The BIG PROPAGANDA LIE: Trump and Russia Collusion tried to destroy the Trump presidency while international conspirators planned more nefarious actions against the President of the United States, using the same rogue government – international players that took out President Kennedy. Learn and decide for yourself what the truth really is.
Douglas Gabriel interviews two victims of mortgage fraud and explains how the cabal is creating digital records of mortgage deeds in a convoluted lawyer-scheme to steal your home. If you have a mortgage, this is a MUST listen and read. After you listen to the audio, continue your citizen education and read: Exchange Casinos Control […]
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|Bob, whatever happened to Podesta and where is the Server?
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|#HATJ: Military criminal investigative organizations crack down on sextortion ring targeting service members
Posted: 29 Nov 2018 09:41 PM PST
#HATJ: Military criminal investigative organizations crack down on sextortion ring targeting service members bz: HATJ, asked for followup details on the press release about this event I had sent her. This is her reply… From: HEATHER ANN TUCCI-JARRAF (86748007) TO: BZ Riger Date: 11/29/2018 3:21:37 PM Subject: RE: RE: MIS and state and feds press
|Mr. Huber Goes to Washington
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|FULL ARTICLE Benjamin Fulford 11-26-18… “Rothschild rule ends after 250 years; new era to begin”
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|Yanis Varoufakis on Julian Assange and the Political Economy & future of Europe
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|#HATJ: Deutsche Bank headquarters raided over money laundering
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BZ: I sent this article to HATJ, here was her reply… From:HEATHER ANN TUCCI-JARRAF (86748007) To: BZ Riger Date: 11/29/2018 3:21:18 PM Sunject: RE: Deutsche Bank headquarters raided over money the funny part is that when you have “law enforcement”, uhhhhmmm, “raiding” banks for cash to operate because the banks no longer want to pay
|CIRCLING THE DRAIN
Posted: 29 Nov 2018 01:41 PM PST
CIRCLING THE DRAIN With revelations of vast criminality within the Clinton Foundation ready to be made very public thanks to Huber and the ongoing investigations into the Clinton’s fraudulent “charity”, we wanted to share this article for the critics who continue to say “nothing is happening.” Rest assured, there is a
By Anna Von Reitz
From Anna Von Reitz
Attempts to replace it with a UN Corp “Regional Government” have thus far been successfully rebuffed and prevented.
That leaves us to deal with the Territorial United States government, which is controlled
by the military and has substantially different rules and procedures than the old Muni
As a result some of the recommendations I have made to people in the past either no
longer apply or require tweaking to make them work in this altered scenario.
Those who got their paperwork done and in before October 2017 are grandfathered in
and have their records established via the old Muni process.
They have to be recognized as civilians.
Those who didn’t do this have to follow a different process which has yet to be negotiated
to the same ends– correction of the public record, reclaiming ownership of your
Name/NAMES, and recognition of your civilian status with respect to the military
The criminals in charge have made a great hash of things.
It will require a lot of effort to correct and some confusion is unavoidable.
Just remember the key points — you are no kind of “citizen” but are a civilian non-combatant “national”.
Make use of all means to establish public claim of your Names/NAMES as of your actual
This can be accomplished by publication in newspapers, sealed registered mail
record copies, Certificates of Assumed Names, formal name changes followed by
Acknowledgement, Acceptance, and Re-Conveyance of Deed and Title to the land and soil
of your birth state recorded with the local Land Recording Office.
A Corrected Deed to your Name and Estate –land, etc., can be used to the same effect.
Whatever means and route you use to claim back your Name and Estate, it will be
necessary to begin carrying copies of paperwork with you, ready to produce as part of
your identification process.
The most urgent thing people need to do besides cleaning up their own political status records is organize their county and state jural assemblies. The national level quorum is growing and will soon be able to redress grievances at a national level.
HOW TO FIND PEOPLE IN YOUR AREA
The National Assembly Thursday night conference call is at nine o’clock p.m., EST, 1-712-770-4160, access code 226823#. First hour is assembly roll call and business. The second hour is general chat and education.
