Common Law and Pure Trust Organizations
Common law is based on British Ecclesiastical law, the Magna Charta of 1215, and the Ten Commandments and Holy Bible. Common law is unwritten law, which people all over the world generally understand and accept as the way to interact with others with respect to natural rights. Common law can be summed up by saying, “you can do whatever you wish, so long as you do not harm anybody in the process. “Harming anybody in the process” means violating the natural (life, liberty, property) rights of another.
Common law is regarded as the Law of the Land in the USA. This means that the common law attached to the land itself before there were any governments here. Common law cannot be repealed, abridged, amended, or ignored (even though portions of statutory law claim to have replaced the common law). This is because no man or woman has the authority to alter the Laws of the Creator, on which common law is based.
And our Declaration of Independence resounds these truths to be quite evident, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
Pure Trust Organization, as known as a Common Law Trust
There are two types of trusts, statutory and non-statutory. A statutory trust gets its existence from a legislative act. A legislative act can change the rules governing a statutory trust whenever it chooses. Think of it this way, the creator (legislation) always has control over the creation (statutory trust).
A non-statutory trust gets its existence from fundamental law, the right to contract, and common law, which pre-dates government, and therefore no legislation has the power to govern such trust and change the rules.
A common law trust is also known as a pure trust, a private contract, and operates under contract law/common law.
Primary Reasons for Creating and Using a Common Law Trust
Reduction of Personal and other Liabilities
Let’s now get into some of the specific aspects of how these work, why they provide privacy and the many benefits they provide … protecting your right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness!
Paradigm Shift in Asset Protection and the Kennedy Cat Story
Trusts and the Benefits they Provide
Structure of a Common Law Trust
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