The Use of an Ecclesiastical Deed Poll is choosing when and how to use such an important, valuable and sacred instrument to assert your Divine granted rights.
12th. That on 5 July, 1773, certain chiefs of the Illinois Indians, then jointly representing, acting for, and being duly authorized by that tribe in the manner explained above,
did by their deed poll, http://supreme.justia.com/us/21/543/
duly executed and delivered and bearing date on that day, at the post of Kaskaskias, then being a British military post, and at a public council there held by them for and on behalf of the said Illinois nation of Indians with William Murray, of the Illinois country, merchant, acting for himself and for Moses Franks and Jacob Franks, of London, in Great Britain, David Franks, John Inglis, Bernard Gratz, Michael
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Gratz, Alexander Ross, David Sproat, and James Milligan, all of Philadelphia, in the p\Province of Pennsylvania; Moses Franks, Andrew Hamilton, William Hamilton, and Edmund Milne of the same place; Joseph Simons otherwise called Joseph Simon and Levi Andrew Levi of the Town of Lancaster in Pennsylvania; Thomas Minshall of York County in the same province; Robert Callender and William Thompson, of Cumberland County in the same province; John Campbell of Pittsburgh in the same province; and George Castles and James Ramsay of the Illinois country, and for a good and valuable consideration in the said deed stated grant, bargain, sell, alien, lease, enfeoff, and confirm to the said William Murray, Moses Franks, Jacob Franks, David Franks, John Inglis, Bernard Gratz, Michael Gratz, Alexander Ross, David Sproat, James Milligan, Andrew Hamilton, William Hamilton, Edmund Milne Joseph Simons, otherwise called Joseph Simon Levi Andrew Levi, Thomas Minshall, Robert Callender, William Thompson, John Campbell, George Castles, and James Ramsay, their heirs and assigns forever, in severalty, or to George the Third, then King of Great Britain and Ireland, his heirs and successors, for the use, benefit, and behoof of the grantees, their heirs and assigns, in severalty, by whichever of those tenures they might most legally hold, all those two several tracts or parcels of land situated, lying, and being within the limits of Virginia on the east of the Mississippi, northwest of the Ohio, and west of the Great Miami, and thus butted
Changing your name by deed poll
As was said above, you don’t need to do it by deed poll. Your mother’s name is already your legal name assuming it is on your birthcert. Plenty of people just use their mother’s surname. I’m one of them. Frank O’Connor (Frank O’Connor O’Donovan), the writer, was another, Jonathan Rhys Myers (Jonathan Myers O’Keefe) another, Pete McCarthy (Peter McCarthy Robinson), the travel writer, another. Historically, it has not been uncommon, particularly when an estate was being handed down to the son of a female heir and the son would be requested to continue his mother’s name as the condition of receiving the estate. The Nugents of Ballinlough are a case in point; Hugh O’Reilly had to become Hugh Nugent to receive his maternal grandfather’s estate.
I just brought my birthcert down to the garda station and they checked it and signed it off on the passport form. Now my passport and driving licence are both under my mother’s rather than my father’s surname. Putting both your Mam’s and your Dad’s name on both documents should be just as easy.
In Ireland, a deed poll is a signed declaration by a person that binds him/her to a particular course of action from the date of signing. A deed poll for a change of name contains declarations (in other words a sworn statement or affadavit) that you are abandoning the use of your old name, that you will use your new name at all times and that you require everyone to use your new name.
Changing your name after marriage
There is no legal or other obligation on anyone in Ireland to change their name on marriage. The fact that some people do, is purely based on tradition and culture. They may for example wish to signify they have joined a new family, etc. and therefore take the new name – but this is purely a social/cultural choice and has no legal basis.
How you earn your name is by use and repute. Effectively this means for most purposes, if someone wants to be known by their married name (or any other), then they just use this name and ask people to call them by it.
The only way to legally record the change of name is by executing a deed poll.
The use of the title ‘Miss’ or ‘Ms.’ or ‘Mrs.’ in Ireland are cultural ones that indicate whether a woman is single or married. There is no basis in law stating you are required to use an appropriate title whether you are married or single. As people earn their name by use and repute, a woman is free to use whichever title she wishes before her name. Therefore, she is free to call herself Mrs. (single name) if she so chooses.
Changing the surname of a child
The surname of a child can be changed in the Register of Births but only in certain circumstances. However, the surname of a child can also be changed by deed poll or common usage. Children aged between 14 and 17 years can execute the Deed Poll themselves but need the consent of both parents. Where a child is under the age of 14 years, one of the child’s parents must execute the Deed Poll with the consent of the other parent.
