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Clearfield Doctrine

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Clearfield Doctrine

Postby Johnboy » Sunday December 8th, 2013 2:57 pm MST

Seeing that most or all gov. entities are corporate, usually when you deal with corporations their is a contract involved. A few months back a friend of mine was issued a "civil infraction" from one of these "municipal corporations", when he got into court, he told the judge since their was no contract between the municipality and himself he was going to invoke the "Clearfield Doctrine" the judge took 4 months to make a ruling on the case, at which time he dismissed it. It appears to me that these "municipal corporations" RULES only apply IF your a member of their corporation, or if you dont want to be a member, their must be a way to get out. Thanks for these forums.

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Re: Clearfield Doctrine

Postby Admin » Wednesday December 18th, 2013 2:40 pm MST

:h: Johnboy:
Please forgive us for the delayed response; we built a backlog around election time and just got to your posted message today.

Because, you didn’t provide the full details of the case you referred to it’s impossible to know, or review, why the judge ruled as he did (please note that for us to review the details of such a case would require Team Law beneficiary support).

Nonetheless, it is true that the corporate State traffic courts generally act in accord with the terms of contractual relations (much the same as those involved in all admiralty and/or insurance cases). Respectively, in most such cases, people are only involved through their respective contracts. The parties usually involved in such cases are the corporate State and a Social Security Administration created Trust (hereinafter “SSCT”), which is a United States Government agency managed by the party that lends consciousness and physical capacity to the cardholder—which is quite often a man or woman.

People get involved in such matters either by: acting as a general partner with the SSCT or by violating a law; which business entities cannot do. Either way, the corporate veil is thus breached and the people get directly involved as parties to the action bound by the terms of the admiralty styled contract. Respectively, in most such cases the Clearfield Doctrine would not apply to limit the action because the action is one that takes place in commerce.

The place where people get away with such arguments is where neither the court nor the District Attorney involved are prepared to fight against that argument.

In most cases, if either the vehicle or the driver is licensed or insured then jurisdiction will apply. However, if no such conditions apply to the charged party or to the vehicle involved, then there are many other conditions that have to be properly met to keep the court from getting jurisdiction due to other causes that the charged party will have understand and use to win in a court with a savvy judge and District Attorney.

Most courts will move right on by the Clearfield Doctrine challenge and if you are not otherwise prepared; prepare to lose the day.

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