Is it your motor vehicle? by Robert-dean:House

Reply to Weyman Paul Cochran’s article, “Non-Commercial Traveler”
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Every time I read something like this article I wonder if the person writing it is an Attorney trying to create business.  You decide.
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“When a vehicle is first made, born, created, etc.  the Manufacture assigns it a, “Manufactures Statement of Origin”, like a birth certificate of sorts but not from the state. It is then sent to a dealership which has a license from the state to sell the vehicle via its salespersons.  Most people do not know this.
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If you knew of this, upon purchase and full payment of the new vehicle, you may ask for the Statement (the MSO), thus making the vehicles yours.
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However, the state will step in under its color of law statutes and require the dealership, who is licensed by the state, to send the Statement to them, thus making them the owner, and the buyer the renter.  Should the buyer use a bank or other form of credit to help purchase the vehicle, then a third party is in the contract and the buyer is the second renter.  So ask yourself this, Is your vehicle really yours?
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The states uses threat of the dealership’s license if they do not comply, and fraud again on the buyer when the states fails to inform the buyer of this and persuades the buyer that he/she must pay them for a Certificate of Title which they then pay a yearly rent for the yearly registration which contains a tag number.
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If you are in fact a citizen of the United States, you are subject to their statute law.  If a citizen tries to do what Cochran has done, use their codes, statutes, etc. against them, he is in deeper do-do and/or he goes after them for the fraud.
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The only way to have true ownership of the vehicle in your possession, is to first, declare your status as a none-citizen national, and then to obtain the Statement if you can, and declare the vehicle your property via a form of affidavit which identifies the state fraud with a Notary and two witness and place it into the public record and get a certified copy…and you should know where to go from there.  This is all done under Common law which has no statute of limitations, so don’t be hasty.
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In Florida, it is the sub-corporation of the state corporation, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle who receives the Statement.
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I am currently working on my 2nd affidavit to the Sec. of St.  This one to include the facts of the Manufactures Statement of Origin fraud.  In the first affidavit, I created my own tag via the Vin. number of the vehicle but failed to mention the Statement for which I had no knowledge of at the time.
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Who owns the vehicle?  (Do you know what can happen if you declare false ownership of another owners property)?  (Welcome to court).
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