El Hotepsekhemwy Pero... https://www.paypal.me/keithlittle1 ___________________________________ LIMIT, v. To abridge, confine, and restrict. Brown v. Board of Appeals of City of Springfield, 227 Ill. 644, 159 N.E. 225, 226, 56 A.L.R. 242. To circumscribe. Orme v. Atlas Gas & Oil Co., 217 Minn. 27, 13 N.W.2d 757, 761. To mark out; to define; to fix the extent of. Brown. Thus, to limit an estate means to mark out or to define the period of its duration, and the words employed in deeds for this purpose are thence termed "words of limitation," and the act itself is termed "limiting the estate." Brown. *It is important that we realize the very base of all actions of State are in fact a violation of "Private Estates"... PERIOD!!! This is where I will centralize on "abandonement and adverse possessions" as being pertinent to [resurrection] of the land which man himself is married to!!! _____________________________________ LIMIT, n. A bound; a restraint; a circumscription; a boundary. Casler v. Connecticut Mut. L. Ins. Co., 22 N.Y. 429. Boundary, border or outer line of thing. State v. Jones, 133 Me. 387, 178 A. 719, 720. Extreme boundary. Lane v. Lukens, 48 Idaho 517, 283 P. 532, 533. Within act giving injured party right of direct action against automobile liability insurer within terms and limits of policy, word "limits" refers not only to amount of policy, but to time in which notice of accident must be given. Duncan v. Pedare, La.App., 161 So. 221, 228. *It is perinent to realize ALL liimits in their codes are a duration of "TIME"... Con-tract = With-time... ______________________________________ LIMITATION. Restriction or circumspection; settling an estate or property; a certain time allowed by a statute for litigation. The provisions of State Constitution are not a "grant" but a "limitation" of legislative power, Ellerbe v. David, 193 S.C. 332, 8 S.E.2d 518, 520; Mulholland v. Ayers, 109 Mont. 558, 99 P.2d 234, 239. *They merely continue their contract to make claim to abandoned "property"... [which by conversion now includes claim to leased property - i.e. "motor vehicles", drug "money" etc....] _______________________________________ Corporations Under the statute providing that all corporations expiring by their own "limitation" shall for certain purposes be continued as bodies corporate for a term of three years, the word "limitation" is an act of limiting, a restriction of power, a qualification. Porter v. Tempa Min. & Mill. Co., 59 Nev, 332, 93 P.2d 741, 743 This is what the government uses to continue operations despite the end of the "duration" having expired... _______________________________________ Estates The restriction or circumscription of an estate, in the conveyance by which it is granted, in respect to the interest of the grantee or its duration; the specific curtailment or confinement of an estate, by the terms of the grant, so that it cannot endure beyond a certain period or a designated contingency. A "limitation" on a grant determines an estate upon the happening of the event itself without the necessity of doing any act to regain the estate, such as re-entry. Gulf Production Co. v. Continental Oil Co., Tex., 132 S.W.2d 553, 563. A limitation, whether made by the express words of the party or existing in >>> intendment of law, <<< circumscribes the continuance of time for which the property is to be enjoyed, and by positive and certain terms, or by reference to some event which possibly may happen, marks the period at which the time of enjoyment shall end. Smith v. Smith, 23 Wis. 181, 99 Am.Dec. 153; Hoselton v. Hoselton, 166 Mo. 182, 65 S.W. 1005; Stearns v. Godfrey, 16 Me. 160. The "unless" provisions of oil and gas lease which provided that if no well should be commenced within one year, lease should terminate unless privilege of commencement should be deferred by payment of rental, were a "limitation" on the grant. Gulf Production Co. v. Continental Oil Co., 139 Tex. 183, 132 S.W.2d 553, 563. Here I would like to point out that "intendment of law"... In Black's Law, 4th edition we see: "INTENDMENT OF LAW. The true meaning, the correct understanding or intention of the law; a presumption or inference made by the courts. Co. Litt. 78. Common intendment. The natural and usual sense; the common meaning or understanding; the plain meaning of any writing as apparent on its face without straining or distorting the construction." [Their own Rules 803(16) and 901 of FRCP 9Federal Rules of Civil Procedure - NOTE: "Civil"] [Is this a "Civil" procedure...? - No; it's a "criminal matter"... Then it's a State procedure; as in the Commonwealth of the State of Iowa...? - OOOPS! - See: 48 CFR 52.212-5 - Wherein the State is seeking "commercial items"...] FAILURE OF TITLE. The inability or failure of a vendor to make good title to the whole or a part of the property which he has contracted to sell. See Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co. v. Union Trust Co., 207 Ala. 138, 92 So. 254, 257. [The Municipalities/Counties/States/United States have issued "commercial items" of "purchase" for said "titles" and NOTHING HAS EVER BEEN GRANTED - Only Seized by abandonement or lease conversions or fraudulent purchases] [real estate or real property...? KJV - Leviticus 25:23] INTENDED WIFE. Betrothed. Mace