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Ecclesiastical Deed Poll

Per Curiam Divina

We, the Divine Immortal Spirit, expressed in Trust, to the Living Flesh known as [first name] of the Clann [surname], hereby give life and personality to this sacred irrevocable deed through Our seal in blood and agreement to the conveyance and terms pronounced herein:

1. While We have expressed in Trust Our real property and while no consent has been given, nor protest otherwise made that such conveyance is unlawful, We bring attention to Our Mistake of fact by failing to give proper notice of our competent living status; and

2. As our actions and this instrument make Our status clear, any temporary testamentary trust, cestui que vie or derivative thereof formed upon such errors of presumption as Our abandonment, loss, death or incompetence must be immediately dissolved, including a full account provided to Us without delay;

and

3. To ensure no further mistakes are made by any party, we give further notice that all acts in commerce or law We engage as surety of Our Trust [first name] Clann [surname] and kindly ask you to update your records; and

4. Furthermore, We gratefully decline any offer of coercive or punitive Benefits from any and all Estates which you and your colleagues administer. As a result, any charges sent to us by mistake will be duly returned to you for discharge in accordance with the law; and

5. As We have given proper notice that We have ceased any further injury, you acknowledge that no further demands, debts or actions shall be issued against Us in claiming injury as surety to the property you administer; and

6. Receipt of this Deed Poll is your acknowledgement and acceptance.

[Thumb print in blood]

[Name, Position Address and details of Roman Officer who issued summons/demand]

____________________________________________________________

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I found this article on https://one-heaven.org/canons_positive_law/article_1330.htm:

Article 133-Ecclesiastical Deed Poll

Canon 1553

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is a valid Form of Deed Poll and therefore Deed and Contract whereby a True Person first expresses, affirms and conveys certain rights to another party who are then lawfully bound upon proof of receipt.

Canon 1554

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is primarily different from a standard Deed Poll in that a True Person evokes their Divine Rights conveyed on Robin-egg blue paper and sealed in blood to a Roman Person who has sought to usurp or abrogate these rights.

Canon 1555

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is permitted to be issued when an inferior Roman Person rejects the rule of law and seeks to assert an untenable and illogical position of superior rights over Divine Law.

Canon 1556

Only a True Person may issue an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll. By definition an inferior Roman Person has no authority to issue an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll.

Canon 1557

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must always be on robin-egg blue paper in recognition and respect of its status as a Divine Notice with the full authority of One Heaven, in particular the Sacred Rota and twelve Apostolic Prothonotaries as well as Apostolic Prothorabban of the Divine Sanhedrin.

Canon 1558

A valid Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must always be sealed in the blood of the Trustee of the True Trust issuing it by using their thumbprint for the following fundamental reasons:

(i) The blood of the Trustee of the True Trust and the content of the Ecclesiastical Deed Poll prove the fraud and error of the continued existence of any Cestui Que (Vie) Trust in assuming the body is 'dead'; and

(ii) The infusing of the blood of the Trustee onto the paper breathes life into the paper, creating an instrument superior in standing than even an inferior Roman Papal Bull.

Therefore, if the document is dishonored, then all documents ever issued by any society under Roman law must also by definition be null and void; and

(iii) The use of blood in this manner perfects an unbreakable seal of an unbreakable deed and contract. Therefore, any inferior Roman court that usurps it openly admits that contract law under inferior Roman law no longer exists.

Canon 1559

When an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is issued, it is under the Supreme Court of One Heaven with the full authority of the Divine Creator and all inferior courts including the Sacred Rota. Hence the term Per Curiam Divina is always included to make clear to the inferior Roman person the absolute authority of the instrument.

Canon 1560

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While a True Person issues an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll, it is ultimately a Divine Notice of Protest and Dishonor from the Divine Creator. Therefore, the dishonor of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is the most grievous injury of the law and blasphemy to all believed to be Divine.

Canon 1561

When an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is dishonored by a representative of Roman law, Sharia law or Talmudic law, it is public notice by all officials of those religions and systems that they do not believe in the Divine and that all their law is by definition null and void.

Canon 1562

When a Roman slave under inferior Roman law repudiates a valid Ecclesiastical Deed Poll then by definition all acts undertaken with the assumed authority of Sacred Rota by any clerk, protonotary, prothonotary, plenipotentiary or minister are null and void, including and not limited to any warrants, summons, orders, decrees.

Canon 1563

An Ecclesiastical Deed Poll must always be on robin-egg blue paper and glued strongly to the reverse of a copy of the 1st page of any notice, demand, summons sent by the inferior Roman Person.

