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    On The Topic of Property

    "Rule 3 ... that is not considered as property which cause more loss than gain to a man. The ancient sages likewise said that things are not considered as property which cause more loss than gain to a man."

    A man might have property in his children until they 'fail to launch' then a public notice of emancipation helps.

    A county might declare that you are on their property but that surely is not intended for YOUR gain.

    A state might declare jurisdiction within a certain boundary region but then THAT is their property. [Some choose to believe that this includes your body]


    You might declare property in a gold or silver coin until a robber sticks you up at gunpoint in which case the burden of being in possession becomes greater than the utility of retaining possession.
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    Re: On The Topic of Property

    The purpose of a quit claim .... for the manumission or emancipation of things that you no longer consider to be property [wherein outflow vastly exceeds inflow]
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    Re: On The Topic of Property

    That the Moors and Jews cannot have Christian slaves.

    Slavery is a condition of things established anciently by nations, by which men who were naturally free, are made slaves, and put under the dominion of others, contrary to natural reason. And the term slave (siervo) comes from the Latin word, sercare, which in common speech means to keep or preserve guardar. And such keeping or preserving was established by the emperors: for anciently all who were taken captives, were put to death. But the emperors found it best, that they should not be put to death (aka 'a benefit') but preserved, and made use of. And there were three sorts of slaves - The first, those who are made captives in war, and who are enemies of the faith. The second, those who are born of mothers in slavery. The third, those wha are free, and who suffer themselves to be sold. With respect to this last sort five things are necessary. The first, that the party freely consent, that he should be sold. The second, that he receive a part of the price. The third, that he should know he was free. The fourth, that the buyer should believe him to be a slave. The fifth, that he who causes himself to be sold, should be above twenty years of age.

    Taking the opening sentence of this post in context the rule is that Moors and Jews cannot enslave a Christian by any method. If in war (it appears) that a fight to the death is the only possible outcome for a Christian and he himself is prohibited by the 13th amendment from conferring the benefit of slavery to anyone at all.

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