Consent – How consent is given?

In way of background, there is a presumption that corporate officials will always use when engaging with anyone: anyone and everyone will be presumed a “person” until a rejection of the presumption is brought forth by your paperwork and more importantly by your actions. The person entity is a commercial account (a public trust) binding a man/woman to this account can take place in numerous ways and contrary to popular belief, one does not need to sign anything to consent to being bound to a person/account/trust, action or inaction alone will be sufficient. Some examples that bind a man/woman to the person trust:

  1. Express Consent. Signing of a Contract or an agreement as the person
  2. Implied Consent by actions:
    1. Verbal – answering to the name, saying you are the name
    2. Showing ID
    3. Giving away a security interest in your person eg fingerprints, photos etc
    4. Taking orders
  3. Acting as a debtor/person by – creating controversy, creating arguments, complaining, answering questions, making statements etc. An authority does not have these attributes. Therefore, it can be reasonably presumed that a person must be present should these qualities be evident.

It will be MOST difficult for many to comprehend point 3 above. In essence, it is most simple – an Authority by it’s very nature CAN resolve matters therefore has no need to be adversarial, no need to complain, no need to create arguments etc. Unfortunately, many will be adversarial when engaging the opposite party, thereby undermining their own process and relegating themselves to the lowest form possible – a person.

An adversarial mindset is promoted by the legal system since it cannot survive without it. It must promote adversaries in order to claim jurisdiction (discussed in the intro). In addition, any action against the person is simply action against property you have a security interest in – it’s not even you.

This of course doesn’t mean you don’t show your drivers license when your vehicle is stopped by law enforcement etc, it requires careful assessment on when to be the person and when to be the creditor.


For some further information on this topic and to better understand how consent is given or how one can give up a contract…The Understand Contract Law and You Win site provides some example extracts from Brian Blum’s Contract law text.

This area of understanding is critical to stand on a contract…many people will go thru a process and enter court as a “sovereign” and give it all up when the Judge asks where they live or what is their name..