For the preservation of inalienable rights of the living, spiritually moral being of reason.
On the day 1874819 the opening and convening of the Free Arbitration Court Kininigen - For the preservation of inalienable rights of the living being of reason for divorce jurisdiction, in free adherence to the New York Convention by the sovereigns, decided for the [people].
Thus, we are at all times subject to the highest moral, character and ethical values and principles, always seeking to dispense and arbitrate justice in an unbiased, impartial and just manner. Judgment is not based on conjecture, but on fact, in order to facilitate just arbitration and to avoid possible overreaching by lawyers and to ensure free and independent jurisdiction without interference or entanglement with other conflicting interests.
In order to be able to exclude arbitrariness, vigilante justice or abuse in the administration of justice, we adhere exclusively to the very highest moral and ethical values and principles. The basis for this are the inalienable rights of every living and rational - spiritually moral being [popularly called man].
The sovereigns acting as judges of the Court of Free Arbitration take a high moral oath, which to our knowledge has the highest standards in the world.
Every free and living, spiritually moral being of reason who perceives himself as a [human] being and has discarded and duly terminated the contracts and obligations of the alien person and whose due to him, inalienable rights may file a complaint with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court is exclusively responsible for safeguarding the inalienable rights of living, spiritually moral beings of reason.
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The Constitutive Regulations valid and applied for the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
1.1) The Free Arbitration Court Kininigen - For the protection of inalienable rights of the living, spiritually moral being of reason, decides on the basis of this constitutive regulative under exclusion of the ordinary legal process about disputes of every kind, in particular about such, between spiritually moral beings, which lead a person.
1.2) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall have jurisdiction if the parties have entered into this agreement in an implied manner and/or one of these parties actively requests such arbitration.
If the implicitly accepted arbitration agreement contains the DVOs kininigen.space clause in a contract, this is deemed to have been agreed, provided that the declared intention is also expressed as an action in accordance with the DVOs Kininigen, one of the contracting parties. 1.3) Unless the parties have agreed otherwise, this constitutive regulation of the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court applies in the version valid at the start of the arbitration proceedings.
The arbitral tribunal shall consist of three arbitrators, unless the parties have agreed that the arbitral tribunal shall consist of a sole arbitrator. For amounts in dispute below the value of 10 ounces of gold, a sole arbitrator may decide, unless the parties have agreed that the arbitral tribunal shall consist of three arbitrators.
The arbitrators, the parties and those involved in the arbitration proceedings must maintain confidentiality from everyone at every stage of the proceedings, in particular regarding the parties involved, witnesses, experts or other evidence. The individuals involved in the proceedings must be sworn to secrecy. Oral negotiations are not public.
4.1) Each appointed arbitrator shall always and at all times be bound by the highest moral, character and ethical values and principles of truth, honour and dignity and shall comply with the requirements of impartiality, independence and impartiality. He shall disclose any circumstances that might cast doubt on these standards.
4.2) The sovereigns appointed as judges at the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court, as living, spiritually moral, rational beings, must take the following oath among at least five judges of the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court before taking up their duties as judges:
“I, the spiritually ethical, moral and living being behind the name:________________, living according to the highest guidelines of the highest source of all being, living and ever-striving, free and sovereign, hereby solemnly announce:
In accepting this appointment as a judge of the Kininigen Free Court of Arbitration, I solemnly swear that in the performance of this duty I will always adhere to and be guided exclusively by the highest moral principles and maxims of truth, honour, dignity, the highest moral, ethical values and principles and guidelines of the Supreme Source of All Being and the principles of Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen.
I vow mine To make decisions according to these principles, impartially and impartially, without prejudice and after thorough examination, in order to preserve and protect the inalienable rights of every living and free rational being, in the embodiment as a human being, and to serve justice at all times in my actions. ”
4.3) If the statement of an arbitrator reveals a circumstance that could raise doubts about his impartiality or independence or about the fulfilment of the conditions agreed between the parties, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall give the parties the opportunity to comment within a reasonable period of time.
4.4) An arbitrator is obliged, also during the arbitral proceedings, to disclose immediately to the parties and to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court any circumstances that might raise doubts about his impartiality or independence.