Canon 1565

No date or time is permitted to be written onto an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll as it is issued from the Divine from the beginning.

Canon 1566

No signature on an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is permitted by the True Person as a signature is a sign of a Roman slave. If a signature is included by the True Person by mistake, it shall have no material effect.

Canon 1567

No registration sticker or mark is permitted to be pasted onto the Ecclesiastical Deed Poll as proof of delivery is sufficient for the Deed to be validly executed.

Canon 1568

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No bolding or underlining of words is permitted, nor the editing of words except the replacement of words indicated in brackets (including the brackets themselves).

Canon 1569

No reference to these canons, One Heaven or Ucadia are required on an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll as the instrument is between a True Person, the Divine Creator and the official of the inferior Juridic Person who dares defy and usurp their own laws..

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These private secret trusts are set up under Canonum De Ius Positivum
Canons of Positive Law...and yes there are at least 3..the certificate of birth, the ssn, and the driver license all have a private secret trust attached.

Since 1933, when a child is borne in a State (Estate) under inferior Roman law, three (3) Cestui Que (Vie) Trusts are created upon certain Canon 2048
presumptions, specifically designed to deny the child forever any rights of Real Property, any Rights as a Free Person and any Rights to be known as man and woman rather than a creature or animal, by claiming and possessing their Soul or Spirit.

Canon 2049
Since 1933, upon a new child being borne, the Executors or Administrators of the higher Estate willingly and knowingly convey the beneficial entitlements of the child as Beneficiary into the 1st Cestui Que(Vie) Trust in the form of a Registry Number by registering the Name, thereby also creating the Corporate Person and denying the child any rights as an owner of Real Property.

Canon 2050
Since 1933, when a child is borne, the Executors or Administrators of the higher Estate knowingly and willingly claim the baby as chattel to the Estate. The slave baby contract is then created by honoring the ancient tradition of either having the ink impression of the feet of the baby onto the live birth record, or a drop of its blood as well as tricking the parents to signing the baby away through the deceitful legal meanings on the live birth record. This live birth record as a promissory note is converted into a slave bond sold to the private reserve bank of the estate and then conveyed into a 2nd and separate Cestui Que (Vie) Trust per child owned by the bank. Upon the promissory note reaching maturity and the bank being unable to “seize” the slave child, a maritime lien is lawfully issued to “salvage” the lost property and itself monetized as currency issued in series against the Cestui Que (Vie) Trust.

Canon 2051
Each Cestui Que Vie Trust created since 1933 represents one of the 3 Crowns representing the 3 claims of property of the Roman Cult, being Real Property, Personal Property and Ecclesiastical Property and the denial of any rights to men and women, other than those chosen as loyal members of the society and as Executors and Administrators.

Canon 2052
The Three (3) Cestui Que Vie Trusts are the specific denial of rights of Real Property, Personal Property and Ecclesiastical Property for most men and women, corresponds exactly to the three forms of law available to the Galla of the Bar Association Courts. The first form of law is corporate commercial law is effective because of the 1st Cestui Que Vie Trust. The second form of law is maritime and trust law is effective because of the 2nd Cestui Que Vie Trust. The 3rd form of law is Talmudic and Roman Cult law is effective because of the 3rd Cestui Que Vie Trust of Baptism.

Canon 2053
The Birth Certificate issued under Roman Law represents the modern equivalent to the Settlement Certificates of the 17th century and signifies the holder as a pauper and effectively a Roman Slave. The Birth Certificate has no direct relationship to the private secret trusts controlled by the private banking network, nor can it be used to force the administration of a state or nation to divulge the existence of these secret trusts.

Canon 2054
As the Cestui Que Vie Trusts are created as private secret trusts on multiple presumptions including the ongoing bankruptcy of certain national estates, they remain the claimed private property of the Roman Cult banks and therefore cannot be directly claimed or used.

Canon 2055
While the private secret trusts of the private central banks cannot be directly addressed, they are still formed on certain presumptions of law including claimed ownership of the name, the body, the mind and soul of infants, men and women. Each and every man and woman has the absolute right to rebuke and reject such false presumptions as holder of their own title.

Canon 2056
Given the private secret trusts of the private central banks are created on false presumptions, when a man or woman makes clear their Live Borne Record and claim over their own name, body, mind and soul, any such trust based on such false presumptions ceases to have any property.

Canon 2057
Any Administrator or Executor that refuses to immediately dissolve a Cestui Que (Vie) Trust, upon a Person establishing their status and competency, is guilty of fraud and fundamental breach of their fiduciary duties requiring their immediate removal and punishment..

