JONATHAN LIPPMAN DEFRAUD THE UNITED STATES NO CERTIFIED OATH OF OFFICE COPY by PrayerWarrior

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PLEASE WITNESS JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S INABILITY TO PRODUCE A CERTIFIED OATH OF OFFICE AS A NYS JUDGE , AS REQUIRED UNDER THE RULE OF LAW.NO OATH, NO OFFICE, NYS LEGISLATURE CONCURS 18 USC SEC 371 CONSPIRACY TO OFFEND AND DEFRAUD THE UNITED STATES,  18 USC SEC 2383 INSURRECTION AGAINST THE CONSTITUTION BY INCITING, ASSISTING, AND ENGAGING IN REBELLION AGAINST THE CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,  18 USC SEC 2384 SEDITION/SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY BY CONSPIRING TO OVERTHROW THE CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT OR DELAY THE EXECUTION OF A LAW OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,  U.S. CODE TITLE 10, SECTION 333, INTERFERENCE WITH STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS, 18 U.S.C. SEC. 1962 ADVOCATING OVERTHROW OF GOVERNMENT, THE BELOW WILL SHOW JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S INABILITY TO PRODUCE A CERTIFIED OATH OF OFFICE AS REQUIRED BY LAW. HE SUBMITTED SOME NON CERTIFIED FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS BELOW PURSUANT TO: Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents, authentication features, and information, SEE NYPL: 175.05 - Falsifying business records in the second degree. 175.10 - Falsifying business records in the first degree. 175.15 - Falsifying business records; - Tampering with public records in the second degree. 175.25 - Tampering with public records in the first degree. 175.30 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree. 175.35 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree. 175.40 - Issuing a false certificate. 175.45 - Issuing a false financial statement. 190.60 - Scheme to defraud in the second degree. 190.65 - Scheme to defraud in the first degree

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									            PLEASE WITNESS JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S
                       INABILITY TO
    PRODUCE A CERTIFIED OATH OF OFFICE AS A NYS JUDGE , AS
             REQUIRED UNDER THE RULE OF LAW.

                                    NO OATH, NO OFFICE,
                                   NYS LEGISLATURE CONCURS
     18 USC SEC 371 CONSPIRACY TO OFFEND AND DEFRAUD THE UNITED STATES,

     18 USC SEC 2383 INSURRECTION AGAINST THE CONSTITUTION BY INCITING,
      ASSISTING, AND ENGAGING IN REBELLION AGAINST THE CONSTITUTIONAL
      AUTHORITY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

     18 USC SEC 2384 SEDITION/SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY BY CONSPIRING TO
      OVERTHROW THE CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT OR DELAY THE EXECUTION
      OF A LAW OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

     U.S. CODE TITLE 10, SECTION 333, INTERFERENCE WITH STATE AND FEDERAL
      LAWS,

     18 U.S.C. SEC. 1962 ADVOCATING OVERTHROW OF GOVERNMENT,

THE BELOW WILL SHOW JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S INABILITY TO PRODUCE
  A CERTIFIED OATH OF OFFICE AS REQUIRED BY LAW. HE SUBMITTED
 SOME NON CERTIFIED FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS BELOW PURSUANT
                               TO:
Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents,
authentication features, and information, SEE NYPL: 175.05 - Falsifying business records
in the second degree. 175.10 - Falsifying business records in the first degree. 175.15 - Falsifying business records; -
Tampering with public records in the second degree. 175.25 - Tampering with public records in the first degree.
175.30 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree. 175.35 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the
first degree. 175.40 - Issuing a false certificate. 175.45 - Issuing a false financial statement. 190.60 - Scheme to defraud
in the second degree. 190.65 - Scheme to defraud in the first degree
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I REQUESTED A CERTIFIED COPY OF JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S OATH OF OFFICE. I RECEIVED THE
   BELOW NON CERTIFIED COPIES. WHY ARE JONATHAN LIPPMAN’S OATHS OF OFFICE NOT
                           CERTIFIED OR CERTIFIABLE????




