. This name was taken from you by the Government, unlawfully.
You can now RECLAIM YOUR NAME by submitting your application to the Common Law Court.
As this LEGAL FICTION was created unlawfully, the Common Law Court will confirm that ownership of the LEGAL FICTION has been reclaimed by you. This information will be recorded with the Common Law Court in ‘The Book of Deeds,’ for preservation.
An application for OWNERSHIP OF THE FICTITIOUS NAME will only be accepted if you have already confirmed your birth under common law, this can be confirmed by recording your details under the Birth Certificate section.
Once submitted, your application and ownership details will be recorded in the Common Law Court ‘Book of Deeds’, there is NO CHARGE for this process.
The Common Law Court offers the opportunity to obtain an A4 EXTRACT, embossed with the Common Law Court Seal, for any document recorded in the ‘Book of Deeds’. There is a small charge to obtain an EXTRACT, this covers the cost of materials, preparation, and postage by recorded delivery and helps with ongoing costs.