Northern Trust Corp

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NORTHERN TRUST CORPORATION/IRS/BAR
pdf/f1066.pdf
U.S. Real Estate Mortgage
Investment Conduit (REMIC) Income
Tax Return
The SEC info basically tells you that the IRS and the American Bar
Association are the same organization under the Northern Trust
Corporation. That paperwork was accompanied with the claim that they did not owe any taxes, the document was admitted as evidence, and the lawfirm declared bankruptcy and left the state.
The banks are owned by the Northern Trust Corporation including wells
fargo that is owned by the Bar Association.
Dunn and Bradstreet is also owned by the Bar Association
Every time a Judge makes a judgement, being a Bar Member, you know the rest.
Everything always go through the Rail Road, over the ocean and then to
the Crown, then to the vatican.
Northern Trust Corporation
Holds the IRS Company
File Number: 0774471 Incorpo
ration Date / Formation Date: 08/23/1971
(mm/dd/yyyy)
Entity Name: NORTHERN TRUST CORPORATION
Entity Kind: CORPORATION
Entity Type: GENERAL Residency:
DOMESTIC State: DE
REGISTERED AGENT INFORMATION Name: THE CORPORATION TRUST COMPANY
Address: CORPORATION TRUST CENTER 1209 ORANGE STREET
City: WILMINGTON
County: NEW CASTLE
State: DE Postal Code: 19801
and all of the banks listed in the same document.
the first name of the IRS:1933
INTERNAL REVENUE TAX AND AUDIT SERVICE,
INC 7/12/1933
File Numbe
r #0325720
Then this is the right line up…Central Trust Company of New York owns
The Corporation Trust Co which is the registered Agent for Northern
Trust Corp
Northern Trust Corp is the holder of >

• IRS Company
• JPMorgan Chase & Co.
• Citigroup, In
c
• American Express Company
• SPDR Gold Shares
• General Electric Co
• Wells Fargo & Company
• UnitedHealth Group, Inc
• Bank of American Corporation
So if you want to present a suit to the Northern Trust you have to
address it to The Corporation Trust
Co.
the federal reserve is also listed as a religious organization
All of the State Courts are listed as private Non
Profit Corps too and
all owned by the Bar Association under the Northern Trust Corporation
1929: Hanover merges with Central Trust Compan
y to form the Central
Hanover Bank and Trust Company.
It is still all Railroad owned
Hanover merges with Central Trust Company to form the Central Hanover
Bank and Trust Company.
1930:
Chase acquires Equitable Trust Company, owned by John D. Rockefeller.
1933:
The Glass
Steagall Act separates commercial and investment banking.
1935:
J.P. Morgan spins off its investment banking arm as Morgan Stanley.
1954:
Chemical merges with Corn Exchange Bank and Trust Company.
1955:
Bank of Manhattan and Chase National
merge to form Chase Manhattan Bank.
1959:
J.P. Morgan merges with Guaranty Trust Company to form Morgan Guaranty
Trust Company of New York.
1961:
Manufacturers and Hanover merge to form Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company.
1968:
Chemical New York Corpora
tion is established as a bank holding company
for Chemical Bank.
1969:
Chase Manhattan Corporation is formed as a bank holding company, with
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. becoming its main subsidiary; Manufacturers
Hanover Corporation is created as a bank
holding company, with
Manufacturers Hanover Trust as its subsidiary; J.P. Morgan & Co.
Incorporated is formed as a bank holding company, with Morgan Guaranty
Trust as its principal subsidiary.
1987:
Chemical acquires Texas Commerce Bankshares.
1989:
The
Federal Reserve grants J.P. Morgan permission to underwrite
corporate debt securities, marking the firm’s return to the U.S.
investment banking sector.
1991:
Chemical merges with Manufacturers Hanover, creating Chemical Banking
Corporation.

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