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United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Article 13
1. Indigenous peoples have the right to revitalize, use, develop and transmit to future generations their histories, languages, oral traditions, philosophies, writing systems and literatures, and to designate and retain their own names for communities, places and persons.
http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/en/drip.html

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  • Shiru When you gone set that Amerate up out there?

  • That is what the Dissolution Course is for. You need to enroll in that.
  • Here to learn I am student.I will be come the teacher when its time.
  • passing info from a moor that was a former debt collector

    1. record all collection calls

    2.look up fdcpa (fair debt collection practice act) for guidelines, violations, state laws, statute of limitations, and complaints

    3.file a complaint with attorney general for harassment/threatening to sue

    make sure there phone records are subpoena for your case they always tell you the call is being recorded for quality

    there also has to be a 7 day gap between calls hope this helps
  • Islam, I am looking for any information (my wife is filling out her membership for MITA General application & then we are going to come up with the money for her debt dissolution course somehow) reguarding debt collectors (3rd party creditors) who are threatening to sue,on how to buy some time to drag this out until she is through the debt dissolution process. The only thing I can think of is to request verification that they have legal authority in the state of (where Gerogia DBA) for collections activity . Please let me know soon. Thanks-peace
  • Now im on and ready to serve my self first for the Upliftment of the Creator and Anscetory and the movement.... I need a backing of what will be for the up and coming, We need moor UNITY umoungst us and coding out out land mass within the Territories like my anscestors did as the Indigenous folks that had walked these road and made paths to each others fronnt door...I thank you for your adds ..Its a greater inspiration to see us doing this and helping each other to make the biggest change on Earth... Looking forward to making moor happen for us...Im Present when needed..I S L A M...Shalomalaka!!!
  • Peace Nobles. I ran across this book while researching, in preparation to go holla at the Gwinnett County court clerks. Here's a sample of it:

    Fi-Fa's, Levys and the Collection of Judgments in Georgia
    Rickey E. Tumlin

    Format ISBN Price
    Paperback (6x9) 9781425911775 $ 20.00
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    WRIT OF FIERI FACIAS


    THE WRIT


    A writ of fieri facias (Fi-Fa) is an order which is issued by a judge and directs the levy officer to seize the property of the named defendant. The elements of form for a writ of fieri facias are decided and set out by the Georgia Supreme Court (form SC-5 revised 1985).

    All elements have to be present in the form of the writ for it to be valid and legal. Any deficiency in the form of the writ, not conforming to the dictates of the Georgia Supreme Court, will then result in the Fi-Fa not being valid, hence, the writ not being enforceable. In other words, it would not be executable.

    For a writ of fieri facias to issue, a monetary judgment or judicial award is required. In the case of where judgment is rendered on behalf of the defendant, the writ may properly indicate to collect against the plaintiff. This can be due to the result of a successful defense, a counterclaim or due to other actions of the court.

    These issues may be many and widely varied. Judgments may arise from criminal bond forfeiture, lawsuits of various natures, foreclosure, a default in the answering of a garnishment, an award of alimony/child support, etc. A writ of fieri facias may be issued from any of the following: judgments, awards, sales taxes, ad valorem taxes, property taxes, income taxes, etc., the foregoing recitation being a very non-inclusive list.

    If the ‘style’ of the Fi-Fa, does not mirror the ‘style’ of the judgment, the writ is illegal and is not executable. If the ‘style’ of the case on the writ does not reflect the actual name of the corporate entity as it exists with the Secretary of State, the writ is illegal and is not executable. So it is paramount that the styling of the case be correct from the outset and throughout the pursuit of the case.














    A model for a Fi-Fa collection procedures flyer for public distribution

    FI-FA COLLECTION PROCEDURES

    19-13-10 O.C.G.A. (Official Code of Georgia Annotated) requires the Sheriff (or his lawful deputy) to make levies pursuant to a writ of fieri facias (Fi-Fa) or other writ of attachment on the property, either real or personal or both, of the defendant in Fi-Fa. Plaintiff must first have received a monetary judgment from the court before a writ of Fi-Fa may be issued. When the Fi-Fa has been recorded on the General Execution Docket (G.E.D.), it should be taken to the sheriff’s office civil section for action by the levy officer. If the defendant has property in another county, the Fi-Fa should be entered on the G.E.D. of that county and then taken to the sheriff of the respective county for action.

