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THE CORPORATE STATE OF TEXAS
(U.S. Inc. SUBSIDIARY #28)
JOINS IN THE FRAUD AGAINST THE EUROPEAN PEOPLE


TEXAS, Inc. a U.S. Subsidiary has taken the first step to give pseudo-authority and recognition to a NON-governmental debt-based currency. This is a first step, also, to give recognition to the European Union as a sovereign nation. The Law of Nations outlines what is common law in recognition of sovereignty -- One is the ability to contract (a treaty is a contract), another is the ability to establish and maintain a currency.

The E.U. is little more than a U.N. of Europe on the books. It can not be considered a U.S. form of government, since the people of the various nations did not overwhelmingly approved the creation of a sovereign E.U. nation.

This is not a first for TEXAS, Inc. since it also approved a foreign currency for use within its own borders, in violation of it's own constitution. That foreign debt-based currency is known as Federal Reserve Debt Notes.

However, the act below may be based in FRAUD also!. The Seal of State on the act is an unconstitutional seal, with this fraud being prepetrated by all legislators, governor, and Secretary of State. The seal attached, which is a fraud, is in reality the seal of the CORPORATION and not the sovereign state of Texas! So Europeans may have some argument of the lawfulness of these acts.

In all likelihood, the European Union is but another subsidiary of the UNITED STATES CORPORATION, which is also a subsidiary of record in England to the CORPORATE CROWN.

You have to remember that all this corporate manuevering is not about MONEY.. ITS ABOUT WEALTH.. REAL WEALTH.. YOUR WEALTH.. YOU HAVE SOME AND THEY WANT IT!

Wake up Europe-- Dump the E.U.

Wake up Texas-- Dump the U.S.


Texas Business & Commerce Code
CHAPTER 42. EUROPEAN UNION CURRENCY CONVERSION

42.001. Definitions

In this chapter:

(1) "Euro" means the currency of the member states of the European Community, as amended by the Treaty on European Union. The term is abbreviated as EUR.

(2) "European currency unit" means the currency basket that is periodically used as the unit of account of the European Community, as defined by Regulation No.<sfr>3320/94<efr> of the Council of the European Union and as referred to in Article 109g of the treaty establishing the European Community, as amended by the Treaty on European Union. The term is abbreviated as ECU.

(3) "Treaty on European Union" means the Treaty on European Union of February 7, 1992.

(4) "Introduction of the euro" means the periodic implementation of economic and monetary union in member states of the European Union in accordance with the Treaty on European Union.

Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 971, 1, eff. June 18, 1999.

42.002. Applicability of Chapter

(a) This chapter applies to each contract, security, and instrument, including a commercial contract, governed by the laws of this state.

(b) With respect to currency alteration, other than the introduction of the euro, this chapter does not create any negative inference or negative presumption regarding the validity or enforceability of a contract, security, or instrument denominated wholly or partly in a currency affected by the alteration.

Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 971, 1, eff. June 18, 1999.

42.003. Conflicts of Law

This chapter prevails to the extent of any conflict between this chapter and any other law of this state.

Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 971, 1, eff. June 18, 1999.

42.004. Continuity of Contract

(a) If a subject or medium of payment of a contract, security, or instrument is the European currency unit or a currency that has been substituted or replaced by the euro, the euro is a commercially reasonable substitute and substantial equivalent that may be:

(1) used in determining the value of the European currency unit or currency, as appropriate; or

(2) tendered, in each case, at the conversion rate specified in, and otherwise computed in accordance with, the regulations adopted by the Council of the European Union.

(b) A person may perform any obligation described by Subsection (a) in euros or in the currency or currencies originally designated in the contract, security, or instrument if that currency or those currencies remain legal tender, but the person may not perform those obligations in any other currency, regardless of whether that other currency:

(1) has been substituted or replaced by the euro; or

(2) is considered a denomination of the euro and has a fixed conversion rate with respect to the euro.

(c) The following occurrences are not considered a discharge of, do not excuse performance under, and do not give a party the right to unilaterally alter or terminate a contract, security, or instrument:

(1) the introduction of the euro;

(2) the tender of euros in connection with any obligation described by Subsection (a);

(3) the determination of the value of any obligation described by Subsection (a); or

(4) the computation or determination of the subject or medium of payment of a contract, security, or instrument with reference to an interest rate or any other basis that has been substituted or replaced because of the introduction of the euro and that is a commercially reasonable substitute and substantial equivalent.

Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 971, 1, eff. June 18, 1999.

42.005. Effect on Certain Agreements

This chapter does not alter or impair an agreement between parties that specifically relates to the introduction of the euro.

Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 971, 1, eff. June 18, 1999.

ACTS 1967, 60TH LEGISLATURE, CHAPTER 785

SAVINGS PROVISION

ACTS 1965, 59TH LEGISLATURE, CHAPTER 721, ART. 10,

As Amended by Acts 1967, 60th Leg., p. 1986, Ch. 735







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