v. Grand Lodge, A. 0. U. W. of Massachusetts, 234 Mass. 299, 125 N.E. 569. [As man; we Are betrothed having accepted His oath] [All definition content from Black's Law 4th] _______________________________________ The word "limitation" defines the extent or quality of an estate conveyed or devised. Richardson v. Roney, 382 Dl. 528, 47 N.E.2d 714. [Here we see admittance to qualifying the definition itself isin Fact Dependent upon the devised [drawing] or conveyed [unlawfully anytime the Governement makes claim except in the possible grant of land from George Washington upon which he withdrew 4 square miles and thus DC can only claim 6 square miles] ESTATE is Original Jurisdiction - see Genesis 1 wherein the original estate was "Created" and then devised and conveyed by grant upon acceptance of His oath - the wedlock agreement! _______________________________________ Collateral limitation. One which gives an interest in an estate for a specified period, but makes the right of enjoyment to depend on some collateral event, as an estate to A. till B. shall go to Rome. Templeman v. Gibbs, 86 Tex. 358, 24 S.W. 792; 4 Kent, Comm. 128. [the extent to which property can be conveyed - in their SMU fraud! Elsewise it is no longer conveyed but by grant to heirs - Again; Leviticus 25:23 to pass on to heirs it can ONLY be done freely otherwise it would not be a true heir - thus to sell is to sell to one who Is Not a true heir and to do so knowingly for profit and gain which is fictional] _______________________________________ Conditional limitation. A condition followed by a limitation over to a third person in case the condition be not fulfilled or there be a breach of it. Stearns v. Godfrey, 16 Me. 158; Hess v. Kernen Bros., 169 Iowa 646, 149 N.W. 847, 851; Yarbrough v. Yarbrough, 151 Tenn. 221, 209 S.W. 36, 38. Board of Education of Borough of West Paterson v. Brophy, 90 N.J.Eq. 57, 106 A. 32, 34. A conditional limitation is where an estate is so expressly defined and limited by the words of its creation that it cannot endure for any longer time than till the contingency happens upon which the estate is to fail. 1 Steph.Comm. 309. Between conditional limitations and estates depending on conditions subsequent there is this difference : that in the former the estate determines as soon as the contingency happens; but in the latter it endures until the grantor or his heirs take advantage of the breach. 1 Steph.Comm. 310. [I'll explain it as a living will whereby a man is not yet married but; has an estate he wishes to pass on to his first born son... he has no way to convey such a will... then he get's married and has a way to do so... the conditional limitation would most likely be such as to pass his estate to his wife if he should have no son or pass before having any heirs born] _______________________________________ Contingent limitation. When a remainder in fee is limited upon any estate which would by the common law be adjudged a fee tail, such a remainder is valid as a contingent limitation upon a fee, and vests in possession on the death of the first taker without issue living at the time of his death. Rev.Codes N.D.1899, 1 3328 (Comp.Laws 1913, § 5307). [This is the carry over of expiration even though there is no contract - it is relevant to the "last plank" in salvage law as to the lien... it remains and carries on to the "new owner" - the SMU "Tax Liens"] ______________________________________ Limitation in law. A limitation in law, or an estate limited, is an estate to be holden only during the continuance of the condition under which it was granted, upon the determination of which the estate vests immediately in him in expectancy. 2 Bl.Comm. 155. [As in the above example "Conditional Limitation", the limitation here would be similar except that the limitation could and is applied in regards to Age of Majority of heirss beholden of an estate in expectancy, in that the "estate beholden" continues in the Mother (in cases of fathers passed leaving head of house to Mother) until her son comes of age to behold it himself where upon the "estate vests immediately in him in expectancy] ______________________________________ Limitation over. This term includes any estate in the same property created or contemplated by the conveyance, to be enjoyed after the first estate granted expires or is exhausted. Lane v. Citizens & Southern Nat. Bank, 195 Ga. 828, 25 S.E.2d 800, 802, 803. Thus, in a gift to A. for life, with remainder to the heirs of his body, the remainder is a "limitation over" to such heirs. Ewing v. Shropshire, 80 Ga. 374, 7 S.E. 554. [In such cases where one purchases land and then grants to future heirs the State can not comeback and make claim to an earlier commercial err for statutory reasons because the land itself is no longer under statutory regulations...PERIOD!!! - This will be pertinent when we discuss land grants in the land class] ______________________________________ Limitation title. Full title, precluding all claims. Free v. Owen, 131 Tex. 281, 113 S.W.2d 1221, 1224. Special limitation. A qualification serving to mark out the bounds of an estate, so as to determine it ipso facto in a given event, without action, entry, or claim, before it would, or might, otherwise expire by force of, or according [Superior