Age of Majority Definition:

An age generally specified by statute, at which time, upon an individual is given the full gamut of legal rights and responsibilities generally available to an adult of sound mind. 

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REMEMBER, THE ALL CAPS NAME IS JUST AN ‘ACCOUNT’ (“PERSONS” ARE BODY CORPORATES under the ‘Canada Business Corporation Act’, amongst many others Statutes….) and therefore the ALL CAPITALIZE NAMES are already a DEAD VESSEL, or a CORPORATONS with NO “WILL, NO OWNER, and possibly DEADV (under any presumption; ie: de facto-dishonest-games) of language), etc…,  THUS sitting in a custody (Trust) relationship with the Foreign Entity doing the Administration for its estate.  Thus, in short, legalization of particular “issues” becomes important to create substance for intangible and substantive property,

cap·i·tal·ize (kp-tl-z)
v. cap·i·tal·ized, cap·i·tal·iz·ing, cap·i·tal·iz·es
1. To use as or convert into capital.
2. To supply with capital or investment funds: capitalize a new
3. To authorize the issue of a certain amount of capital stock of:
capitalize a corporation.
4. To convert (debt) into capital stock or shares.
5. To calculate the current value of (a future stream of earnings or
cash flows).
6. To include (expenditures) in business accounts as assets instead of
a. To write or print in capital letters.
b. To begin a word with a capital letter.
To turn something to one’s advantage; benefit: capitalize on an
opponent’s error. See Synonyms at benefit.
capi·tal·iza·ble adj.


Legalization (also spelled legalisation) is the process of removing a legal prohibition against something which is currently not legal.

Legalization is a process often applied to what are regarded, by those working towards legalization, as victimless crimes, of which one example is the consumption of illegal drugs (see drug legalization).

Legalization should be contrasted with decriminalization, which removes criminal charges from an action, but leaves intact associated laws and regulations.

Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person by resolving all claims and distributing the deceased person’s property under the valid will. A surrogate court decides the validity of a testator’s will. A probate interprets the instructions of the deceased, decides the executor as the personal representative of the estate, and adjudicates the interests of heirs and other parties who may have claims against the estate.…

Probate is the legal process of distributing your assets according to your wishes, which includes determining the validity of your will, gathering your assets, paying your debts and taxes and then distributing the remaining assets according to your last will. To get the process started Your Personal Representative, the Executor, will submit your will to probate court to have it validated. The main advantage of probate is that the probate court is supervising the entire proceedings, and the probate laws are being followed.

probate 1) n. the process of proving a will is valid and thereafter administering the estate of a dead person according to the terms of the will. The first step is to file the purported will with the clerk of the appropriate court in the county where the deceased person lived, along with a petition to have the court approve the will and appoint the executor named in the will (or if none is available, then an administrator) with declarations of a person who had signed the will as a witness. If the court determines the will is valid, the court then “admits” the will to probate. 2) n. a general term for the entire process of administration of estates of dead persons, including those without wills, with court supervision. The means of “avoiding” probate exist, including creating trusts in which all possessions are handled by a trustee, making lifetime gifts, or putting all substantial property in joint tenancy with an automatic right of survivorship in the joint owner. Even if there is a will, probate may not be necessary if the estate is small with no real estate title to be transferred, or all of the estate is either jointly owned or community property. Reasons for avoiding probate are the fees set by statute and/or the court (depending on state laws) for attorneys, executors and administrators, the need to publish notices, court hearings, paperwork, the public nature of the proceedings, and delays while waiting for creditors to file claims even when the deceased owed no one. 3) v. to prove a will in court and proceed with administration of a deceased’s estate under court supervision. 4) adj. reference to the appropriate court for handling estate matters, as in “probate court.” (See: will, executor, administrator)

Title is a legal term for a bundle of rights in a piece of property in which a party may own either a legal interest or an equitable interest. [1] The rights in the bundle may be separated and held by different parties. It may also refer to a formal document that serves as evidence of ownership. Conveyance of the document may be required in order to transfer ownership in the property to another person. Title is distinct from possession, a right that often accompanies ownership but is not necessarily sufficient to prove it. In many cases, both possession and title may be transferred independently of each other.

A deed is any legal instrument in writing which passes, or affirms or confirms something which passes, an interest, right, or property and that is signed, attested, delivered, and in some jurisdictions sealed. A deed, also known as an instrument in solemn form, is the most formal type of private instrument requiring not only the maker of the deed (grantor, transferor) but also attesting witnesses as signatories. A deed has therefore a greater presumption of validity and is less rebuttable than an instrument under hand, i.e., signed by the party to the deed only, or an instrument under seal. A deed can be unilateral or bilateral. Deeds include conveyances, commissions, licenses, patents, diplomas, and conditionally powers of attorney if executed as deeds. The deed is the modern descendant of the medieval charter, and delivery is thought to symbolically replace the ancient ceremony of livery of seisin.[1]

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(We, wonder what people could do with this/these”   [links, instructions, procedures, legislations, policies, reports, etc… ] regarding their personal property rights?)

( ”  We ” = ( registered business(es), (preferably one that is secured with both ledgers.)

( “ledgers” = commercial paper market v. capital paper market.)




> (does our eyes deceive us, or does it not appear to be “notice” (option) to be given to LLOYD’S upon a filing of an adverse claim under “notice for tort claims” against securities intermediaries?)


> Item # BC-10.01

> Reporting Format

> Prescribed forms:

1. Notice of Legal Proceeding.
2. Information from Insurer.
3. Beneficiary’s Notice to Minster.
4. Notice of Proposed Terms of

These forms can be downloaded and
printed from the British Columbia
Queen’s Printer website. They can also
be found at:
> “

“ Please contact for
further information and/or to arrange a
training session.”


> Securities Transfer Association of Canada ;

> UUIPA (uniform Unclaimed Intangible Property Act)

> “ Commentary ” (Q and A) on the Securities Transfer Act.

>The Regulation of Central Securities Depositories and the Linkages between CSDs and Large-Value Payment Systems

The insurance policy for your sponsorship of government, evidenced here by (Statutes and Policy and Regulations).

(( ” Naturally someone is going to have “walk” people through the details.” ))

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