Canon 2124
When a person has re-established their competent living status, then by law the Cestui Que (Vie) Trust is dissolved and they return to being acknowledged as a beneficiary or a some higher standing if a trust. In either case, it is both unlawful and a serious fraud against the law to seek Income Taxes once the Cestui Que Vie is dissolved and no (dead) body corporate exists to use as argument for rent.

Canon 2127
When a person has re-established their competent living status, then no Cestui Que (Vie) Trust may exist in their place. Therefore, a Company must be formed as a Trust instead of a Cestui Que Vie and company tax cannot be charged for rent under its present form.

A Change of Name Deed Poll (commonly referred to as a Deed Poll) is a document used to change a person's name. It can be used to change a full name, forename(s), surname, add names, remove names, change the spelling of a name or rearrange existing names.

This Change of Name Deed Poll can be used to change any of the following:

  • Name of an Individual adult
  • Name of an Individual child
  • Surname of a Family with children
  • Surname of a Married Couple (no children)
  • Surname of a Couple in a Civil Partnership (no children)

See below for more detailed information on each type of Change of Name Deed Poll as the rules vary according to the type of change of name required.

This Change of Name Deed Poll can ONLY be used for British Citizens, Commonwealth Citizens, British Overseas Citizens (BOCs) and British Overseas Territories Citizens (BOTCs).

Foreign persons may wish to use this Change of Name Deed Poll but the person would need to check with their local embassy or consulate to see if the document is acceptable in their own country.

There is a system of 'enrolment' whereby a Change of Name Deed Poll and supporting documentation are sent to the Royal Courts of Justice and the change of name is put on public record and advertised in the London Gazette. Enrolment costs £36 per adult/child and cheques are payable to HMCTS. Enrolment provides absolute proof that a person's name was changed which is necessary to update a name on some documents (e.g. a child's passport).

I) CHANGE OF NAME DEED POLL FOR AN INDIVIDUAL ADULT

Any individual over the age of 18 has the right to change their own name in the United Kingdom. A signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll enables a person to get official documents and records changed to the new name including a passport, driving licence, bank and building society accounts, credit cards, medical records, HMRC records etc.

Enrolment of a Change of Name Deed Poll for an adult

There is no legal requirement to enrol a Change of Name Deed Poll and this Change of Name Deed Poll will be sufficient to change a person's name.

In order for a Change of Name Deed Poll to be enrolled, a Statutory Declaration (included in this document) with supporting documentation (detailed below) and a Notice to the London Gazette (included in this document) must be sent with the Change of Name Deed Poll in order to enrol the change of name.

The Statutory Declaration must be signed under oath by a person who owns a home in the United Kingdom and who has known the person who is changing their name for at least 10 years (a 'Declarant'). The Statutory Declaration must exhibit the following supporting documentation:

  • Exhibit A : Copy of the signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll;
  • Exhibit B : Copy of Proof of Citizenship of the adult (e.g. a birth certificate);
  • (If applicable) Exhibit C: Copy of the Marriage Certificate (if married) or Copy of the Civil Partnership Licence (if a civil partner) or Copy of the Decree Nisi (if divorced) or Copy of the Order of Dissolution of the Civil Partnership (if a civil partnership was dissolved).

The following wording must be written on each Exhibit:

'This is the Exhibit marked 'A' (or 'B' or 'C') referred to in the Declaration of

(Declarant's name)

declared before me

(name of solicitor, notary public, etc.)

this (day) day of (month) in the year (year).'

The Statutory Declaration must be SIGNED AND SWORN UNDER OATH in the presence of either a solicitor, a commissioner for oaths, a notary public or an officer of the Senior Court. A fee will be chargeable for this service. Separate arrangements must therefore be made for the Statutory Declaration to be sworn under oath.

If the person changing their name is married or is in a civil partnership then the spouse or civil partner must give their consent to the change of name. If the spouse or civil partner is not available to sign this document, then the person changing their name can simply send a written notice (letter by registered mail) to their spouse or civil partner notifying them of the change of name. This written notice to the spouse or civil partner must then be included in the application to enrol the change of name.

There may be circumstances where the person cannot send a written notice to their spouse or civil partner, such circumstances may be:

  • The person is separated from their spouse or civil partner and does not have their contact details;
  • The person's spouse or civil partner has a 'no contact'/restraining court order issued against them;
  • The person has no contact with their spouse or civil partner due to domestic violence and/or abuse.

