1) "small religious estates"
CESTUI QUE VIE
cestui que vie
By HENRY FISCHER
Dec 7, 2015
3.3 Rights Suspension and Corruption
Article 100 - Cestui Que Vie Trust
A Cestui Que VieTrust, also known by several other pseudonyms such as “Term of Life or Years” or “Pur Autre Vie” or "Fide CommissaryTrust" or “Foreign SitusTrust” or “SecretTrust” is a pseudo form of trust first formed in the 16th Century under Henry VIII of England on one or more presumptions including (but not limited to) one or more Persons presumed wards, infants, idiots, lost or abandoned at “sea” and therefore assumed/presumed “dead” after seven (7) years. Additional presumptions by which such aTrustmay be “legally” formed were added in later statutes to include bankruptcy, incapacity, mortgages and private companies.
In terms of the evidential history of the formation of Cestui Que Vie Trusts:
(i) The first Cestui Que Vie Trusts formed were through an Act of Henry VIII of England in 1540 (32Hen.8c1) and later wholly corrupted whereby the poor people of England, after having all their homes, goods and wealth seized in 1535 (27Hen.8 c.28) under the “guise” of small religious estates under £200, were granted the welfare or “commonwealth” benefit of an Cestui Que Use or simply an “estate” with which to live, to work and to bequeath via a written will; and...
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2) Res Sacra
Author(s): Malcolm Magee
Source: Life of the Spirit (1946-1964) , APRIL 1958, Vol. 12, No. 142 (APRIL 1958), pp.
Published by: Wiley
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1640s, as a theological term (in reference to "covenants" between God and man), from French fédéral, an adjective formed from Latin foedus (genitive foederis) "covenant, league, treaty, alliance" (from PIE *bhoid-es-, suffixed form of root *bheidh- "to trust, confide, persuade").
1a: to hold in reserve : keep back b: to set aside (part of the consecrated elements) at the Eucharist for future use
Actor's Equity (1913)
FDR's NEW DEAL began with... "A Day of National CONSECRATION"
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