What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Iowa
What is the current legal understanding of Freeman-On-The-Land claim of rights.
A Free Man on the land is a human being in a common law jurisdiction who has revoked consent to be represented and thus goverened and therefore is not subject to any bylaws, orders.
Whereby making a claim of right to ones own sovereignty sets one free from Statuatory law and allows the Freeman to charge via a fee schedule for any violation to his sovereignty through a Notary Public Process. This makes the Freeman exclusively bound to only Common Law. Under Common Law a Freeman would revoke any licenses, social security card, birth certificate.
There is alot more to it but these are the nuts and bolts. Any advice or discussion is appreciated.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?