Tim Madden, a Canadian forensic economist, on mortgage and credit card fraud by companies, and how to equal the playing field.
But it was not disclosed to you so is unenforcable according to Madden
If it does get to court, Madden
suggests arguing equity, not law, because in fact you broke statutory law too and dirtied your hands by falsifying the document by signing a mortgage that said you had already received the money and were the registered owner of the property.
Tim Madden is an economist and legal researcher who specializes in the relationship between the judiciary and financial institutions - and the largely hidden role that relationship plays in the economy.
He joined the Borrowers Advocate, Ltd. in 1990 and is currently a director and principal of United Financial Consumers (BC) Ltd.
Tim is also a principal of Renew Canada 2000 and is touring with Sir Lawrence Leupol, formerly of the Canadian De-Tax Group.
On (Wednesday) Tim
will cover the subject of entrapment as it relates to the filing of a T1-General income tax return.
Unlike the corporate form, the personal form/declaration is worded such that every filer commits the strict liability offense of forgery by merely signing it.
This in turn gives CCRA a very real measure of coercive leverage by which to control the filer after the fact should it become necessary.
will also explain the latest phase of his
research into the workings of CCRA.
On (Friday) Tim
will explain the work and writings of Tom Schauf (author of The American Voters vs.
Above all, Tim
has been working on practical solutions and courses of action a citizen can take to turn the tables on the system.
Who is Tim Madden
Timothy Madden is the newest member of the De-Tax group and Canada's foremost authority on deceptive accounting practices of financial institutions.
With an initial background in economics and history he
has spent the last decade as a forensic account analyst and research coordinator with the Borrower's Advocate Ltd.
and the Borrowers' Action Society
believes that Revenue Canada is an integral element in the larger financial problems facing Canadians.
Working together Sir Lawrence Leupol and Timothy Madden
present a seminar that brings to light years of research and explains how people can use it to their own advantage.
ties the whole thing together.
explains how the banks, the financial markets and the tax system manipulate the law to control Canadians and prevent the vast majority of us from sharing the benefits of our rich nation.
offers surprisingly simple solutions - for the individual and for the country.