Defrauded Nations

The Mortgage Crisis Exposed

The Home Foreclosure Procedures Act attempts to amend the Articles of the Uniform Commercial Codes where it essentially reads that for any "blighted property” any "assigned creditor" may perform any of its duties under this [act] through a servicer. It modifies UCC § 1-202 “the notice they give” this Section omits the § 1-1 103(b) reference to “the law merchant” on the basis that such principles are not likely to apply to “their” subject matter. The Law Merchant was indispensable to the Commercial Revolution. Besides providing rules for international commerce, it gave birth to negotiable credit instruments, such as promissory notes and bills of exchange, which are critical to modern trade.

Law merchant was the basis of the modern system of admiralty law and the laws of negotiable paper and of sales. Romero v. International Term. Co, 358 U.S. 354 (1959) The merchant class, and disputes among its members arising out of commercial transactions, were not subject to the common law.

An introduction to Law Merchant is in n American Jurisprudence (Am Jur) 2d, Admiralty, in sections 94 and 96, we find that international law basically is the law merchant. While a state court may not technically be an admiralty court, it may act in the nature of an admiralty court with respect to substantive (commercial) duties and rights. The state quasi admiralty court would apply its state adjective law merchant rules of procedure.

The Negotiable Instruments Law, expressly adopt’s the law merchant, not the rules of the common law, as to matters not covered therein, and this court is required to take judicial notice thereof. Bank of Conway v. Stary, 200 N.W. 505 (1924)

The Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. 551(4), provides that a "rule" is an agency statement "designed to implement, interpret, or prescribe law or policy." When agencies are authorized to prescribe law through substantive rulemaking, the administrator's regulation is not only due deference, but is accorded "legislative effect." Ins v. Chadha, 462 U.S. 919, 984 (1983)


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