by nature in equity man Always has a greter claim to land than any corporation who merely lays claim to property on the land which in fact comes from the land... Every thing they use in commerce was in fact first created From the land - a silly claim in reality! How can one claim property creted from the land if they can not lay claim to the land itself...? Lucifer once stood before God and scooped up a handful of dust and claimed he too could create his own creatures from that dust - God said oh no you don't; I created that dust...! ;) ] _____________________________________ LIMITED to, the general limitation. Henderson v. Hunter, 59 Pa. 340. Title by limitation. A prescriptive title; one which is indefeasible because of the expiration of the time prescribed by the statute of limitations for the bringing of actions to test or defeat it. See Dalton v. Rentaria, 2 Ariz. 275, 15 P. 37. [Prescriptive as indefeasible and meaning not able be "annulled" - ye Are married to the Land If ye have accepted His oath and Are precribed in Ancient Documents to be ordained prophets unto the nations!!! Hallelujiah!!!] _____________________________________ Words of limitation. In a conveyance or will, words which have the effect of marking the duration of an estate are termed "words of limitation." Thus, in a grant to A. and his heirs, the words "and his heirs" are words of limitation, because they show that A. is to take an estate in fee-simple and do not give his heirs anything. Fearne, Rem. 78. And see Ball v. Payne, 6 Rand., Va., 75; Summit v. Yount, 109 Ind. 506, 9 N.E. 582. [This itself is a terminable violation of private rite of wills as it indicates that one can after being granted estate propertyit can no longer be granted because the grant itself has ended by someone elses terminology... NONE OF YOUR BIDNEZZ... An heir can by private rite Grant it himself thereforth...] _____________________________________ Limitation of Actions The term "limitation" means the time at the end of which no action at law or suit in equity can be maintained. Uscienski v. National Sugar Refining Co., 18 A.2d 611, 612, 19 N.J.Misc. 240. American Nat. Ins. Co. v. Hicks, Tex.Com.App., 35 S.W.2d 128, 130, 75 A.L.R. 623. [Let's be clear here - This IS a claim to abandonement!!! Basically saying they will make a law for it if there is none and No one has made a claim in equity - Dads; step up and make that claim upon birth - catch your own heirs and equity is established as the event AND Do NOT let them convey it any other way - they can lay no claims!] _____________________________________ The restriction by statute of the right of action to certain periods of time, after the accruing of the cause of action, beyond which, except in certain specified cases, it will not be allowed. Also the period' of time so limited by law for the bringing of actions. See Keyser v. Lowell, 117 F. 404, 54 C.C.A. 574; Battle v. Shivers, 39 Ga. 409; Baker v. Kelley, 11 Minn. 493 (Gil. 358) ; Riddelsbarger v. Hartford F. Ins. Co., 7 Wall. 390, 19 L.Ed. 257. [Again; more of their SMU statutory bs... Equity never rests!!! This is how they steal your time in courts! QUIT IT!!! Learn how to always live in equity- actions speak louder than words and they take "time"!!! Use your time wisely - quit volunteering it!] ____________________________________ Limitation of Assize In old practice. A certain time prescribed by statute, within which a man was required to allege himself or his ancestor to have been seised of lands sued for by a writ of assize. Cowell. ____________________________________ Statute of Limitations A statute prescribing limitations to the right of action on certain described causes of action; that is, declaring that no suit shall be maintained on such causes of action unless brought within a specified period after the right accrued. Statutes of limitation are statutes of repose. Philadelphia, B. & W. R. Co. v. Quaker City Flour Mills Co., 282 Pa. 362, 127 A. 845, 846, and are such legislative enactments as prescribe the periods within which actions may be brought upon certain claims or within which certain rights may be enforced. People v. Kings County Development Co., 48 Cal. App. 72, 191 P. 1004, 1005. In criminal cases, however, a statute of limitation is an act of grace, a surrendering by sovereign of its right to prosecute. People v. Ross, 325 Ill. 417, 156 N.E. 303, 304. [Just more of their SMU! LOL...] _____________________________________ LIMITED. Restricted; bounded; prescribed. Confined within positive bounds; restricted in duration, extent, or scope. As to limited "Company," "Divorce," "Fee," and "Partnership," see those titles. [Notice here it says "positive bounds"... that means they are patent and observable but distinguished by the characteristics of - thus they go on to explain;'As to limited "Company," "Divorce," "Fee," and "Partnership," see those titles'...] ____________________________________ LIMITED ADMINISTRATION. An administration of a temporary character, granted for a particular period, or for a special or particular purpose. Holthouse. [Intendment of law screws them here - "Administration"... ;) ] ____________________________________ LIMITED APPEAL. An appeal from only adverse portions of a decree; it is limited to the particular