“(B) Certification. By Signing A Paper,                                An Attorney Or Party


Certifies That, To The Best Of That Person’s Knowledge, Information And Belief, Formed After An
Inquiry Reasonable Under The Circumstances, (1)   The Presentation Of The Paper Or
The Contentions Therein Are Not Frivolous As Defined In Section 130-
1.1 C


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  REGIONAL KILLER AND NYS CHIEF JUDGE CRIMINAL JONATHAN LIPPMAN NON CERTIFIED
                          OATH OF OFFICE PURSUANT TO:
   - Falsifying business records in the second degree. 175.10 - Falsifying business records in the first degree. 175.15 -
   Falsifying business records; - Tampering with public records in the second degree. 175.25 - Tampering with public
records in the first degree. 175.30 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree. 175.35 - Offering a false
 instrument for filing in the first degree. 175.40 - Issuing a false certificate. 175.45 - 190.60 - Scheme to defraud in the
                              second degree. 190.65 - Scheme to defraud in the first degree.




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  REGIONAL KILLER AND NYS CHIEF JUDGE CRIMINAL JONATHAN LIPPMAN NON CERTIFIED
                          OATH OF OFFICE PURSUANT TO:
- Falsifying business records in the second degree. 175.10 - Falsifying business records in the first degree. 175.15 -
Falsifying business records; - Tampering with public records in the second degree. 175.25 - Tampering with public
records in the first degree. 175.30 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree. 175.35 - Offering a false
instrument for filing in the first degree. 175.40 - Issuing a false certificate. 175.45 - Scheme to defraud in the second
degree. 190.65 - Scheme to defraud in the first degree.




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  REGIONAL KILLER AND NYS CHIEF JUDGE CRIMINAL JONATHAN LIPPMAN NON CERTIFIED
                          OATH OF OFFICE PURSUANT TO:
  - Falsifying business records in the second degree. 175.10 - Falsifying business records in the first degree. 175.15 -
  Falsifying business records; - Tampering with public records in the second degree. 175.25 - Tampering with public
records in the first degree. 175.30 - Offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree. 175.35 - Offering a false
 instrument for filing in the first degree. 175.40 - Issuing a false certificate. 175.45 - Scheme to defraud in the second
                                  degree. 190.65 - Scheme to defraud in the first degree.




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           LAWFUL REQUEST FOR       CERTIFIED COPIES OF PUBLIC OFFICERS OATH OF OFFICE


                                                                           March 23, 2010

Hon. Ann Pfau, question@courts.state.ny.us
Chief Administrative Judge
Office of Court Administration
25 Beaver Street
New York, NY 10004

Dear Judge Pfau:

I write this letter with respect to the attached 3 Public Official profiles and the authorizing laws that entitle the public,
to certified copies of their official Bond and Undertaking and Oath of Office for each position they are listed as
occupying.

This request is made pursuant to the Public Officers Law, Article 2 § 10 (APPOINTMENT AND QUALIFICATION OF
PUBLIC OFFICERS), where it states that:

 “Every officer shall take and file the oath of office required by law, and every judicial officer of the unified court
system, in addition, shall file a copy of said oath in the office of court administration, before he shall be entitled to
enter upon the discharge of any of his official duties.”

Please see: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/corps/oath.html

In addition, this request is made pursuant to County Law, Article 24, Section 910 and Public Officer Law, Article 2,
Section 11. Please also note that all request made herein are in harmony with Section 84 of Public Officer Law
(Freedom of Information).

In the event that there is no record of the above Oath of Office and Bond, please issue a “certificate of no record”
pursuant to Rule 4521 of the CPLR or any other official document indicating that your office has no record on file. In
addition, if there is no Bond and Undertaking for the above public official, please provide me with a remedy in the
event that I am commercially injured by the negligence of said official.

Please mail the above request and the appropriate receipts (if applicable) to the mailing location indicated at the top
of this page by using the enclosed postal stamp envelope.

Thank you in advance for your time and excellent service. This information is needed as soon as possible. I am
confident that you will diligently act in the interest of the public. The below individuals profiles are attached:

        NAME                     ATTORNEY         REGISTRATION NUMBER

    1. FERNANDO TAPIA                         2143451
    2. JONATHAN LIPPMAN                       1387539
    3. JACK BAER, NYC Civil Court Chief Clerk
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New York City Civil Court




                      Hon. Fernando Tapia

    Admitted to Bar NYS, Appellate Division, First Department,
                    1987

        Law School JD, Dickenson Law School

            College

        Experience
                            Civil Court Judge, New York City

                          Civil Court, Bronx County, 2003




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New York City Civil Court
   Administration


                        CHIEF CLERK JACK BAER

   Along with Deputy Chief
   Administrative Judge Fern Fisher, I
   welcome you to our Court's
   website. It is my responsibility to
   assist the Deputy Chief
   Administrative Judge in the
   operation and administration of
   the Civil Court as the executive
   manager of the Court. The Deputy
   Chief Administrative Judge provides policy direction to our
   Court's staff and users, and I insure that these policies are
   implemented. The clerks of our Court, in my name, are
   responsible for administering oaths, taking acknowledgments,
   and signing the process and mandate of the Court.

