CRIS AUTOMATED ACCOUNTS OF CLERKS All legal tender, United States Notes, issued in blank, by, through or with SS5 agent of, the United States, shall be received at par equivalence, without discount or premium, in payment for all taxes, as rate or sum of credit assessed, on the natural person, or intellectual property, out of a corporate citizen, by government, for the use from the Nation, or Bank-City due this State, or to any county or municipal corporation of this State. The Court Registry Investment System (CRIS), is an United States Note, interest-bearing cash management tool of par, administered by the Administrative Office, of the U.S. Courts, that provides Clerks with an easy, efficient, and safe way to comply with federal reserve system requirements, concerning the handling of, Court Registry, to Certificate Stock Security Funds. The United States Note, money of account, from this State is the dollar-silver coin, cent-a hundred, and millvalue the tenth of a cent-hundred, or the thousandth of a silver-dollar. Public unit accounts and all proceedings in courts, shall in the future be kept, and had in conformity with this California Gov. Code § 6850. All Crimes have CRIS Automated Accounts of Par. ___________________________________ The giving of Federal Reserve Notes does not constitute payment - Echart v Commissioners C.C.A., 42 Fd2d 158 ___________________________________ The use of Federal Reserve Notes is only a promise to pay - Fidelity Savings v Grimes, 131 P2d 894. ___________________________________ Legal Tender(Federal Reserve Notes) are not lawful money nor good for lawful money of the United States - Rains v State, 226 S.W. 189. ___________________________________ Federal Reserve Notes do not operate as payment in the absence of an agreement that they shall constitute payment - Blachshear Mfg. Co. v Harrell, 2 S.E. 2d 766. ___________________________________ Federal Reserve Notes have no value - IRS Code Section 1.1001-1 (4657) C.C.H.). ___________________________________ "As of OCtober 27, 1977, legal tender for discharge of debt is no longer required. That is because legal tender is not in circulation at par with promises to pay credit. There can be no requirement of repayment in legal tender either since legal tender was not loaned[nor in circulation] and payment [or repayment] need only be made in equivalent kind; A negotiable instrument." Fidelity Bank Guarantee v Henwood, 307 U.S. 847 (1939)... ;)

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