portions of the decree appealed from. Fox v. River Heights, 22 Tenn.App. 166, 118 S.W.2d 1104, 1114. [LOL...] ____________________________________ LIMITED COURT. Where special authority, in derogation of common law, is conferred by statute on a court of general jurisdiction, it becomes an "inferior or limited court". Partlow v. Partlow, 246 Ala. 259, 20 So.2d 517, 518. [Again: Intendment of law screws them here - "Administration"... ;) ] ____________________________________ LIMITED EXECUTOR. An executor whose appointment is qualified by limitations as to the time or place wherein, or the subject-matter whereon, the office is to be exercised; as distinguished from one whose appointment is absolute, i. e., certain and immediate, without any restriction in regard to the testator's effects or limitation in point of time. 1 Williams, Ex'rs, 249, et seq. [Again: Intendment of law screws them here - "Administration" is NOT "Executor"... ;) ] ____________________________________ LIMITED GUARANTY. A limited guaranty is ordinarily one restricted in its application to a single transaction. Cooling v. Springer, 3 Terry 228, 30 A.2d 466, 469. [Again: Intendment of law screws them here - "Administration" - a single "form" of Administration - commercial... ;) ] ____________________________________ LIMITED JURISDICTION. This term is ambiguous, and the books sometimes use it without due precision. It is sometimes carelessly employed instead of "special." The true distinction between courts is between such as possess a general and such as have only a special jurisdiction for a particular purpose, or are clothed with special powers for the performance. Obert v. Hammel, 18 N.J.Law, 73. [Saying that ALL their SMU is ambiguous!!!] _____________________________________ LIMITED LIABILITY. The liability of the members of a joint-stock company may be either unlimited or limited; and, if the latter, then the limitation of liability is either the amount, if any, unpaid on the shares, (in which case the limit is said to be "by shares,") or such an amount as the members guaranty in the event of the company being wound up, (in which case the limit is said to be "by guaranty.") Brown. [We; as man; are not liable for their SMU! PERIOD!] _____________________________________ LIMITED OR SPECIAL JURISDICTION. Jurisdiction which is confined to particular causes, or which can be exercised only under the limitations and circumstances prescribed by the statute. Midwest Piping & Supply Co. v. Thomas Spacing Mach. Co., 109 Pa.Super. 571, 167 A. 636, 638. [18 USC 7] _____________________________________ LIMITED OWNER. A tenant for life, in toil, or by the curtesy, or other person not having a feesimple in his absolute disposition. ["Absolute" is key to comprehension - it is paramount - it is pure that truth that we are life tenants in dowery! 1. A person holding land or other real estate under another, either by grant, lease or at will one who has the occupation or temporary possession of lands or tenements whose title is in another as a tenant in tail tenant in common tenant by the curtesy tenant in parcenary tenant for life tenant at will tenant in dower. Our fathers estate of mother earth is the real estate tendered by those who serve Him... THAT is "absolute"...!!! I am limited by that and can not do that which would destroy the estate:] _____________________________________ LIMITED PAYMENT PLAN. A policy upon a "limited payment plan" is a paid-up policy, and insurance upon which no further premium is to be paid. Bankers Life & Loan Ass'n v. Chase, Tex.Civ.App., 114 S.W.2d 374, 376. [All I can do is laugh!!! LOL...] _____________________________________ LIMITED PERIOD. As used in statutes authorizing assignment in actions for divorce and separate maintenance, of homestead selected from separate property of either, to innocent party for limited period, means period of natural life of such innocent party. Greenlee v. Greenlee, 7 Cal. 2d 579, 61 P.2d 1157, 1159. [Says it all right from the start; "As used in statutes"... I was "ordained a prophet" and NOT '"as a prophet"... very distinct and different!] _____________________________________ LIMITED POLICY. Is one specifically excluding certain classes or types of loss. State Compensation Ins. Fund v. Industrial Accident Commission, 56 Cal.App.2d 443, 132 P.2d 890, 894. [Equity regards all loss in effectuating being whole] _____________________________________ LIMITED POWER OF APPOINTMENT. Power of appointment is limited when it is exercisable only in favor of persons or a class of persons designated in the instrument creating the power. Johnstone v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, C.C.A.9, 76 F.2d 55, 57. [Durable Power Of Attorney In Fact settles all powers of "appointment"] _____________________________________ LIMITED PUBLICATION. Communication to a select number on condition, express or implied, that it is not intended to be thereafter common property. Berry v. Hoffman, 125 Pa.Super. 261, 189 A. 516, 519. Waring v. WDAS Broadcasting Station, 327 Pa. 433, 194 A. 631, 636. [Patent rite in good faith of doing His good works can never be limited, particularly and specifically to "Public Domain"...! It is Eminent that all lies be put down!!!]

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