   Our mission is to provide timely and just resolutions to disputes
   between people within our jurisdiction. Our judicial and non-
   judicial staff is committed to providing quality service to our
   users. We hope that this website will be one of the many ways
   we can be of assistance. Another valuable resource is our
   interactive phone service, which is available at (646) 386-5700
   (for general Civil and Small Claim's matters) or (646) 386-5750
   (for Housing matters).




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                                      AUTHORIZING LAWS
The following laws, statues and codes exemplify that the clerk of the court in which the action is triable is the
authorized entity for filing and certifying court documents. These laws also summarize and authorize the
enforcement strategy when clerks and or public officials violate their oath and bond by advancing a well documented
conspiracy against rights and advancing a well documented court led holder in due course racketeteer and corruption
crime ring that has killed and destroyed many innocent New Yorkers. Please see:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/28443726/Criminal-Report-Jonathan-Lippman-Bond-Number-Oath-of-Office-Court-
Entrapment-Patterns-Treason-Defraud-USA-Certified-Receipts-and-Notarized.

These Public Official Oath of Office and Bonding laws were created to protect the people. As such, they have the
power to stop the killings and destructions documented and outlined in the above captioned web sites.


Public Officers
Article 2-A - ACTIONS ON OFFICIAL BONDS OR UNDERTAKINGS


   § 20. Action upon official bond or undertaking. Where a public

 officer is required to give an official bond or undertaking, and special

 provision is not made by law for the prosecution of the bond or

 undertaking, by or for the benefit of a person who has sustained by his

 default, delinquency or misconduct, an injury, for which the sureties

 upon the bond or undertaking are liable, such a person may apply for

 leave to prosecute such official bond or undertaking. Such application

 shall be made to the supreme court except as otherwise provided in this

 article.

 Public Officer Law: Freedom of Information


  § 84. Legislative declaration. The legislature hereby finds that a
 free society is maintained when government is responsive and responsible
 to the public, and when the public is aware of governmental actions. The
 more open a government is with its citizenry, the greater the
 understanding and participation of the public in government.
   As state and local government services increase and public problems
 become more sophisticated and complex and therefore harder to solve, and
 with the resultant increase in revenues and expenditures, it is
 incumbent upon the state and its localities to extend public
 accountability wherever and whenever feasible.
   The people's right to
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know the process of governmental decision-making
and to review the documents and statistics leading to determinations is
basic to our society. Access to such information should not be thwarted
by shrouding it with the cloak of secrecy or confidentiality.
 The legislature therefore declares that government is the public's
business and that the public, individually and collectively and
represented by a free press, should have access to the records of
government in accordance with the provisions of this article.


Public Officers
Article 2 - APPOINTMENT AND QUALIFICATION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS



