You can file a Tort at State, Federal and International levels in a Public person capacity, however, only 1% of all of those are actually permitted to receive a verdict in their favor. This of course is to set the stage to the illusion that the system actually works.

The proper way to file a winning Tort is in the capacity of a Private person capacity, either as a Secured Party Creditor or a Sovereign. In either of these capacities you will need to do the following:

  1. Secured Party/Sovereign filings;
  2. Conditional Accepted For Value (Proof of Claims) filings;
  3. Remedy For Release Program (Bond Locating, Acceptance and Discharge Process);
  4. Affidavit of Notice;
  5. Dismissal of Counsel (If Any); and
  6. Filing of the Tort Itself

Now, some individuals and some Businesses involved in the Administrative Processes will tell you that there are other ways of doing Torts. They would be correct, there are other ways of filing Torts, nevertheless We haven’t found any other ways that have actually worked for any individual.


  1. M.La Monte: Altice on February 28, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    I became a SPC july2015. I have criminal case rhat s in appeal. Unfortunately, I am on parole due to mistke in my sentence where I was to receive a mitigated flat w/o parole. I am tired & irritated of having to sign my name to paperwork every time I stop @ the office. Is there any that u can help w/o getting locked up for a violation-by not signing the certain paperwork?

    • Remedy on March 7, 2017 at 5:13 pm

      Now that you have begun “playing” their game, they will intimidate you into signing their paperwork until you have completed your process of regaining your sovereignty. For more information about getting the Corporate system to recognize your status, please, contact us during our business hours.

    • Travis Borden on March 10, 2017 at 11:09 pm

      Hi you can start by signing whatever paperwork you have to sign
      Without Prejudice, Without Recourse
      (those two go together.)
      Also UCC 1-308
      You should ….I don’t know your cash situation but for $500 it use to be a bit higher…you can have Sovereign Filing Solution file a post CAFV
      Then while you’re waiting for that save some money up and have Tortdivision file a tort
      Hope this helps. Just don’t add the above to your signature make sure you understand what they mean. But at the same time don’t flaunt there meaning as most if not all the paper work they make you sign…they will not know its meaning.

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