How Long Can A Corporation Live?
How Long Can A Corporation Live?In order to keep this short, I’ll get right to the point. I have been saying forover two years that Americans are still subject to the king/queen (crown) ofEngland. Why? You are subject to whom you pay a tribute/tax. I have shown how thecrown is still receiving a tax to compensate the king for his corporate venture inAmerica.
I have shown many documents where the king by Charter created severalcorporations in America. These corporations were consolidated into America Inc.,in 1783.
I have said and shown in these documents, that not only did the kingintend for his corporations to last forever, but also his tax to benefit his heirsand successors, forever.I am going to show you by a recently obtained newspaper article, provided by theInformer that brings the historical facts I have presented crashing into thepresent, in a very sobering way.A couple of weeks ago I put out via email historical documents concerning thecreation of New Jersey.
I am not going to again attach them to this email, becauseit would make it unnecessarily long, which may cause some people to skim theinformation rather than read it. Anyone that would like these documents concerningthe creation of New Jersey, can send me an email to that effect, and I willpromptly send it to you.I include in total at the end of this research paper the news article I will nowquote from.”….
They were 12 men, most of them from London. Most would never set foot in theNew World. But they owned half of what would become New Jersey, 1.1 million acresof verdant field and forest and pristine; shoreline.All but a smattering of those lands, were: sold off long ago, but theircorporation survived, its shares handed down from generation to generation.
It is now 314 years old, the oldest continuously operated corporation in theUnited States. But not for long. A court will soon dissolve the East Jersey Boardof Proprietors, and a vestige of Colonial America will be gone….. Still, theproprietors met every year, on the third Tuesday of May, to sort through theyear’s business. Shares were bought and sold, though the proprietors arecircumspect when asked about the price (I could never get a straight answer,” saidLurie).Among the shareholders are prominent families like that of former Gov. ThomasKean. Fewer than half live in New Jersey, and some live in Europe……. But if heshould regret the loss, he could by a share in the board’s successor as thenation’s oldest corporation: the West Jersey Board of Proprietors, is still goingstrong with 3,200 shareholders.” (Liquidation of the East Jersey Board ofProprietors, Philadelphia Inquirer August 10, 1998)
That’s right America, the very East New Jersey Charter/grant to the king’sproprietors, is still alive and kicking. Also, the West New Jersey corporationwhich boasts 3,200 proprietors, sounds like the king’s subjects are stillprospering from his original grant. The only reason the East New JerseyCorporation is being dissolved is, because the young heirs have lost interest inthe Corporation.What does this mean, to dissolve………..