4.5) As soon as the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court has received the declarations of acceptance of all arbitrators, the arbitration court is constituted. The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court shall inform the parties of the constitution.
The rejection of an arbitrator can only take place if there are provable and verifiable doubts about his or her impartiality, independence or impartiality and the highest character, moral and ethical values defined by Kininigen.
If an arbitrator is inactive or unable to carry out his duties for moral or conscientious reasons and he does not resign for these reasons or the parties do not agree on the termination of his office, either party may intervene the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court request a decision on the termination of the referee's office. If the referee's office ends, a replacement referee must be appointed.
7.1) Unless the plaintiff initiates the arbitration proceedings by filing the lawsuit in accordance with paragraph no. 8, the proceedings begin with receipt by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court of one of the parties' application for the constitution of the arbitration tribunal, addressed to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
7.2) The application referred to in paragraph 1 shall contain the following information:
the names of the parties and their addresses for service;
the request for appointment of an arbitrator (be it the sole arbitrator, the presiding arbitrator or the arbitrator for the respondent);
the designation of the subject-matter of the dispute;
a reference to the arbitration agreement, a copy of which has been concluded and/or the wording must be enclosed with the application.
8.1) The plaintiff shall file the claim with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. It must contain:
the names of the parties,
the indication of the arbitration agreement,
Statement of the facts and statement of the evidence on which the claims are based,
Information on the amount in dispute,
Possible appointment of the arbitrators or the sole arbitrator, if already appointed by the parties.
A copy of the arbitration agreement or proof of its conclusion must be enclosed.
8.2) The arbitration proceedings shall commence, unless they have already commenced in accordance with § 7, upon receipt of the claim by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
9.1) The complaint as well as all written documents and appendices must be addressed to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
They must be filed in sufficient number of copies to provide one copy each to each arbitrator, to each party and to the arbitral tribunal.
10.1) The signed arbitration claim and pleadings, which contain substantive motions or a withdrawal of the claim, must be sent by registered letter with return receipt, or by courier service, fax or another method of delivery, provided that these ensure proof of receipt. All other documents can also be sent using any other type of transmission. All documents and information sent to the arbitral tribunal must also be sent to the other party at the same time.
10.2) The documents do not have to be served on the defendant if the defendant has previously, through his implied actions, which is defined according to the terms of the contract, has given his consent or a default has occurred, which has demonstrably already been made known to the defendant, or the arbitration has been referred to several times in the communication between them. Not to be transmitted Exceptions are documents and records of which the other party can demonstrably already be aware and have already received them. The knowledge must through Proof of delivery of Courier servicesn, registered mail and/or fax proof of deliveryn, to be guaranteed.
10.3) If a party has appointed a legal representative, the documents shall be sent to this representative.
10.4) If the whereabouts of a party are unknown, written notices shall be deemed to have been received on the date on which they could have been received at the last known address if they had been duly sent by registered mail against advice of receipt or by courier service or by any other means of transmission, provided that such means of transmission ensures proof of receipt.
11.1) When filing the lawsuit, the plaintiff must pay an advance payment to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court in the amount of the expected costs of the proceedings according to the fee table (paragraph no. 22) valid on the day the complaint is received by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
11.2) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court will send the plaintiff an invoice for the advance payment and set a deadline for payment, if this has not already been made. If payment is not made within the time limit, which may be reasonably extended, the proceedings shall be terminated without prejudice to the claimant's right to resubmit his claim.
11.3) If further costs and expenses are incurred or are to be expected in the course of the proceedings, the arbitral tribunal may make continuation dependent on the payment of corresponding further advances. It shall request half of the advances from the claimant and half from the respondent. Para. 2 shall apply accordingly.
A counterclaim must be submitted to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court in accordance with the stated requirements. The arbitration tribunal will then decide whether it is admissible.
The language of the proceedings is German, unless the parties have agreed on a different language of the proceedings. Definitions of terms according to the Ama-gi koru-É Kininigen Treuhandbund.
The arbitral tribunal will decide the dispute in accordance with the legal provisions of the inalienable rights of living, spiritually moral, rational beings, the legal maxims of the Ama-gi koru-É Kininigen Treuhandbund and the true right to exercise private autonomy. Lawsuits, oral proceedings and announcement of the final judgment also take place out of private autonomy.
