Posted by alfred moses president jr. on April 25, 1998 at 11:36:36:
In Reply to: Re: Commercial (CDL) Drivers License and Without Prejudice 1-207 posted by coyote on October 24, 1997 at 00:30:38:
: : : : 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!!
: : : Why shouldn't you be under the jurisdiction of the DMV if you are
: : : engaging in commercial traffic and the extra-ordinary use of the public
: : : highways?
: : : If it's the public that is bamboozled most of the time, I'm almost certain
: : : that they didn't overlook anything. And the DMV employee that you dealt with,
: : : probably asked you to check everything several times for correctness. On the
: : : Washington forms there is even ample room to cross out you Nom DeGuerre and
: : : write your true name, and have it appear in the approximately correct
: : : location.
: : In Washington it appears to cause the DMV to issue a 'non-license' if
: : the "Without prejudice UCC 1-207 / TDC" is used. The customary and
: : usual State Seal is replaced with one that has the numerals 1898
: : instead of the more common 1889. Happened at least once.
: Are not all "drivers licenses" commercial licenses anyways ?
: I have w/o Prejudice over my signature and the (green) seal says 1889, I dont belive it "removes jurisdiction"
: I think it expressly reserves rights not expressedly waved on the contract, and can form a basis for a "controversy", any corrections are welcome =]
: t.d.c. is another matter, as it can nullify the contract (no meeting of minds)
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