When operating as intended the benefits of the Christian Stewardship Business Trust are as follows:
1. The Trust is Non-statutory Assembly Contract and Not Created Under Corporate Regulatory Restrictions and Controls of the State;
2. Tax Relief – Non Reporting Christian Based Trust for Christian Churches, Ministries and Auxiliary Assemblies About Our Father’s Business;
3. Asset Protection – The Trust is Irrevocable and Affords Asset Protection for Property;
This Christian stewardship business contract trust (resembling a religious trust) peaceable assembly created under the U.S. Constitutional right of contract is a pure trust that is non-statutory and religious in nature so the, 1) First Amendment to the Constitution for the United States applies which says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” And 2) the U.S. Constitution, Article 1, Section 10, Paragraph 1 applies which states, “No State shall … pass any … Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts….”
The Court’s have said about such a trust, “A Trust organization created under the U.S. Constitutional right of contract, cannot be abridged. The agreement, when executed, creates a Federal organization, not under the laws passed by any of the several (State) legislatures.” US v. Carruthers, 219 F2d 21; Waterman v. McKenzie, 138 US 252; Crocker v. MacCloy, 649 US 39.
When the proper order of the Christian Stewardship Business Trust is followed this non-statutory, “[a] Pure Trust is not subject to legislative control. The supreme court holds that the Trust is created under the realm of equity under the common law and is not subject to legislative restrictions as are corporations and other statutory entities created by legislative authority.” Crocker v. MacCloy, 649 US Supp 39.
In the 9th US District Court decision, in consideration of the The Universal Life Church, Inc. vs. United States, 372 F. Supp. 770, 776 (E.D. Cal 1974) the court held that: “Neither this Court, nor any branch of this Government, will consider the merits of fallacies of a religion, nor will the Court compare the beliefs, dogmas, and practices of a newly organized religion with those of an older, more established religion, nor will the Court praise or condemn a religion, however excellent or fanatical or preposterous it may seem. Were the Court to do so, it would impinge upon the guarantees of the First Amendment.” See also: “Law of Tax and Exempt Organizations” by Bruce Hopkins -published by Lerner Book Co. 1977, page 110, in your local law library.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision considering the case of Everson vs. Board of Education, 330 US 203, 91 LEd 2nd 711, the Court held that:
“The ‘establishment of religion’ of the First Amendment means at least this: Neither a state nor the Federal Government can set up a church. Neither can it pass laws which aid one religion, aid all religions, or prefer one religion over another. Neither can it force or influence a person to go to or to remain away from a church against his will or force him to profess a belief or disbelief in any religion. No person can be punished for entertaining or professing religious beliefs or disbeliefs for church attendance or nonattendance.”
Therefore, with this type of trust the court’s have said in the case Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 17 US 518, “The opinion of the court, after mature deliberation, is that this is a contract, the obligation of which can not be impaired without violating the constitution of the United States.”
A statutory trust is an entity like a corporation created under the laws statutory laws of the particular state in which the grantor who creates the trust resides. A statutory trust is controlled by the rules and regulations of the State it is created in. The Living Trust is one of the more frequently used statutory trusts. It has one main purpose and that is to avoid probate; and it provides little to no asset protection value.
This Christian stewardship business contract pure trust is a body created by means of a contractual agreement between people. It is not created under the statutory laws of any of the states of the union. Originally this type of trust was known as a Massachusetts trust because they were first used and popularized in that state. Businesses found out the benefits of this type of trust and began to use the Massachusetts Trust as a means of doing business independent of the restrictive rules and regulations of statutory entities created by the states, specifically corporations, and the trust began to be known as a Business Trust. It was then determined in Hecht v Malley that if the Trustees had total control of the trust entity, it was deemed to be a Pure Trust.
This kind of trust is also referred to as a contract “Common-Law Trust” since it finds its basis in the law of contracts and does not depend on any statute for its existence. “When the express trust is used as an agency of commerce it is commonly known as a business trust. Because of its development and common use in the state of Massachusetts it is often called a Massachusetts trust, and, because it finds its basis in the law of contract and does not depend on any statute for its existence it is sometimes called a common-law trust.” Schuman-Heink v. Folsom, 159 NE 250 (1927)
“Common Law consists of those principles, usage and rules of action applicable to government and security of persons and property which do not rest for their authority upon any express and positive declaration of statutorily created law.” Bishop v. U.S., DC 334 F Supp. 415, 418
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