What is a secured party creditor?
What is a secured party creditor?
Secured Party Creditor (SPC)is a term that is becoming more and more popular among the students of the sovereignty and common law student arenas. Many people are trying to obtain higher levels of freedom, reserving their unalienable rights, and have discovered this Secured Party Creditor term. Yet most people can not properly articulate exactly what it is. Simply put, it is separating your living man/woman self, from the ALL CAPITAL LETTERS TRADENAME /BIRTH CERTIFICATE LEGAL NAME, and protecting the assets and collateral of that name by back dating a security agreement to your 18th birthday. This creates you as a “secured party” or lien-holder over that name – therefore protecting it’s assets from lien, levy, seizure, garnishment, or forfeiture. Because of the fraud of the legal name trickery that you were unaware about until now, and fraud does void all contracts if the party being defrauded takes affirmative action to call out the fraud, now you have in effect canceled out the disastrous effects of those contracts in your life that were done without your consent or your best interests at heart. I’m sure you will get to a point of overstanding better. We all see higher levels of fraud, corruption, taking place every day, bringing the growing number of people that are learning about secured party creditor filings(processes).
It is important to understand that becoming a secured party creditor does not mean that you simply file a UCC-1 and the process is completed. This often a common misconception. You must be very mature in your studies as you will be tested repeatedly on your journey towards sovereignty. The same agencies that are feeling threatened are also very much aware that most people doing so- called “secured party creditor filings” understand very little about the correct process of establishing and maintaining secured party status and living as both a private citizen and trustee of a domestic public trust vessel that contracts and operates in the public and in commerce.
Secured Party Creditor Over the Tradename Strawman:
We must first understand that we all function through our tradename, or our strawman. The tradename is your business, and you, as the live being, function in commerce through your tradename. However, you are not the same as the tradename. This is one of the main purposes of establishing ourselves as a secured party; we must create that separation between the live being and the tradename/strawman. Another purpose of the secured party creditor filing, is to aid in the protection of all assets held in the estate, which is held by the tradename. The estate encompasses everything, from property to bank accounts, etc..
Now that we’ve established what the tradename is, we must establish what a secured party is and how one would use a UCC-1 filing. A secured party is one who holds an interest in a company’s assets. They would record this interest in the public records by filing a UCC-1 Financing Statement. So, if the tradename is a business, and we, as the live beings hold an interest in the estate of the tradename, we must file a UCC-1 financing statement to give notice to the public that we have “liened” all property pertaining to the tradename. It is important to remember, that the UCC-1 itself is NOT the lien. It is only notice of the lien. The lien itself is established by the security agreement between the secured party and the debtor/tradename.
The security agreement is a private agreement which specifies that the debtor must perform as the transmitting utility for the secured party in commerce, in exchange for the secured party providing assets and collateral to the debtor. This would be called equal consideration. This agreement would also specify the sum of, typically, 100,000,000 OR one hundred million dollars as the security interest from the debtor to the secured party. The security interest amount doesn’t have to be 100 million dollars, but it should be a high enough number to ensure that the secured party will always have the paramount claim of interest over all assets and property of the debtor/tradename. To help you understand more look up the secured party definition and other related terms in blacks law dictionary, law.cornell.edu, or other related good research sites.
The filing of the UCC-1 is also important because it gives notice to all agencies, meaning that no agency can compel the debtor to turn over any assets before first meeting its 100 million dollar obligation to the secured party. This is how all assets of the tradename can be protected by the proper use of the secured party creditor process. However, it is important to remember that the government and its agencies can change their policies constantly, which can potentially change the way we achieve our remedies. Therefore, we must not be attached to the secured party creditor filing as the only way to achieve freedom forever. This process may, and actually should evolve as the policies governing commercial business evolve.
Although the agencies can change their policies at any time, whereby the change our manner of achieving our remedy; they can never actually take away our remedy. There must always be a form to achieve our remedy. We simple have to continue to exert our due diligence and learn to roll with the punches.
Protecting assets is not the only thing that is accomplished through the secured party creditor process. We can also do what is referred to as securing our assets that are being held by the financial institutions and government agencies, such as loans, bonds, or tickets. Whenever we sign for something, such as when we sign a promissory note for a mortgage, the banking institution holds on to the assets (that belong to us) and give us the liability side of the transaction, which is the obligation to pay. With the secured party creditor filing, we are placing ourselves in a position to either redeem our asset to close out that account or discharge the debt to close out the account. With HJR 192 and public law 7310, we have our remedy to either redeem our assets or discharge our debt. But we must first have the correct status established in commerce, since only secured parties can operate on the credit side of any transaction. Debtors can only operate on the liability side and must “pay” their obligations.
So, by what authority does one have to establish oneself as a secured party creditor of a tradename/ strawman corporation? In commerce, it is the one who provides the funding of a corporation that acquires a lien right against all assets of that corporation. In other words, when a baby has birth certificate issued against their flesh and blood body, the corporation is created. But it is the child who, in their lifetime, will provide all of their energy/funding for that corporation. Therefore that child can eventually establish themselves as the secured party for the debtor/tradename corporation and thereby secure all assets and collateral pertaining to the tradename.
When the certificate of live birth is issued, it is done so without any face value, similar to a blank check. You know it has value, you just don’t identify the value until it’s time to close out an account. We do this , by sending an indemnity bond (to attach to HJR192 along with our acceptance of the government’s order in 1933 to remove all money of substance and provide our credit to that order) to the treasury to be held in trust for the value of 100 billion dollars. This bond is to be used to discharge our public debts . All of this is done in accordance with the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) provisions.
It is important to have a fundamentally accurate process, for ease of enforcement. This process includes the Security Agreement, UCC-1 filing, a charge backorder, and a common law copyright. It important to remember that this is a simple outline of some of the components of the secured party creditor filing. You must do your own research to ensure your process is complete before moving forward with discharging debts and redeeming your assets.