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Ecclesiatic Abatement

There are two types of abatements depending on the venue: The first is at-Law; The second is a bill in equity. A bill in equity is only heard in chancery, a statutorily created Administrative court. Such a court established in statute cannot go beyond the venue of the statute that created it. This also means that a court sitting in equity does not have the power to abate any thing unless that power is found in statute.

There are no longer any known statutes in any of the States concerning abatements. If a Non-Statutory Abatement - a common Christian Law Abatement - is filed with the Court by statute, the Abatement becomes a nullity for the reason that a statutorily created court cannot wander outside its lex fori. If the same is served by process, it remains outside of the statute venue and does not lie upon statute for recognition. Rather, such abatement lies within the Right and Power to issue the process in God's venue, a superior jurisdiction to the statute jurisdiction.

A statute court - and a party therein by appearance - cannot impeach their own record and cannot plead the 'truth' of two opposing records. Either one or the other is true, but not both at the same time. However, A Non-Statutory Abatement served to a statutorily created Military Court has the power and effect of suspending all proceedings.

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He is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living: ye therefore do greatly err. - Mark 12:27
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