Posted by Common Right Group on March 05, 1998 at 03:22:48:
In Reply to: Commercial (CDL) Drivers License and Without Prejudice 1-207 posted by Rick on October 22, 1997 at 08:53:03:
: I reciently had to renew my Commercial drivers license and
: because of the information I have now about juristication, I put
: over my signature "WITHOUT PREJUDICE 1-207 UCC". Nothing was said
: (Probably Overlooked) but I am curious weather anyone knows if this
: indeed stops the DMV from having juristication over me? Also, does
: anyone know if an International Drivers License can be used in place
: of a commercial drivers lisence? Any comments would be appreciated!!
Can't see how it would prevent the jurisdiction, as it is a contract entered into knowingly, willingly, and voluntarily - and with both eyes wide open.
However, we do believe you have stated quite plainly that you will not accept any administrative action without proper lawful process for judicial review.
After all, you are engaged in a licensable activity, by your own admission, but of itself does not deny you your right to "Due process of Law."
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