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The Notary Presenter Announces Procedure for Agents
The Notary Presenter needs an Agent Intake Sheet to establish chain of title before he can proceed with the Administrative Judgment Procedure. IF you are a Claimant looking for the Notary Presenter to help you press your claim, you need an Agent to be your go-between with the Notary. IF you are the Agent you must contact the Court Clerk and get a unique identifier case number and then begin your investigation into the process by completing the Agent Intake Form.
The Procedure is relatively simple but document preparation can be complex. To help the reader understand the steps, the Notary will outline them first so the Agent and Claimant can get started on filing the claim.
The Agent is responsible for putting the documents together. The Notary is basically a neutral third party who is a witness designated to present the Claimant’s information via Agent in a well-organized formal process. In effect, the goal is to obtain and Administrative Judgment against the alleged violators by default. Once the Agent completes his investigative report, identifying the Respondents to be served and the Human Rights violations committed, he formats the documents and affixes his autograph for the International Notary to acknowledge. (The Notary Presenter is an International Notary and can acknowledge documents for this jurisdiction with proper authorization by declaration through the Registrar.) When the documents are received the Notary Presenter verifies them and carefully looks at dates, names, addresses, and other pertinent facts in preparation for duplicating them for timely mailing. Notice is sent on three successive dates at least 7 days apart to the Respondents with allegations, complaints, and facts of historical record. Of particular interest are the events and behaviors that reveal potential Human Rights Violations. The report is intended to explain potential violations against the backdrop of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in such a way that the Respondents know if they are guilty or not and can enter a viable explanation and defense against the charges. Establishing the truth is the goal.
THE PROCESS: After the Third Mailed Notice is delivered/received, and time is allowed to respond, the Claimant has established that (s)he stands in honor and the Respondent is in dishonor. A Judgment by Default is entered by the Notary and issued to each Respondent with another 7 days to cure the Default. That Default Notice is ‘cured’ in 7 days and becomes final under common law. Silent acquiescence is default by consent.
Again, the process consists of duplicating the documents and mailing them registered mail to the Respondents 3 consecutive weeks with an invitation to come into honor or face the liability consequence. When 3 strikes are made, a Notice of Default is issued with another opportunity to correct the record before the Default Judgment becomes final.
THE REPORT The Agent is responsible for the Report. He/She should go about writing the Report from the perspective of a Prosecutor. This is a mini-lawsuit in which the Agent, upon completing an investigation into the evidence presented sets forth at least one cause of action, supported by the facts and the law to bring charges against the Respondent(s). The cause of action is a simple statement about what duty the Respondent has that was breached in his relationship to the Respondent(s).
The Report is NOT an opinion paper or a mere research paper. It should set forth the Respondent(s) liability and damages he/she caused the Claimant specifically as it relates to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Any violations of law must relate to the basic Human Rights of the Claimant that were violated by the Respondent(s) actions.
Precise statements and simplicity are emphatically necessary so there is no ambiguity in what is being alleged and there can be no ambiguous response. The word selection and arrangement is to be pointed and focused on the claim being made. After stating the case, the Report should close with a motion to the Court. Each Presentment is different and will have different chains of evidence to present. However, it may be prudent to remember, once the Administrative Procedure/Notary Presentment is complete, the Notary will forward the results to the Human Rights Tribunal for enforcement and collection.
Here is the link to the Adobe form for Agents to use: File:HRD-AGENT-FORM-51315 r3 20150826-FF.pdf