In such circumstances, the person must seek the services of a solicitor to prepare an affidavit confirming the reasons why the notice of change of name cannot be given to the spouse or civil partner. This affidavit must then be included in the application to enrol the change of name.

II) CHANGE OF NAME DEED POLL FOR AN INDIVIDUAL CHILD

If a child under 18 is changing their name, then the Change of Name Deed Poll must made by at least one of the child's parent(s) or legal guardian(s) on behalf of the child. All other persons with parental responsibility for the child must give their consent to the child's change of name.

Enrolment of Change of Name Deed Poll for a child

Enrolment is necessary if a child's passport needs to be updated to the new name. In order for a Change of Name Deed Poll to be enrolled for a child, a Statutory Declaration (included in this document) with supporting documentation (detailed below), an Affidavit of Best Interest (included in this document) and a Notice to the London Gazette (included in this document) must be sent with the Change of Name Deed Poll in order to enrol the change of name.

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If a person with parental responsibility is unavailable to give consent, then the services of a solicitor must be used to prepare an affidavit attesting why a person with parental responsibility is unable to give consent. This affidavit must then be included in the application to enrol the change of name.
The Statutory Declaration must be signed under oath by a person who owns a home in the United Kingdom and who has known the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) who have applied for the change of name of the child for at least 10 years. The Statutory Declaration must exhibit the following documents:

  • Exhibit A : Copy of the signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll;
  • Exhibit B : Copy of the Proof of Citizenship of the child (e.g. birth certificate).

The following wording must be written on each Exhibit:

'This is the Exhibit marked 'A' (or 'B') referred to in the Declaration of

(Declarant's name)

declared before me

(name of solicitor, commissioner for oath etc)

this (day) day of (month) in the year (year).'

The Statutory Declaration AND Affidavit of Best Interest must be SIGNED AND SWORN UNDER OATH in the presence of a solicitor, a commissioner for oaths, a notary public, or an officer of the Senior Court. A fee will be chargeable for this service. Separate arrangements must therefore be made for the Statutory Declaration and Affidavit of Best Interest to be sworn under oath.

III) CHANGE OF NAME DEED POLL TO CHANGE THE SURNAME OF A FAMILY WITH A CHILD or CHILDREN

In situations where a family is seeking to change their surname then this Change of Name Deed Poll can be used to change each family member's surname at the same time.

Enrolment of a Change of Name Deed Poll for a family

In order for a family Change of Name Deed Poll to be enrolled, a Statutory Declaration for a family (included in this document) with supporting documentation (detailed below), an Affidavit of Best Interest (included in this document) and Notices to the London Gazette (included in this document) must be sent with the Change of Name Deed Poll in order to enrol the change of name.
The Statutory Declaration must be signed under oath by a person who owns a home in the United Kingdom and who has known the adult family members for at least 10 years (a 'Declarant'). The Declarant should also know the child/children whose surname is also being changed. The Statutory Declaration must exhibit the following supporting documentation:

  • Exhibit 'A' : Copy of the signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll;
  • Exhibit '#' : Copies of Proof of Citizenship for ALL adults and ALL children (e.g. birth certificates). Each certificate must be exhibited separately with its own identifying letter. Check the Statutory Declaration as this states the Exhibit letter for each certificate.
  • (If applicable) Exhibit '#' : Copy of the Marriage Certificate (if married) or Copy of the Civil Partnership Licence (if a civil partner) or Copy of the Decree Nisi (if divorced) or Copy of the Order of Dissolution of the Civil Partnership (if a civil partnership was dissolved). Check the Statutory Declaration as this states the Exhibit letter for the document.

The following wording must be written on each Exhibit:

'This is the Exhibit marked 'A' (or 'B' or 'C' or 'D' etc.) referred to in the Declaration of

(Declarant's name)

declared before me

(name of solicitor, notary public, etc.)

this (day) day of (month) in the year (year).'

The Statutory Declaration AND Affidavit of Best Interest must be SIGNED AND SWORN UNDER OATH in the presence of a solicitor, a commissioner for oaths, a notary public or an officer of the Senior Court. A fee will be chargeable for this service. Separate arrangements must therefore be made for the Statutory Declaration and Affidavit of Best Interest to be sworn under oath.

IV) CHANGE OF NAME DEED POLL FOR A MARRIED COUPLE OR COUPLE IN A CIVIL PARTNERSHIP

In a case where a couple is seeking to change their surname then this Change of Name Deed Poll can be used to change both surnames at the same time.

