A trust has a three element setup but a two party agreement is not a trust law situation, however, if a quasi trust is set up as an office of Creditor, an office of Debtor and an office of Administrator but only two offices were full at any one given time, or one office remained empty, could such a quasi trust be valid? and if one office is empty such as the office of Creditor, does this change the trust standing of the Administrator? well, this may explain how the corporate foreign administrative government has plundered the common law rights of the people…



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