Residence / Address, what is it in law?

The Court will always get attempt to get an admission from as to; Do you reside in “_________County”, or are you a resident of _______ County?   What they do not tell you is that to get you trapped in an administrative court of the United States they must have evidence of the act being done in (on the Land) the/a “county”.  See territorial Jurisdiction.  If not done on US Land the court must be a common law proceeding.


What is an Address?

Black’s 7    n. 1. The place where mail or other communication is sent.

What is a Residence?

Black’s 7    1. The act or fact of living in a given place for some time ,a year’s residence in New Jersey>.


residence         (Webster’s)


  1. residence (noun)
  2. residence time (noun)


\ˈre-zə-dən(t)s, ˈrez-dən(t)s, ˈre-zə-ˌden(t)s\

Definition of RESIDENCE


a : the act or fact of dwelling in a place for some time b : the act or fact of living or regularly staying at or in some place for the discharge of a duty or the enjoyment of a benefit


a (1) : the place where one actually lives as distinguished from one’s domicile or a place of temporary sojourn (2) : domicile 2a b : the place where a corporation is actually or officially established c : the status of a legal resident


a : a building used as a home : dwelling b : housing or a unit of housing provided for students


a : the period or duration of abode in a place b : a period of active and especially full-time study, research, or teaching at a college or university

— in residence

: engaged to live and work at a particular place often for a specified time <poet in residence at a university>

Examples of RESIDENCE

  1. He recently ended his residence at the apartment complex.
  2. They were granted residence in this country.

First Known Use of RESIDENCE

14th century


What is a “res”, [Latin “thing”]

n. 1. An object, interest, or status, as opposed to a person <jurisdiction of the res-the real property in Colorado>.


verb \ri-ˈzīd\


Definition of RESIDE (Webster’s)

intransitive verb


a : to be in residence as the incumbent of a benefice or office


a : to be present as an element or quality b : to be vested as a right

— re·sid·er noun

Examples of RESIDE

  1. He resides in St. Louis.
  2. He still resides at his parents’ house.
  3. Meaning resides within the text of the poem.
  4. The importance of this decision resides in the fact that it relates to people across the country.

Origin of RESIDE

Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French resider, from Latin residēre to sit back, remain, abide, from re- + sedēre to sit — more at sit

First Known Use: 15th century


About Paul John Hansen

Paul John Hansen -Foremost I love the Lord, His written Word, and the Elect Family of God. -My income is primarily derived from rental properties, legal counsel fees, selling PowerPoint presentations. -I am a serious student of territorial specific law, and constitutional limitations of the US and STATE Governments. -I have been in court over 250 times. -I have received numerous death threats that appear as to come from NEBRASKA STATE agents. -I have been arrested an estimated 8 times. Always bogus false warrants, misdemeanor charges. (Mostly Municipal Housing Codes, or related acts.) -I file no Federal Income Taxes (1040 Form) since the year 2001. (No filings in any form.) -I pay no State income taxes. -I do not pay STATE sales tax on major purchases. -I pay no COUNTY property taxes with out a judicial challenge. ( I believe I have discovered a filing for record process that takes my land off the tax roles. ) -I currently use no State drivers license, carry no vehicle liability insurance, do not register my automobiles. -I do not register to vote for any representatives. -I am a 'free inhabitant' pursuant to Article 4 of The Articles of Confederation. (Not a US citizen.) -I am subject to the Church jurisdiction, and a strong advocate of full ecclesiastical independence from the United States jurisdiction. -I believe in full support of the perpetual Union as found in the Articles of Confederation. -I believe that a free inhabitant has the lawful standing to choose to live independent of the constitutional corporate US governments, and its statutory courts in the vast majority of his daily life, and to be forced to do otherwise is slavery. -I believe that most all US written law is constitutional, but most all of that same law is misapplied upon jurisdictions where it has no force and effect of law and the bar association has perfected a system of keeping the people from knowing its true application. Order my 5$ presentation 'Free Inhabitant One A', for the truth in limited jurisdiction of all US written law.
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1 Response to Residence / Address, what is it in law?

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