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Enrolment of a Change of Name Deed Poll for a couple

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There is no legal requirement for couples to enrol a Change of Name Deed Poll and this Change of Name Deed Poll will be sufficient to change a couple's surname.

In order for a Change of Name Deed Poll to be enrolled, the Statutory Declarations (one per person and included in this document) with supporting documentation (detailed below) and the Notices to the London Gazette (one per person and included in this document) must be sent with the Change of Name Deed Poll in order to enrol the change of name.
Each Statutory Declaration must be signed under oath by a person who owns a home in the United Kingdom and who has known the adult who is changing their surname for at least 10 years (a 'Declarant'). Each Statutory Declaration must exhibit the following supporting documentation:

  • Exhibit A : Copy of the signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll;
  • Exhibit B : Copy of Proof of Citizenship of the adult e.g. a birth certificate;
  • Exhibit C : Copy of the Marriage Certificate (if married) or Copy of the Civil Partnership Licence (if in a civil partnership).

The following wording must be written on each Exhibit:

'This is the Exhibit marked 'A' (or 'B' or 'C') referred to in the Declaration of

(Declarant's name)

declared before me

(name of solicitor, notary public, etc.)

this (day) day of (month) in the year (year).'

Each Statutory Declaration must be SIGNED AND SWORN UNDER OATH in the presence of a solicitor, a commissioner for oaths, a notary public, or an officer of the Senior Court. Such persons will charge a fee for this service. Separate arrangements must therefore be made for each Statutory Declaration to be sworn under oath.


How to use this document

Select the type of document that is required at the beginning i.e. name of an individual adult, name of an individual child, surname of a family, surname of a married couple or surname of couple in a civil partnership.

If the Change of Name Deed Poll is NOT being enrolled

The Change of Name Deed Poll should be completed in full, printed and signed where indicated in the signature section. As this document is a deed, the signature(s) need to be witnessed by one independent person. The witness should sign and complete the information as indicated in the witness signature section of the Change of Name Deed Poll.

The applicant(s) may now proceed to change their name on their passport, driving licence, bank and building society accounts, credit cards, medical records, HMRC records etc.

If the Change of Name Deed Poll is being enrolled

The applicant(s) must find a person who has known them for at least 10 years and who owns a home in the United Kingdom (the 'Declarant') and who is available to sign the Statutory Declaration(s) that accompany the Change of Name Deed Poll.

The Change of Name Deed Poll should then be completed in full, printed and signed by the adult applicant(s). As the document is being enrolled, the signature(s) need to be witnessed by TWO independent people. Such witnesses should sign and complete the information as indicated in each witness signature section of the Change of Name Deed Poll.

If the applicant is married or in a civil partnership, a Change of Name Deed Poll for an adult must be signed by the applicant's spouse or civil partner. The spouse or civil partner should sign where indicated in the signature section of the Change of Name Deed Poll. If the spouse or civil partner is unavailable, a letter of notification of the change of name to the spouse/civil partner or an Affidavit stating why notice cannot be given can be included in the application.

A Change of Name Deed Poll for a family or child should also be signed by any child who is aged over 16 whose signature(s) must also be witnessed by TWO independent people. The document must also be signed by any person who has parental responsibility who is not named at the beginning of the document. Such persons should sign where indicated in the signature section of the Change of Name Deed Poll.

This Statutory Declaration should be prepared with the Exhibits as set out above. The applicant(s) then need to arrange for the Statutory Declaration(s) and any Affidavit of Best Interest (if children's names are being changed) to be sworn in front of a solicitor, commissioner for oaths, a notary public or an officer of the Senior Court. Such persons will charge a fee for this service.

The signed and witnessed Change of Name Deed Poll, the sworn Statutory Declaration(s) with marked Exhibits; the Notice(s) to the London Gazette; if applicable, the sworn Affidavit of Best Interest and a cheque should be sent by registered mail to the address stated on the UK Government's website.

The applicant(s) will then receive confirmation of the enrolled change of name and a copy (or copies if more than one person) of the London Gazette evidencing that the change of name was advertised. The applicant(s) may now proceed to change their name on their passport, driving licence, bank and building society accounts, credit cards, medical records, HMRC records etc.

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There is no time limit within which an applicant for a change of name needs to apply for enrolment, this can be done at any time following execution of the change of name documentation.


Applicable law

Human Rights Act 1998

British Nationalities Act 1981

Enrolment of Deeds (Change of Name) Regulations 1994

Statutory Declarations Act 1835

Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 s 1(2), (3)


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