Re: Commercial (CDL) Drivers License and Without Prejudice 1-207

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Posted by Mike on March 05, 1998 at 17:42:09:

In Reply to: Re: Commercial (CDL) Drivers License and Without Prejudice 1-207 posted by Two Cities on October 23, 1997 at 15:37:55:

: : : I reciently had to renew my Commercial drivers license and
: : : because of the information I have now about juristication, I put
: : : over my signature "WITHOUT PREJUDICE 1-207 UCC". Nothing was said
: : : (Probably Overlooked) but I am curious weather anyone knows if this
: : : indeed stops the DMV from having juristication over me? Also, does
: : : anyone know if an International Drivers License can be used in place
: : : of a commercial drivers lisence? Any comments would be appreciated!!

: : Why shouldn't you be under the jurisdiction of the DMV if you are
: : engaging in commercial traffic and the extra-ordinary use of the public
: : highways?

: : If it's the public that is bamboozled most of the time, I'm almost certain
: : that they didn't overlook anything. And the DMV employee that you dealt with,
: : probably asked you to check everything several times for correctness. On the
: : Washington forms there is even ample room to cross out you Nom DeGuerre and
: : write your true name, and have it appear in the approximately correct
: : location.

: In Washington it appears to cause the DMV to issue a 'non-license' if
: the "Without prejudice UCC 1-207 / TDC" is used. The customary and
: usual State Seal is replaced with one that has the numerals 1898
: instead of the more common 1889. Happened at least once.
The UCC code specifically reads in 1-207 that by signing without prejudice, will preserve your original common law right. You have preserved it, have not waived it. you are saying, that you are not part of this new statutory colorfull admiralty jurisdiction. You are correct. However some jack ass courts feel that there laws are the true laws and overlook the code itself. 8 out of ten times you will need to appeal original dicission in the appelate, or higher courts. you will win. but it is quite the hassle. A better way is to claim supreme court rulings, such as Shapiro vs thompson Us 394/618 and Murdock vs Pensylvania US 319/105 and Shuttlesworth vs Birmingham US 373/262.

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