For those who have not participated in your county and state assembly but want to participate please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your state in the subject line. You will be connected with your state coordinator.
The national assembly has a full website and forums packed with history and information. You are welcome to register and participate.
The old website 1stmichiganassembly.net and the hotline phone number are now obsolete and no longer used. The Michigan General Jural Assembly created and supported the national level assembly website and conference call for the people to return to self governing.
Our country as a whole is indeed facing an emergency of sorts.
Now more than ever it is
imperative that those born in this country claim their names and their natural political
status and organize their county jural assemblies.
There is not a moment to waste.
Your destiny and the destiny of your country depends on your willingness to set the records straight and organize the local county government you are owed.
Assistance is available from the Michigan General Jural Assembly.
In addition, given the history and the current state of affairs, it seems only prudent for
people to make the effort to set aside emergency stocks of food, fuel, water and yes,
some silver coinage.
I am now and will continue to benefit somewhat if you decide to make use of the Mint
Builder opportunity offered by Paul to acquire some silver, but the real benefit may be to
you and to your families to get serious about a moderate amount of preparation for
At present there is no better or other option on the table than to fall back to using gold for
international transactions and silver for domestic purchases.
I am hopeful that we will get through the woods and be able to ultimately outgrow our
belief in money and be able to transition to a more enlightened system of value soon but,
until then, a transition via the old gold and silver standard is in my opinion likely to
See this article and over 800 others on Anna’s website here: http://www.annavonreitz.com
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TO EXPLAIN AN INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, IT IS FIRST NECESSARY TO DEFINE THE TERM “INDEMNITY.”
RETIRED JUDGE SPILLS THE BEANS- BY JUDGE DALE
By Jean Murray
Updated February 11, 2017To explain an indemnity agreement, it is first necessary to define the term “indemnity.” Indemnity is defined as “a duty to make good any loss, damage, or liability incurred by another (Black’s Law Dictionary). Indemnity has the general meaning of “hold harmless;” that is, one party holds the other harmless for some loss or damage. Some variations of meaning for therm “indemnity:”
- Indemnity also includes an understanding that an injured party has a right to claim reimbursement or compensation for a loss or damage against the person who has the duty.
- Indemnity can also refer to compensation for loss or damage from the actions of another party
- And indemnity can also be described as a legal exemption from loss or damages, as in the case of an indemnity clause in a contract.
What Type of Business Would Use an Indemnity Agreement?The most common case of a business that has indemnity agreements is in construction. But any business with employees may want those employees to sign an indemnity agreement to protect against employee lawsuits.
Rental car companies also use indemnity agreements to protect against lawsuits from accidents involving rental car drivers.
Indemnity Agreements and Dangerous Activities Businesses that offer somewhat dangerous activities to the public (skiing, para-sailing, amusement park rides) require that the members of the public sign an indemnity agreement releasing the business from liability in case of an accident. In reality, if the business is found to be negligent (faulty equipment, poor maintenance), the individual who was injured still has a claim against the company.
An indemnity agreement (sometimes called a “hold harmless agreement” can be a contract or a section of a contract. In these cases, an indemnity agreement is contract language that indemnifies (holds harmless) one of the parties in a contract for specific actions that might cause damage to the other party.
Examples of Indemnity Agreements
- A kennel may want an indemnity agreement in a contract with a pet owner to keep the kennel from being sued for damage caused by the owner’s pet to other pets. I this case, the pet owner is being asked to indemnify the kennel owner (to hold the kennel owner harmless) for damages caused by the pet.
- Indemnity clauses are often found in intellectual property licensing agreements.
- In another general example, a landlord may require a tenant to sign a “hold harmless” clause in a rental agreement, agreeing that the landlord is not responsible for damages caused by the tenant’s negligence.
In each of these cases and many others, Party A must be persuaded to sign a contract which could cause him or her to be sued. So, Party B is being required to indemnify Party A, so the contract can be signed.
Types of Indemnity Agreements Indemnity agreements are found commonly in construction contracts. In this context, there are several types:
- Broad form indemnity agreements, also called “no fault” agreements, have been common in construction contracts where all loss is placed on the sub-contractors. Many states have declared this type of indemnity agreement to be illegal.
