“Registration” comes from Latin “rex, regis” etc. meaning regal. So think about what occurs to whatever you ‘register’ – you hand legal title over to the Crown. When you register anything with the public, it releases legal title to the government corporation and leaves you with only equitable title – the right to use, not own, and for that use you will pay a ‘use’ tax which is every tax, be it income, sin, sales, property, etc. as opposed to lawful taxes, excise and impost. So that it doesn’t appear that the government now owns the property which you have registered they put it in a name which so much resembles your own that you won’t suspect it, however, the NAME is owned by the government. If you choose rather to record your legal title to your property with the public, you maintain your status as Title Owner. This is one of the most important things you can ever learn for the sake of your commercial affairs.

The best example of the effects of registration is the birth certificate. A bankrupt entity – city, state/ province, country – cannot operate in commerce. So how do they manage? Since USA/CA have been bankrupt for decades, having no substance such as gold and silver to back it, the only asset it has are men and women and our labour. We are the collateral for the interest on the loan of the World Bank. Each of us is registered, via the application for a birth certificate. The Treasury issues a bond on the birth certificate and the bond is sold at a securities exchange and bought by the FRB/BoC, which then uses it as collateral to issue bank notes. The bond is held in trust for the Feds at the Depository Trust Corporation. We are the surety on said bonds. Our labour/energy is then payable at some future date. Hence we become the ‘transmitting utility’ for the transmission of energy. The USG/CAG, in order to provide necessary goods and services, created a commercial bond (promissory note), by pledging the property, labour, life and body of its citizens, as payment for the debt (bankruptcy). This commercial bond made chattel (property) out of us all. We became nothing more than ‘human resources’ and collateral for the debt. This was without our knowledge and/or our consent, via the filing (registration) of our birth certificates. When mums apply for a birth certificate, the application is registered. The legal title of her baby is then transferred from mum to the State. Mum is left with equitable title of her baby whom she can use for a fee – a ‘use tax’ – and since the property does not belong to her, she has to treat it in the manner, which the owner wants.

Here, there is little difference between understanding and interpreting these proprietary terms. Perhaps in English law the matter is slightly different or the terms are misinterpreted. What I understand from Croatian law is that the landlord can only use the thing under certain conditions, while the owner manages the legal thing. The owner has higher ranking rights. The owner, if the master allows it, can lease the property to a third party. He shares the rights he has received from his master in the way he wants. But neither the owner nor the owner can fully control things, as both are recorded in the king’s register. In support of this understanding and logic, I will again state the “Law on Property and Other Real Rights”

“Owner’s rights”

(1) A ownership right is a real right to a particular thing that empowers its holder to do what he pleases with it and to benefit from it, and to exclude anyone else from it, unless it is contrary to other people’s rights or legal restrictions. “2

Clearly it couldn’t be clearer. What you own is not yours, it belongs to the king, the government, the state. If not, some relevant services will answer this question. Whose car is it if I do not fully dispose of it and do not hold all the rights? Who has the right to restrict my ownership.

You have all heard the saying “ownership obliges.” What does that mean? This means that a liability, debt, duty arises from ownership. This is quite logical if you have understood by now the principle of the slave-owning system in which we live. You want the rights? It may, but a duty arises from law. It is tied like a finger and a nail.

Each registration of an asset creates one legal form called TRUST.

A trust is a form of society in which the king’s property is managed, and it is all that is regis- tered. (regis treated; treated as of the kings).

If you want to give your land to the King so he can give you a nice document called the Ownership List, which you acquire the title of owner, it will cost you only 250 kn. So who wouldn’t when it’s so cheap?

We will now touch on the concept of property. According to my logic and understanding of the system, real estate becomes an asset upon registration. The moment you register your property in an office that manages the King’s property, you have waived it for proof of ownership.

If there is ownership, then and only then can there be property, because in order for something to be someone’s property, there must be an owner and ovine. Property is everything you own in some way. Therefore, the concept of property is a completely fictional term that exists only in the legal system and is closely related to ownership.

In the old days, there was no institute of ownership, only institute of possession or use. Indians or druids did not own the land because the land is alive and no one can have any rights over something alive. A living man cannot have dominion over another living being, but can only use it for his own good without being abused. Man by natural law and the law of common sense cannot even have power over the house he made, because it consists of molecules and atoms over which man has no power.

Man is, by his nature, a creator of form from what already exists and what has already been created by the creator. He is unable to create something out of nothing.


1; Registering vs. logging / archiving… (author unknown – source: US citizens)

2 Ownership and Other Property Rights Act – Article 30.