The arbitral tribunal shall determine its procedure at its own discretion on the basis of the provisions of this constitutive regulation, the law and the specifications of Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen. The provisions of the German Code of Civil Procedure on arbitral proceedings are excluded.
Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the arbitral tribunal may, at the request of a party, order such provisional or protective measures as it deems necessary in relation to the subject matter of the dispute. The arbitral tribunal may require reasonable security from any party in connection with any such measure.
The place of arbitration is Greenville, Aautonomous country level Kininigen, from the materia prima out, on land, outside the sea-, Admiralty and commercial law and canon and Vatican law, outside the jus and lex, outside the jurisdiction of the fiction of personhood, of states and countries and monarchies and of any rule based on oppression and deception.
18.1) If the respondent fails to answer the claim within the time limit set for him, the arbitral tribunal shall have the power to continue the proceedings without treating the failure as an admission of the claimant's allegations.
18.2) If a party fails to appear at a hearing despite having been duly summoned to attend, or fails to submit a document in evidence within a set time limit, the arbitral tribunal may continue the proceedings and make the award on the basis of the available evidence.
19.1) As a rule, the arbitral tribunal shall decide on the basis of an oral hearing, unless the parties have agreed on a different procedure.
20.1) The Kininigen Free Court of Arbitration shall, in every stage of the proceedings, strive for an amicable settlement of the dispute or of individual points in dispute.
20.2) If the dispute is settled by compromise, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court may reduce the fees.
20.3) At the request of the parties, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court records the settlement in the form of an arbitration award with the agreed wording.
20.4) An award with agreed wording shall be made in accordance with section 21 and shall state that the award is a final award.
21.1) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, in proceedings with more than one arbitrator, any decision shall be taken by majority vote.
21.2) The arbitration award must be made in writing and duly signed by the sole arbitrator or arbitrators. In arbitration proceedings with more than one arbitrator, the signatures of the majority of all members of the arbitral tribunal are sufficient, provided the reason for a missing signature is stated.
21.3) The award shall state the reasons on which it is based, unless the parties have agreed otherwise or it is an award with agreed wording.
21.4) The judgments must be signed by all judges. Each party must be served with a court-certified copy of the original. Since the judgment represents a legal and enforceable title, there is only ever a single original to prevent misuse. The first plaintiff always receives the original of the judgment. Other plaintiffs and the defendant(s) will be served with a court-certified copy. After the defendant's debt to the plaintiff has been fully settled, the original title must be handed over to the defendant in exchange for a copy to discharge the defendant in order to prevent unlawful trading or double collection or other misuse of a title.
21.5) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court sends the original and copies of the arbitration award to the parties.
21.6) The delivery may not be made until the costs of the arbitration proceedings have been paid in full to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. The sending may not be carried out if the plaintiff(s) have made an agreement in his/her own interests and safety to keep the original for safekeeping of the title in the original, at a storage location chosen by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court, until compensation has been paid by the defendant would like to have.
21.7) The arbitral award has the effects of a final court judgment between the parties and is therefore legally binding. The arbitral award therefore corresponds to the judgment of the final instance of ordinary jurisdiction, the state court proceedings (final judgment) - unlike state courts, there is no appeal procedure.
22.1) The fee for the arbitration proceedings shall be based on the amount in dispute, which shall be determined by the arbitral tribunal at its due discretion. It shall be levied by the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. If the amount in dispute is not stated in the claim or counterclaim, the arbitral tribunal shall fix it at its discretion.
22.2) The following are levied:
Up to an amount in dispute of EUR 10,000: a flat rate of 1 oz of gold. For amounts above this, an additional 5 % to the flat rate amount.
For the next Euro 5,000 above this, an additional 10 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 10,000, an additional 9 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 15,000, an additional 8 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 25,000, an additional 7 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 35,000, an additional 6 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 200,000, an additional 5 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 700,000, an additional 4 % of this level amount
For the next Euro 1,000,000, an additional 2 % of this level amount
For amounts in dispute exceeding Euro 2,000,000, an additional fee of 0.5 % of the amount exceeding Euro 2,000,000 will be charged.
