There seems to be much confusion surrounding the terms ATTORNEY and LAWYER. So be careful...
A lawyer named Strange died. His friend asked the tombstone maker to
inscribe "Here lies Strange, an honest man, and an attorney." The inscriber insisted that this would be confusing and would tend to think that three men were buried under the stone. He suggested "Here lies a man who was both honest and an attornery." "Anyone walking by the tombstone and read it, they would be certain to remark, 'That's Strange.'"
There seems to be much confusion surrounding the terms ATTORNEY and LAWYER.
A lot of people misconstrue these terms to mean the same. To determine the meaning of an "attorney" we looked to Black's Law Dictionary. Black¹s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition defines "attorney-law": "to turn over; to transact to another money or goods; to assign to some particular use or service. To consent to the transfer of a rent or reversion. To agree to become tenant to one as owner or landlord of an estate previously held of another, or to agree to recognize a new owner of a property or an estate and promise payment of rent to him."
"ATTORNEY-FEUDAL LAW": "to turn-over; to transfer to another money or goods; to assign to some particular use or service. Where a Lord aliened his seniority, he might with the consent of the tenant and in some cases without, ATTORNEY or transfer the homage and service of the later to the alien or new Lord."
"Attornment": "In feudal and old English Law - a turning over or transfer by a Lord or the services of his tenant to the grantee of his seniority. (Lordship-Title: Seignior, Sir) the doctrine of an Attornment grew out of the peculiar relations existing between the landlord and his tenant under the feudal law, and the reasons for the rule never had any existence in this country, and is inconsistent with our laws, customs, and institutions.²
We need to take a very close look at these words in order to understand the rule of an ³ATTORNEY" where the setting is old England and the aristocracy held the land. The lower class tilled the land as tenants. When the land changed hands from one aristocracy Lord to another aristocracy Lord, a treaty was made between the tenants and the new Lord so that Civil War would not break out between the tenants and the new Lord. This transfer of power with treaty was called ATTORNMENT. (Look it up in C.J.S. !)
Attornment was the method of peacefully passing land from one aristocrat to another aristocrat without disturbing the class structure. It consisted of a peaceful method of maintaining a noble class of citizens acceptable to the common people. This does not mean that the common people liked the situation. But they suffered evils while evils were sufferable and made their ³Treaties of Attornment². Therefore in English law "ATTORNMENT" was a method of guaranteeing UNEQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAW for the rich and the poor. But it was one which was tolerable for the poor. It was a peaceful maintenance of the class structure.
An "ATTORNEY'S" role in this system was to provide the ceremony of the acquiescence of giving of the poor along with the land to the new land-Lord, and to do so in such a manner (modes operand) as to preserve and maintain the class structure, this so called peaceful transfer is "UNEQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAW". It is crystal clear THAT AN ATTORNEY'S ROLE TODAY HAS NOT CHANGED. Attorneys practice "Attornment".
Furthermore, on August 31, 1990 in the case of Freed v Martin, in a Kalamazoo County circuit court, Judge Phillip Schaefer ruled "that ALL Michigan attorneys have only 'De Facto' licenses to practice law'." Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition defines ³DE FACTO" as "ILLEGAL" or "illegitimate". REF: 416.
In substitute of a legitimate license from the Executive Branch of Government, "attorneys" have a BAR CARD/BAR AFFILIATION. Through this affiliation they are agents of the court and work FOR THE COURTS' INTERESTS. The courts' interests are FIRST and the client's interest is SECOND (see C.J.S.). They all are operating in a "conflict of interest"; all are without a LICENSE.
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