What Is The Accepted For Value Process?

Posted: August 6, 2013 in One People's Public Trust (OPPT)

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What is “Accepted For Value”  (A4V) Mean Using The Strawman Redemption (UCC)!

What Is Meant By Accepted for Value (A4V)

What is Accepted for Value? The words are making their way across the Internet, but what it actually means is a little obscure. To make it simple, Acceptance for Value is a commercial remedy. What exactly is a remedy? Simple explanation is that a remedy is a commercial right that is acquired through a commercial instrument. For example, any tickets, tax bills,etc…

Accepted for value is an authorized signature on a commercial instrument. Leaving the instrument without an endorsement ( your signature or non-acquiescence) relinquishes remedies that are offered through the instrument by renouncing defects in the instrument.

Acceptance: Is an agreement by a specific act or by incrimination from behaviour, to the terms of an offer which will form a binding contract. If an Acceptance alters the terms or affixes new ones, this is treated as a counter offer.

Acceptance: The taking and receiving of a thing in good part, as if it were an inferred agreement to a prior act, which might have been vanquished or circumvented if such Acceptance was not made.


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UCC 1-201

When there is an instrument resulting from an agreement that has already pre-existed as an agreement or contract, then it would not have to be dispensed for value. The issuer’s safeguards are in the contract.

If the contract of the person who receives the instrument is a U.S. citizen who has received a violation ticket it is not carried out to the fulfillment of the transferor, the person can authenticate the claim with that contract.

If a pre-existing contract does not exist, then the instrument must be issued for value. Issued for value means the same exact thing as issued to receive value. The instrument in itself has no value what so ever when it is issued, it is issued to try and receive value.

It is pursuing a person to agree to accept the offer entirely, which would waive any remedy available. Whenever you receive a bill to collect taxes, or any disciplinary indictments, the assumption of the basis for the issuance of the instrument itself violates U.S. statute.

When neither a contract or a verbal agreement is not involved to act under those statutes, there is no compulsion to pay. All a person needs to do is apply a qualified endorsement (A4V) to the instrument, that will factually turn that instrument into the payment.

The transferee receives a security interest in the instrument and becomes the actual holder in time. The responsibility is retained by the issuer, instead of it being allocated to you. In this situation, you can impose the instrument back to the issuer. Then they would become the transferee.

UCC 1-201. General definitions 44. “Value”. Except as otherwise provided with respect to negotiable instruments and bank collections (sections 3-303, 4-210, 4-211) a person gives “value” for rights if he quires them:

(a) In return for a binding commitment to extend credit or for the extension of immediately available credit whether or not drawn upon and whether or not a charge-back is provided for in the event of difficulties in collection; or

(b) As security for in total or partial satisfaction of a preexisting claim; or

(c) By accepting delivery pursuant to a preexisting contract for purchase; or

(d) Generally, in return for any consideration sufficient to support a simple contract.

1-201 reads that a person must give value to receive rights. If one party is providing value then the other is requested to provide rights in exchange.

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