22.3) If the settlement of the dispute requires time and effort that exceeds the average amount, in particular extensive taking of evidence, the arbitral tribunal can double the fee for amounts in dispute up to 65,000 euros and increase them up to 50 % for amounts in dispute above this.
22.4) If the parties have agreed on a decision by a sole arbitrator, the fee shall be reduced by one third.
22.5) Of the fee for the arbitration proceedings, in an arbitration tribunal consisting of three arbitrators, each of the co-arbitrators receives 25 % of the fee. If the arbitration tribunal consists of a sole arbitrator, he will receive 70 % of the fee. The remaining amount of the fee remains with the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court. The payment of the fee shares to the arbitrators takes place after the conclusion of the procedure. If more than one oral hearing is required, 75 % of the fee shares can be paid out after the first oral hearing.
22.6) The parties are jointly and severally liable to the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court for the fee for the arbitration proceedings as well as for the flat rate costs, without prejudice to any existing claim for reimbursement between the parties.
23.1) If the claim is withdrawn, the arbitral tribunal may reduce the fee. If the application is withdrawn before a statement of defence has been filed, the fee shall be reduced to one quarter.
23.2) In other cases of early settlement of the proceedings, the arbitral tribunal may reduce the fee in accordance with the state of the proceedings on an equitable basis.
24.1) Unless the parties have agreed otherwise, the arbitral tribunal shall decide in an arbitral award on the proportion of the costs of the arbitral proceedings to be borne by the parties, including the costs incurred by the parties and necessary for the appropriate prosecution of the case. In doing so, the arbitral tribunal shall decide at its due discretion, taking into account the circumstances of the individual case, in particular the outcome of the proceedings.
24.2) Insofar as the costs of the arbitration have been determined, the arbitral tribunal shall also decide on the amount to be borne by the parties. If the costs have not been determined or can only be determined after the arbitral proceedings have ended, this shall be decided in a separate award.
25.1) If a provision of these constitutive rules or another agreed requirement of the arbitral procedure has not been complied with, a party who does not immediately give notice of the defect may not subsequently assert it. This does not apply if the party was not aware of the defect.
25.2) Liability of the arbitrators, as well as their bodies and employees, is excluded in connection with proceedings according to these regulations, except for intent and gross negligence.
26.1) Ama-gi koru-E Kininigen, the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court and other bodies may, with prior permission, publish the arbitration award if one of the parties agrees to this and the inalienable rights are preserved. In no case shall the publication contain the names of the parties, representatives or arbitrators or any other information that could enable the parties to be identified.
26.2) The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court is permitted to publish information about arbitration proceedings in a compilation of statistical data, provided that the information excludes identification of those involved.
Often the wrong does too,
who does nothing.
He who does not forbid injustice,
if he can,
who commands it.
Unfortunately no. Even if we perceive ourselves as [human], as long as the contracts are not terminated, we are a thing to be managed by the system. The Kininigen Free Arbitration Court is responsible for free sovereigns, without foreign persons.
To do this, we need verifiable evidence in the form of various documents that ensure that all contracts of the contractual status, as administrator and valuer of the personal bond, have been properly terminated.
All courts worldwide are private courts in the form of arbitration tribunals, to which one submits voluntarily or is bound by contracts. Identification documents from “state” companies are contracts through which one is bound to the customary courts of these “states”.
Pacta Sunt Servanda - contracts must be honoured. In the case of foreign personhood, they must be terminated beforehand. By holding identity papers issued by administrative companies in the form of states, one is subject to their contracts and jurisdiction. Thus, we cannot and must not transgress there.
[Children] who are still bound to the system are property of the state, which is administered by the parents. A mother and/or father who have renounced their foreign personhood can, from this status and in this function - as mother or father, take this step for their descendants. After that, the descendant, with the support of the mother and/or father, could file a lawsuit before the Kininigen Free Arbitration Court.
In order to ensure the security of our sovereigns and not to create a transition into a foreign system and legal system, unfortunately only free, living, spiritually moral, rational beings can be allowed to sue. Due to the merciless and brutal action of the operating system against its collateral, unfortunately no exceptions can be made.
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