There has been a comment that the Liens filed against the Federal Reserve Banks are not actually liens, but Administrative Claims. If true, this doesn’t mean the actions taken are not valid or a definite legal blow to the Federal Reserve, just that they are the beginning of the legal process, not the final takedown notice. Below are the specific details. –Dennis
Actually, this is not a LIEN. It is the correct first step in filing a self-certifying “Administrative Claim”.
Step 1. Duly signed demand for payment
Step 2. If Ignored, send a notice and ask for payment
Step 3. If Ignored, send a properly formatted (certified/notarized) NOTICE of the beginning of an administrative action which would include a memorandum of “law”, solid (verifiable) conditions of truth, itemized list of grievances or charges, true bill, request for immediate (15-30 business days) payment. Responses would go to a Trusted Third Party and these would be noticed if they arrived or did not arrive.
Step 4. Notice of Non-Response and Attempt to Cure (re-state and re-certify all charges). Ask for response to be sent to a Trusted Third Party (like the notary)
Step 5. Final Notice of Non-Response and Final Attempt to Cure (see above)
Step 6. After a non-response that is a certified point-by-point rebuttal , or the full value of the TRUE BILL has not been received, then you take certified copies of all the above paperwork, assemble and create a “Notice of Default Judgement” and bring to a Federal District Court for approval of the paperwork (issuance of the judgement).
Step 7. Take the original Judgement Instrument (signed in blue ink by judge) to the Marshalls’ Service and get a USM 2285 filled out so the Marshall’s can collect. If they feel they need assistance, they can call the CID of the Treasury or the Department of Defense to request local back-up.
No….the filing you saw from Niel was not a LIEN, it was a CLAIM that will be certified, verified and then moved through a standard administrative proceeding.