Enrolment of a deed poll
The advantage of changing your name by deed poll is that a record of the change is kept for future identification. This can be attached to your birth certificate, is acceptable for most administrative procedures and provides an easy and inexpensive solution to most of the difficulties that can arise when you change your name.
You can get a solicitor to do the deed poll for you or you can do it yourself.
If you apply to officially change your name in Ireland, your deed poll enrolls or registers your name change with the High Court.
If you are doing the deed poll yourself, you will have to call in person to the Deed Poll Section, Central Office, the Four Courts. It is not possible to apply online for this service.
As every case involving an official name change is different, staff in Deed Poll Section will provide advice and information to you on an individual basis.
Change of name licence
Under Sections 8 and 9 of the Aliens Act 1935, a foreign national aged 18 or over must get a change of name licence from the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) before executing a deed poll. You can obtain an application form for a change of name licence by writing to the Change of Name Section in the INIS.
A British citizen does not require a change of name licence but is likely to need a letter to that effect from the INIS. Sometimes an Irish citizen requires such a letter. In order to obtain the letter you will need the following:
Your birth certificate (long form)
Any other documentation relating to a previous name change, such as your marriage certificate
There is more information on when a change of name licence is required on the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service website http://www.inis.gov.ie.
If you do the deed poll yourself, you will have to pay Stamp Duty of €32.
There may also be small charge to have the declaration (affidavit) sworn at a Commissioner for Oaths or practising solicitors. (There is no fixed rate of charges for legal fees in Ireland, so enquire in advance for information on this charge).
How to apply
There are no pre-printed forms available to apply for a deed poll for a change of name. Instead, Deed Poll Section will provide you with appropriate written precedents on the type of wording you should use on your deed poll. Your application must use this wording together with your own particulars and be written on deed paper (available in stationery shops or from your solicitor).
After you have completed your application you then have your declaration (affidavit) sworn at a Commissioner for Oaths or practising solicitors. You must then lodge your application together with the long-form of your birth certificate with Deed Poll Section. You must then bring these documents back in person (you cannot post them) to the Four Courts where you will have to pay the Stamp Duty.
Further information is available in FLAC’s Change of name by deed poll (pdf) booklet and the Courts Service’s Change of name by deed poll information leaflet (pdf).
Where To Apply
Deed Poll Section
Central Office of the High Court
Ground Floor (East Wing)
(01) 888 6000
(01) 888 6125
For a change of name licence apply to the Change of Name Section of the
Department of Justice and Equality
Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service
13/14 Burgh Quay
Helpline: Thurs 10am to 12.30pm
+353 1 616 7700
1890 551 500
Last updated: 20/04/2010
You may not realize you are a slave under the slave laws of Uniform Commercial Codes (UCC), but may still erroneously believe you are slave with “more rights” as used to be afforded under “Common Law” until it was largely abolished back in 1933 without properly telling you.
The word “common” comes from 14th Century Latin communis meaning “to entrust, commit to a burden, public duty, service or obligation”. The word was created from the combination of two ancient pre-Vatican Latin words com/comitto = “to entrust, commit” and munis = “burden, public duty, service or obligation”.
In other words, the real meaning of common as first formed because of the creation of the Roman Trust over the planet is the concept of “voluntary servitude” or simply “voluntary enslavement”.
Common Law is nothing more than the laws of “voluntary servitude” and the laws of “voluntary slavery” to the Roman Cult and the Venetian Slavemasters. It is the job of the overseer slaves to convince you that you are not slaves, the common law still exists and has not been largely abolished and replaced with commercial law, to confuse you, to give you false hope. In return, they are rewarded as loyal slaves with bigger homes to use and more privileges than other slaves.
The reason why the overseer slaves such as judges, politicians, bankers, actors and media personalities are forced to lie and deny we are all slaves is because the slave system of voluntary servitude or “common law” was not the first global slave system, but merely its evolution.
Before the emergence of Common Law, we were all subject to being considered mere animals or things under Canon Law of the Roman Cult, also known as the Law of the See, or Admiralty Law.
Under Admiralty Law, you are either a slave of the ship of state, or merely cargo for lawful salvage. Thus in 1302 through Unam Sanctam, the Roman Cult unlawfully claimed through trust the ownership of all the planet and all living “things” as either slaves, or less than slaves with things administered through the Court of Rota.
This court, claimed as the Supreme Court of all Courts on the planet was initially abolished in the 16th Century only to be returned in 1908 under Pope Pius X as a purely spiritual ecclesiastical court of 12 “apostolic prothonotary” spirits, implying the twelve apostles. Since then, this new purely spiritual court has remained in constant “session”, with the local courts using these powers to administer Divine Immortal Spirits expressed in Trust into Flesh Vessels as mere dead things .