The Letter Protocol as laid out for all but Mortgage annulment
( the mortgage letter protocols involve 3 further discovery letters):
Within the many levels and areas of disagreement, this process in its entirety can be utilised for resolution through agreement where situations are found to offer egregious threat or harm and injury made upon a person. Albeit there may seem to be a wide area of coverage, at every step there is a challenge through the presentation of facts by way of the Common Law. Within the Common Law, a request is made for proof of material, factual evidence to be shown, under binding oath that rebuts statements of fact offered by the injured party. Common Law offers many steps/opportunities for rebuttal/proof to be forthcoming. When this is not forthcoming, through initial 'discovery' (that is normally the first three letters in the process) then a notice of security interest is sent laying out that a commercial injury claim is forthcoming and designating the amount of claim. When this notice is not responded to nor rebutted, then an Affidavit of Obligation, is issued.
In Common Law all differences are settled through reaching an agreement. Simply, when two parties then agree the contents of an Affidavit, it seals the differences between the two, as a binding contractual agreement. When one party refuses to answer either in full or at all, then, at the stated time period's ending for such rebuttal or factual counter claim with material proof, there is agreement by omission or silence. By the time the Affidavit of Obligation has not offered full rebuttal to ALL facts proffered, then the non contest or rebuttal to an affidavit stands as truth in law. In common parlance, if we take the example of a 14 day cooling off period where one party is able to raise objection, return the goods, make a dispute, then when that period has run its course, perhaps through a purchase of an item, then after that period, the agreement is agreed, even if the purchaser fails to respond.
So it is in this process, that when agreement has been reached, under Common Law, the injured party is entitled to serve notice of a claim for commercial injury, where they have been personally injured, hurt or otherwise been inflicted wrongdoing. This is executed through an Affidavit of Obligation. This process itself goes through various stages of presentation - First the aforementioned Notice of Secure Interest, then the Affidavit of Obligation. A Notice of Fault and Opportunity to Cure follow this, which itself is followed by a final Default Notice alongside an Affidavit of Service and Non-Response. This completes the process. During this final process, after the Affidavit has run its twenty-one day course and the notice to cure is sent, at that point the commercial claimed amount then is trebled. On the final default notice and issuance the amount now standing as claimed becomes exemplary, in other words it is multiplied by 100.
The final Affidavit of service and non response then serves as the valid Commercial transactional Instrument in the amount specified. Following its perfection, after the full 90 day period has run its course from the date the first Affidavit is received by the other party, it becomes a valid financial instrument able to be presented to a bank and entered as that amount into an account.
In short, wrongdoing is righted, injury on whatever level is honoured and recognised. Thus the Common Law is in simple terms calling back the financial injury with lawful rectification. In this way the disparity of 'wealth' is set on a journey of rebalance. The best example of Reverse Engineering!
Within this procedure, we are able to move into a credit economy, not a debt driven one.
WARNING: Apart from personalising it as directed DO NOT ADD OR ALTER ANYTHING EVEN THOUGH YOU MAY WISH TO - This process is complete and perfected in and of itself - alterations may not only negate it or worse serve back unintended consequences. It is 100% solid as is!!
You can however replace any clause in one protocol into another if you feel it is appropriate. If you have a subject for a letter protocol use whatever clauses you find here in any example and build your own letter using only what you have here. Common sense will determine your ability to convert any, even though in their present state they are fine for most targets you choose. Just make sure you change relevant sentences with paragraphs in whatever protocol you choose.