Engaging the Private Side


The Private is not the Public, seems obvious, but is it?

Some questions that may be applicable at this point:

  1. What’s the benefit of engaging on the Private side?
  2. How are communications addressed?
  3. Who am I on the private side?
  4. Who or What is the public?


The public can be considered as the franchise under the United Nation countries. In all United Nation countries there is already in place or systems under-way to facilitate registration of Man/Woman into the franchise using trusts. Typically this is undertaken using birth registration (via certificates) or some other form of registration process (such as an amnesty) at the local country level. This franchise can be considered the public.

The act of registration of a person (for some background on Persons, see here) can be complex as there are a number of differing views on what this means legally. The position taken here is:

The act of registration (eg via the birth certificate) places into a trust a human body as property. It cannot place the spirit into the trust, as the spirit is no-ones property (except the creator). The body is treated as surety and can be administered by the trustees. Therefore, you the spirit, is a freewill entity who is no ones slave.

So, the trustees can do whatever they like with my body? Well, not quite. There is also a private side trust (implied) which is in your name, but on the private side. This came about from your mother and/or father – they as man/woman gave you a name. Then one of your parents (usually the mother) as an informant registered the body into the public franchise. So there is a Private and Public side created.

The benefit on the Private side is there is unlimited liability and Man/Woman are not part of the franchise and are directly responsible for their actions. In contrast, on the public side, there is limited liability, and one is not responsible for their actions. The private side (man/woman) is of a higher authority than the public (corporate) as it is man/woman (creditor) that creates the public corporate entities.

Communications from the Private Side.

When communicating from the private side, clarity is going to be key, otherwise the presumption is a “crazy” public entity is attempting to communicate. The clarity will be in the communications, both written, verbal as well as ones actions.

Some considerations:

  1. Written communications include: “This is a Private Communication between the parties”
  2. The private side is from a foreign jurisdiction (eg International).  Including “non-domestic” and “without AUSTRALIA” will be used in the communications
  3. Your address with be “Care of” your 3rd party presenter/acceptor and custodian of records.
  4. No need for ZIP/Postcodes.
  5. Communications addressed to the CEO/CFO (the man/woman) who can have legally binding authority on the private side.

Who am I on the Private Side?

Whoever you want to be, it’s private: eg A man/woman, Secured Party Creditor, Private Accommodation Party, Executive Trustee…to name a few. However, you will need to having standing over the public side entity – again, clarity is required. The purpose of the private side is to be an authority, therefore there are certain qualities a creditor must exhibit.

A creditor must not be undermined by arguing, answering questions etc as this will revert one back to a person with no authority. A creditor resolves v’s creates argument. In order to avoid argument, conditional acceptances will be used and placing the onus of proof onto the opposite party.

A creditor will bring the remedy by making agreement with a party.