I FILED A UCC1 AND GOT A CALL FROM THE STATE OF ILLINOIS STATING THAT THEY DONT EXEPT THE UCC1 THAT WAY AND I WOULD END UP IN PRISION FOR DOING SO,CAN THIS HAPPEN,AND IS ARE BIRTH CERTIFICATE A BOND.
I am not sure what you mean. Can you give any more information. A birth certificate is not any type of bond. More information needed. Sorry.
The only legitimate use of a UCC-1 is to provide notice of an interest in property (goods, proceeds, equipment, fixtures, etc.) that secures a debt owed to a lender. This would only apply in states that have adopted the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) or some form of it, to govern commercial transactions and instruments within that state. If the UCC-1 does not document an actual transaction, i.e., if there was not loan, or the borrower did not agree to give the security, then the state will probably view the filing as fraudulent. If that's the case, it might subject the filer to some kind of penalty. But if the state did not accept the filing, then there was only an attempt to file. There is not enough information given to answer the question about prison. I agree with Mr. Burns that a birth certificate is not a bond of any kind. It merely shows that the state recognizes where someone was born and when, and who the parents are. The "claiming my strawman" internet meme is complete and utter nonsense. I would use stronger words, but that would probably violate Avvo's TOU. It has no basis in law, and the teachings of those who believe it can lead people to make many, many bad decisions. One would be wise to ignore it.
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