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Donations to Team Law

Postby Magnum7918 » Wednesday July 6th, 2005 2:34 pm MDT

Sir Does one need to make a donation of the entire amount needed to nominate a Teamlaw beneficiairy at one time or can one make small say monthly donations and when the level of money donated reaches the required level make their nomination?

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Postby Bayaba » Wednesday July 6th, 2005 5:27 pm MDT

Additionally, if one pays Team Law to go over the paperwork for a Land Patant, I believe it is $200, and then continues to make donations, would the $200 apply against the donations necessary for the naming of a beneficiary?

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Re: donations to Teamlaw

Postby Admin » Thursday July 7th, 2005 2:13 pm MDT

:h: magnum7918
All donations, regardless of size, are accepted as support of what Team Law has already accomplished; as such donations are nonrefundable, in part or in whole. We note the source of all donations and when the total donations from any given donor reach a beneficial donation amount we grant that donor the privilege of nominating a beneficiary.
Donations are recognized as beneficial donations at the following amounts:
  • Individual ............................................... $695.00
  • Family ..................................................... $945.00
  • Add a Beneficiary's immediate Family ..... $250.00
As always, depending on the beneficial donation, any donor can nominate any live man, woman, child or family, with the exclusion that donors can never nominate themselves. There are no time limits for donation accumulations.

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Postby Admin » Thursday July 7th, 2005 2:30 pm MDT

:h: Bayaba,
We’re glad you asked this question on our forum because, surprisingly, we get this question a lot!
Please pardon our ignorance, because we’ve never understood how anyone comes up with this question:
Bayaba wrote:If one pays Team Law $200 (for some product or service) … would the $200 apply against the donations necessary for the naming of a beneficiary?
The answer to this question seems self explanatory. Donations to Team Law are just that — donations. By definition, donations are freely given gifts, with no recourse. By definition, a payment for products or services is not and cannot be considered a donation. Therefore, the obvious answer is, “No; payments are never considered as or applied to donations. Doing so would defeat the purpose of the donations.”

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Liberty Dollars

Postby Yahooshua » Sunday July 24th, 2005 5:37 am MDT

Does Team Law accept donations in Liberty Dollars or electronic Liberty Dollars?

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Re: Liberty Dollars

Postby Admin » Monday July 25th, 2005 1:41 am MDT

:h: Yahooshua,
Yes, Team Law does accept Liberty dollars. Team Law is registered as a NORFED redemption center; however, Donation recognition values are set according to the most common means of exchange, that being FRNs. You may notice that our Order Form shows an exchange rate for payments made in Gold; thus where the exchangeable value of NORFED dollars varies as silver rates change, so does its exchange rate as compared to the FRN trade values. NORFED Dollars are accordingly accepted for donations at their marketable exchange rate or alternatively at their direct value in accord with silver spot prices plus a seven percent handling fee.

The reason this is so is, when Team Law registered with NORFED, the exchange rate was set by NORFED at one Liberty Dollar for one FRN. Then NORFED started to discount their money, which devaluated all of the NORFED dollars Team Law already had. Since NORFED has marketed that it will revaluate their coins if the price of silver goes beyond a certain amount; which would again, devaluate all of the NORFED dollars that Team Law already has. This being the case we had to stabilize the value of such trades by recognizing that the only value in a hard money system is that such a system is locked to the value of the commodity. Where NORFED dollars are not locked either to the trade value of the commodity or to the exchange value of the commonly used FRNs, NORFED’s prices and values are infinitely flexible within the marketplace and thus loose their value as a replacement monetary system.

This is not to say that they do not have an exquisite value in a local marketplace where merchants exchange NORFED Dollars in a one for one relationship to their prices with their regular customers. As Published by NORFED, such a pattern keeps funds and purchases locked into a local area thus causing local growth. That actually allows local merchants to even raise their prices and with the NORFED dollars provide their local customers a discount that recycles within the community.

In a large open marketplace no such advantage exists. Whereas, donations to Team Law are made to support Team Law for what Team Law has already done, and whereas the expenses for what we have accomplished were made in FRNs, FRNs are the base system upon which all donations are calculated.

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Donations

Postby Comingoutofit » Sunday October 2nd, 2005 7:18 am MDT

I need to be clear about the donations. My question is if my husband donates say $695.00 would he then be able to nominate me, his spouse, as a beneficiary?
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Re: Donations

Postby Admin » Sunday October 2nd, 2005 1:14 pm MDT

:h: Linda,
The rules are, “Anyone can make donations to Team Law” and “No donor can nominate themselves for a Team Law Beneficiary Endowment.” Therefore, if a spouses are not General Partners, then yes, a spouse can make donations and receive the privilege of nominating anyone other than themselves and where they are not the same person as their spouse, they can nominate their spouse for an endowment. The limitation against the spouse as a General Partner should be obvious because General Partners are equally, collectively and severably liable for their respective obligations. Thus, in "community property" states, unless the marriage was set with a prenuptual agreement limiting the spouses from the default partnership, the spouses are recognized as general partners; and, in such cases, they cannot nominate their respective spouse. Even with that information, some people still wonder if they have a general partnership in their marriage; thus, we ask them, “Do you use a joint checking account?” If they answer, “Yes.” They most likely have a general partnership. When people know no other person that will nominate them, they might want to look at The Way of Kings™ because they nominate their Patrons for lifetime Team Law Beneficiary Endowments.

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Postby Gabo » Tuesday October 4th, 2005 6:26 pm MDT

Through what avenues could a person such as myself, who doesn't know anyone else that would nominate me as a beneficiary, pursue to achieve beneficiary status?

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Postby Ragnarok » Tuesday October 4th, 2005 8:25 pm MDT

I'd like input on this too. Seems to me you could have a friend make a donation, then that friend could nominate you? I could be wrong. Admin, your thoughts?

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beneficiary process

Postby marksgirl » Friday October 7th, 2005 11:44 am MDT

I've made a donation because I think your site is great and the information very important. I also made a beneficiary nomination. How long will it be before either myself or that person hears from you on the process?

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Re: beneficiary process

Postby Admin » Friday October 7th, 2005 6:35 pm MDT

:h: Marksgirl,

Thank you for your support!

As soon as our fulfillment office receives a donation or hears about a properly made nomination they generate the Team Law Beneficiary Agreement and send it to the nominee in United States Postal Service Priority Mail. That means that if a donation is made through PayPal and we are notified, of a qualified nomination, the nominee could actually receive the Team Law Beneficiary Endowment two days latter. If you have any questions regarding such you may feel free to call our fulfillment office Monday through Friday during business hours (8:00am to 5:00pm MT)and they can tell you whatever you need to know. (the phone number is on page 9 of the WARN newsletter.)

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