Mortgage Settlement Checks And Other Kinds of Mortgage Debt Payments
April 9, 2017
There are two kinds of mortgage settlement checks that you can pay off your home or commercial mortgage debt beside the bank check, cash, money, or federal reserve note that you banks asks for. Most people and the bank employees think that you need money to pay off your mortgage whether it be on your home or commercial property, but the international, corporate banks’ CFO knows that this is simply not true. You can pay the bank mortgage loan debt in full in two other ways due to the debt law passed in 1933 by then President T. Roosevelt. These are:
1. The International Bill of Exchange, IBE, used as a mortgage settlement check, but sometimes not accepted by your bank, servicer, lender, trustee, or investor, but are legal and binding.
2. The International Promissory Note, IPN, also used as a mortgage settlement check, which are legal tender under the United Nations, UCC, and United States law.
3. Where can you get the mortgage settlement checks known as the International Promissory Note to settle a commercial property or home mortgage debt.
The International Bill of Exchange is used mostly outside the United States of America, but do fall under the United Nations as a mortgage settlement check to pay off any mortgage debt within the United States according to Federal Laws, but let us concentrate on the International Promissory Note that has the same force as a Federal Reserve Note that you carry around in your purse or wallet representing money, but is nothing more than a debt instrument. It also has the same effect as a Bank check, cashier check, money order, or money.
The International Promissory Note, IPN, for mortgage debt payments, is also known as a Bankers Acceptance Note, and is the same method of payment as the Federal Reserve Note in that, “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE.” authorized by the UNITED NATIONS, (UNCITRAL Convention), Federal Government, UCC, United States Laws, and World Law. The IPN is not just a promissory note that some banks may not accept where you list the U S Treasury Head as the payer of your debt. You as a Private Banker, Financial Institution, and Financial Agency pursuant to 31 U.S.C. § 5312 can use the IPN as legal tender as a mortgage settlement check to pay off your home mortgage lien or commercial lien for mortgage debt payments in full? The International Promissory Note is drawn in particular to the United Nations (UNCITRAL) Convention on International Bills of Exchange and International Promissory Notes, Articles 2-10, 12, 13, 36, 39, 46, 47, and 55. The IPN constitutes Makers (YOU) UNCONDITIONAL PROMISE to pay ON DEMAND / AT SIGHT. This Instrument is redeemable in lawful currency of exchange in accordance with 12 U.S.C. § 411.
Pursuant to (U.C.C. § 3-311) F.S § 673.3111, The IPN Instrument can be tendered in full satisfaction of the claim regarding the alleged mortgage debt payments. The BANKER’S ACCEPTANCE Note, IPN, presented by you for a special deposit is a statutory legal tender obligation of THE UNITED STATES and is in accordance with “Public Policy” established in HJR-192 of June 5, 1933, Chapter 48, 48 Stat. 112-113, Public Law 73-10, US Supreme Court case Guaranty Trust Company of New York vs. Henwood et al., 307 U.S. 247 (FN3), 31 U.S.C. § 5118 (d) (2) and in accordance with 31 U.S.C. § 5103 and 18 USC § 8, such instruments are “national bank currency” and thereby ‘coin or currency of the United States’ by statutory definition. If a bank refuses a properly rendered instrument, IPN, the debt is discharged pursuant to (U.C.C. § 3-603(b)), F.S. §673.6031 and all other State’s debt discharge statutes.
You can get the mortgage settlement checks known as the International Promissory Note to settle your commercial property or home mortgage debt payments below. The IPN is different from the Promissory Note or Bill of Exchange in that the IPN is accepted by the bank CFO as the legal tender that it truly is since 1933.