How to file into DC.
DALE v. UNITED STATES (dba corporation)
Could Place All Federal Corporate Charters In Jeopardy Washington, D.C.
A potential landmark case was filed into the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 500 Indiana Ave. NW, Room JM-170, Washington, DC 20001 on July 29, 2009.
The case seeks, among other multiple remedies, the nullification of all Federal Corporate Charters, & is quietly gaining traction as the numerous named Defendants continue to default Court protocol and procedure. http://howtofileintodc.blogspot.com/
We just got the word that a 4th case has now been filed in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia... https://www.dccourts.gov/pa
This one concerns the IRS dba corporation !
The docket listing may not be up for another couple of days but when it does you can follow the docket entries by searching for David-Lee; Buess - Case No. 2009 CA 007868 B !
The "Lee" may actually be "Leigh" but try both names. Paperwork to view will be available
soon. Unfortunately, the court is not part of the PACER system !
And, remember the Superior Court of the District of Columbia may finally be the correct
court in which to pursue the IRS in "tax court" ! The other Federal "tax courts" that have been
previously used have been courts that "they" want us to use for some obvious reasons...
they favor the government, but this case in this court names the agency and its defendants
in their "corporate" capacities and the "20 day rule" applies for defaults ! http://privateattorneygeneral.ning.com/events