Creditors in Commerce teachings are clear about this: When it comes to getting your remedy in any situation where a claim is being made against you, your power lies in turning the claim upon the claimant. In arguing, defending, and/or ignoring no remedy is to be found.
Brandon Adams from Creditors in Commerce taught me this valuable lesson through his recordings and workshops. The way we bring resolution and remedy to the matter is by being in harmony with the claimant, by accepting their position but with our own conditions attached. And we do this by asking a question, by conditionally accepting. This is also known as a counteroffer. And this is very important, because a counteroffer has the legal effect of rejecting the offer.
A contract is in motion, offer and counteroffer is taking place until an agreement is made. An agreement made, that is either expressed or implied such as through silence/ non-response, also called tacit acquiescence. In order that we do not acquiesce and depose our selves of our sovereign status, we conditionally accept the claim, upon proof of claim.
If we are offered something like jail for instance, and if we can stop ourselves from going into freak out mode or argue mode, we might recognize that this is just an offer. We are being offered jail, someone is offering us an opportunity to be “corrected” by the correctional facility, and if we do not say otherwise then we’ve tacitly agreed to the same. Some of us do not say otherwise even when we have been invited to. For example, allocution is where the judge asks you if you have anything to say before he passes sentence on you. In that moment you are being extended the opportunity to tell the court why it should not proceed against you.… Read the restShare