Posted by Common Right Group on September 18, 1997 at 07:52:12:
In Reply to: Re: Deeds: An update posted by Two Cities on September 14, 1997 at 12:25:34:
Gee. Notwithstanding the medium of exchange, we sort of thought the sweat of a man was substance. Did a fun little thing with the State of Wyoming over the ownership of automobiles like that.
What was done was make no mention of the means, method, or medium of how the car was paid for, but asked the state for proof of its claim in light of the "owner's" having fully paid for it with the fruits of private labor, else quit claim the title.
What came back was a short letter saying "It appears you do not wish to keep your car registered in this state." The Laramie county Clerk, at the same time, returned the check sent along with the challenge for the payment of registration fees. Now, to our way of thinking, that looks like a constructive quit-claim.
Just a thought. The idea is to forget about the particular brand of toilet paper used as the medium of payment and declare the Sweat Equity.
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