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Clerk of Court & Records elected for Californian jural society

Californians join Texians

In an Ad Hoc Assembly of the Californian jural society convened for the purpose, a Clerk of Court & Records was elected and seated July 9, 2015 by the Assembly using lawful parliamentary procedure. The jural society is a body politic made up of We the People for the purpose of administering justice. California becomes the second state, along with Texas, with a jural society to administer justice according to the Fundamental Law of the Land.

Each American living in one of the 50 states, being a co-tenant in possession of the sovereignty, which is itself an hereditament from our founding fathers, has not only the right but also the duty to participate in our jural societies, which are on an equal footing with the original States’ jural societies in all respects whatever.

The due process followed by the Californian jural society is documented and is available on request for other Americans to continue their state's jural society. Requests can be sent to the newly elected Clerk of Court & Records of the Californian jural society. [mailto://]

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