- Limited indemnity agreements state that the subcontractor pays for all damages caused by the subcontractor’s own negligence. This type of indemnity agreement still places a heavy burden on the subcontractor.
- Comparative form agreements or clauses are based on the common law principle that negligence is based on actions over which the actor has complete control.
Typical Parts of an Indemnity Agreement The specific form of an indemnity agreement varies by state law. This is a general overview of what you might find in an indemnity agreement.
The two parties will be described:
- The Indemnitee – the person wanting protection
- The Indemnifier – the person promising (warranting) to minimize harm to the indemnitee
The agreement may describe consideration (usually a sum of money) that will be used to secure the agreement.
The agreement will state the specific terms under which the indemnitee will be held harmless. This is fairly complicated legal language.
Exclusions to the agreement will be described. One common exclusion is negligence or fault of the indemnitee.
That is, if the indemnitee can be shown to be negligent, the indemnification doesn’t work (the indemnitee is at fault and can be sued).
A claims process will described, including when a claim must be filed and the limits to the claim.
The agreement wills state who has the burden of proof; usually the indemnifier must prove that the claim is not appropriate.
These are the main parts to an indemnification agreement, mostly procedural.
Updated September 09, 2016
www.thebalance.com/the-concept-of-indemnity-in-business-contracts-398295What is Indemnity? The principles described in the terms “indemnity” and “indemnify” are interrelated so these terms are defined and explained together.
Indemnity is defined as “a duty to make good any loss, damage, or liability incurred by another” (Black’s Law Dictionary). The term comes from a late Middle English word meaning “unhurt, free from loss.”
Indemnify and and Indemnification
To indemnify someone is to absolve that person from responsibility for damage or loss arising from a transaction.
(Black’s Law Dictionary).
Indemnification is the act of not being held liable for or being protected from harm, loss, or damages, by shifting the liability to another party.
Indemnity – Variations in Meaning Indemnity also includes an understanding that an injured party has a right to claim reimbursement or compensation for a loss or damage against the person who has the duty. This concept is seen often in civil lawsuits relating to negligence claims.
Indemnity refer in some contexts as compensation for loss or damage from the actions of another party.
Indemnity can also refer to a legal exemption from loss or damages, as in the case of an indemnity clause in a contract, in which one party agrees to take the liability for loss or damage from another party. In this case, indemnity has the general meaning of “hold harmless.”
Indemnity and Hold Harmless Agreements and State Laws
An indemnity agreement is sometimes called a hold harmless agreement, because it is an attempt to make sure that one party does not attempt to sue another party for negligence.At present, 42 states have some kind of state laws that limit the inclusion of indemnity clauses or agreements. While indemnity agreements are a protection against lawsuits, they don’t allow compensation for loss or damage.
Even where these clauses are not restricted, courts have held that indemnity clauses must be expressed in “clear and unequivocal terms” (Maine) or, “very clearly intended” (Nevada).
Indemnity and ContractsIndemnity usually arises in contracts, either as a separate indemnity agreement or as an indemnity clause in a contract. This language is included in cases where there is a possibility of loss or damage to one party during the term of, or arising from the circumstances of, the contract. The right to indemnity and the duty to indemnify ordinarily stem from a contractual agreement, which generally protects against liability, loss, or damage.
Uses of Indemnity Agreements in Business
Indemnity in construction contracts. Indemnity clauses or agreements in construction contracts are an attempt to protect the contractor from lawsuits and losses due to negligence. Some states
Indemnity and Insurance
One of the best examples of indemnity is insurance, which an insurance company indemnifies a property owner from losses or damage to that property. The business owner basically transfers the risk of having to pay for negligence to the insurance company.
In another example, business owners may buy indemnity insurance for professional liability. Allena Tapia, Guide to Freelance Writing, explains how the concept of indemnity insurance can protect freelance writers.
Examples: Here is an example of an indemnity clause in a contract:
“I hereby release, acquit and discharge [company] and its agents and employees from any liability arising from any circumstance including the negligence of [company] or its employees.