    Plaintiff may pursue a garnishment of the defendant’s employer and/or bank account (O.C.G.A. 18-4-64) while simultaneously attempting a levy under Fi-Fa. If the plaintiff is not familiar with the defendant’s place of employment, bank accounts, or property owned, defendant may be served with post-judgment interrogatories in an attempt to obtain this information. Interrogatories are a set of questions whereby the defendant must list any assets, both real and personal, and file back with the court under penalty of contempt.

    Upon receiving a Fi-Fa, it has been our established policy to mail the defendant a ‘Fi-Fa collection letter’ in hopes that the defendant will voluntarily respond to resolve the judgment. This step is not required by law, but does produce some noticeable results.

    It is the responsibility of the plaintiff to locate any property of the defendant that is not subject to any prior outstanding lien. In the case of motor vehicles, O.C.G.A. 40-2-130(c) requires and authorizes any officer to ascertain any outstanding liens for the judgment creditor. Plaintiff must be careful not to over-levy and run the risk of being subject to possible litigation by the defendant. Plaintiff should also note that if the levied property does not produce sufficient proceeds at Sheriff’s Sale to offset the costs incurred, plaintiff is responsible for the difference.

    When approaching defendant for collection, the levy officer first makes oral demand for payment. If payment is not made, defendant is permitted by law (9-13-50(a) O.C.G.A.) to designate the property upon which to levy that would be sufficient to satisfy the judgment Fi-Fa. Failing this response, it is the responsibility of the plaintiff to designate the property upon which to levy. Title 44 chapter 13 O.C.G.A. provides for constitutional and statutory exemptions from levy.

    The property must be published in a Notice of Sheriff’s Sale in the legal organ of the county for the four weeks immediately prior to sale and sold at public auction the first Tuesday in the month following publication. 15-16-10(a)(4) O.C.G.A. requires the Sheriff to maintain bound copies of the newspaper selected as legal organ in the same manner as required by law for the Clerk of Superior Court. The time of the sale is set pursuant to 9-13-160 O.C.G.A. The costs of legal advertisement are due and payable in advance by the plaintiff.

    Arrangement for and payment of any towing, transport, storage, etc., are the responsibility of the plaintiff. Storage must be safe, secure and inside the county where seized (preferably in a bonded and insured warehouse). Plaintiff is entitled to recover any reasonable costs incurred in the collection of the payment from the proceeds of the sale. These costs should be documented. The Fi-Fa is in force for seven years and is renewable every seven years thereafter. If the full amount of the judgment is not realized from the initial levy, additional levies can be made until the judgment is satisfied.
  • OK, that's really putting in great work, and it's truly apreciated!
  • The principle intent of this "missing" 13th Amendment was to prohibit lawyers from serving in government !

    So began a seven year, nationwide search for the truth surrounding the most bizarre Constitutional puzzle in American history -- the unlawful removal of a ratified Amendment from the Constitution of the United States. Since 1983, Dodge and Dunn have uncovered additional copies of the Constitution with the "missing" 13th Amendment printed in at least eighteen separate publications by ten different states and territories over four decades from 1822 to 1860.

    In June of this year (1991), Dodge uncovered the evidence that this missing 13th Amendment had indeed been lawfully ratified by the state of Virginia and was therefore an authentic Amendment to the American Constitution. If the evidence is correct and no logical errors have been made, a 13th Amendment restricting lawyers from serving in government was ratified in 1819 and removed from our Constitution during the tumult of the Civil War. Since the Amendment was never lawfully repealed, it is still the Law today. The implications are enormous. the link is
    http://www.trosch.org/law/13th-amendment.html
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