From a Reader . . .

by [Name withheld.]
Anna’s comments about a “judge’s order is like an order for french fries” is totally misleading.  https://mainerepublicemailreport.com/2018/08/24/a-court-order-is-like-an-order-for-french-fries-okay/
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The judges order is like a “money order” that can be liquidated upon claim for bond and underwriter’s insurance for indemnity. They are operating within “voluntary bankruptcy” and all their “commercial paper” is backed by underwriter’s policy for indemnity.
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I have done this personally and it stops them dead in their tracks and I don’t have to go through the mechanisms Anna proposes. Her process may be confusing and difficult for some. I simply reverse the liability for the debt and “without recourse” is the qualifier for the signature in commerce. Rights supercede policy. Corporations act under privilege – man has rights as a believer.
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I know she has a lot of “followers” and she sounds credible – however those who have not done the research follow her down a path that I think is misleading – I was hoping someone there might reconsider what is being promoted by this woman.
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I think she is well intentioned – simply not well researched or is taking others research and using it as her own.
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My comments are intended to create some inquiry into the truth of these matters – not criticism unjustly.
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judge2banna-1  Judge Anna’s response:

I disagree. French fries and houses are both actual and factual. Mine is an apples to apples comparison. And if he bothered to read–actually read– the article, he would see that not only did I give people two effective means of defeating commercial claims– I clearly explained how to use the Indemnity bond to discharge debts owed exemption. Uh-duh.
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Any comparison of what goes on in an actual foreclosure-and-eviction process that impacts actual people and actual homes with purely fictional paper “products” is a mistake in logic. Fiction is fiction. When fiction crosses over into the actual world and causes harm, that is a transgression.  And I would not mistake that for a harmless exchange of blarney for blarney.
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