  § 10. Official oaths. Every officer shall take and file the oath of
 office required by law, and every judicial officer of the unified court
 system, in addition, shall file a copy of said oath in the office of
 court administration, before he shall be entitled to enter upon the
 discharge of any of his official duties. An oath of office may be
 administered by a judge of the court of appeals, the attorney general,
 or by any officer authorized to take, within the state, the
 acknowledgment of the execution of a deed of real property, or by an
 officer in whose office the oath is required to be filed or by his duly
 designated assistant, or may be administered to any member of a body of
 officers, by a presiding officer or clerk, thereof, who shall have taken
 an oath of office. An oath of office may be administered to any state or
 local officer who is a member of the armed forces of the United States
 by any commissioned officer, in active service, of the armed forces of
 the United States. In addition to the requirements of any other law, the
 certificate of the officer in the armed forces administering the oath of
 office under this section shall state (a) the rank of the officer
 administering the oath, and (b) that the person taking the oath was at
 the time, enlisted, inducted, ordered or commissioned in or serving
 with, attached to or accompanying the armed forces of the United States.
 The fact that the officer administering the oath was at the time duly
 commissioned and in active service with the armed forces, shall be
 certified by the secretary of the army, secretary of the air force or by
 the secretary of the navy, as the case may be, of the United States, or
 by a person designated by him to make such certifications, but the place
 where such oath was administered need not be disclosed. The oath of
 office of a notary public or commissioner of deeds shall be filed in the
 office of the clerk of the county in which he shall reside. The oath of
 office of every state officer shall be filed in the office of the
 secretary of state; of every officer of a municipal corporation,
 including a school district, with the clerk thereof; and of every other
 officer, including the trustees and officers of a public library and the
 officers of boards of cooperative educational services, in the office of
 the clerk of the county in which he shall reside, if no place be
 otherwise provided by law for the filing thereof.
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Public Officers
Public Officers Law Section 10 requires every public officer to take and file an oath or affirmation prior to the
discharge of any of their official duties. The form of the oath or affirmation is set forth in Article XIII, Section 1 of the
New York State Constitution.

A public officer, who is a "state officer," as defined in Public Officers Law Section 2, must file his or her oath or
affirmation with the New York State Department of State.

A public officer, who is a "local officer," as defined in Public Officers Law Section 2, must file his or her oath or
affirmation in the office specified by Public Officers Law Section 10. Local officers are urged to review the statutes
applicable to their particular office for any additional filing requirements for their oaths or affirmations.

A judicial officer of the Unified Court System should file his or her oath or affirmation with the New York State
Department of State (if he or she is a "state officer") or with the office specified by Public Officers Law Section 10 (if
he or she is a "local officer") and, in addition, must file a copy of his or her oath or affirmation with the Office of Court
Administration.

Public Officers Law Section 78 requires all members, officers and employees of state agencies to also file a certificate
with the Department of State acknowledging receipt of a copy of certain provisions of the Public Officers Law and
agreeing to conform to such provisions. A member, officer or employee of the New York State Senate is required to
file such certificate with the Secretary of the Senate. A member, officer or employee of the New York State Assembly
is required to file such certificate with the Clerk of the Assembly.

County Law
Article 8 - OFFICERS; GENERAL PROVISIONS

  § 402. Oath of office. Every officer paid his compensation from county

 funds shall take and file an official oath in the manner prescribed in

 section ten of the public officers law. The refusal or neglect to take

 and file such oath within the time prescribed by section thirty of the

 public officers law, except in the cases of the sheriff, county clerk

 and district attorney, shall be deemed a refusal to serve and the office

 may be filled as in the case of a vacancy. Until the sheriff, county

 clerk or district attorney shall take and file the required oath, he

 shall not perform any duties of the office, nor be entitled to any

 compensation.



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County Law
Article 24 - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO NEW YORK CITY

  § 910. Official undertakings of county clerks. Each county clerk shall

 before entering upon or assuming the duties of his office, give a bond

 to the people of the state of New York in the sum of twenty-five

 thousand dollars, with not less than two sufficient sureties, to be

 approved by the comptroller of the city of New York, conditioned that he

 will faithfully discharge the duties of his office and all trusts

 imposed upon him by law by virtue of his office. In case of any official

 misconduct or default on the part of such clerk, or in case any person

 or corporation is injured or damaged by reason of any error,

 inaccuracies or mistakes in a return of a search certified as correct by

 such clerk, an action upon such bonds may be begun and prosecuted to

 judgment by the attorney general, who shall, after first paying

 therefrom the expenses of the litigation, cause the proceeds of such

 judgment to be paid over, as shall be lawful and equitable, to the

 person or corporation injured or damaged by such official misconduct or

 by reason of any such error, inaccuracy or mistake in a certified return

 of a search. Such bond shall be filed in the office of the comptroller

 of the city of New York.




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New York City Administrative Code (NEW)


Title 3   Chapter 2       Sub Chapter 1

    § 3-205 City clerk; employees; bonds. Each of the following officers
 or employees in the office of the city clerk shall execute a bond to the
 city, conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of his or
 her office, with one or more sureties, to be approved by the
 comptroller, in the penal sum as follows: city clerk, twenty thousand
 dollars; city clerk's cashier, and assistant cashier, three thousand
 dollars each; deputy city clerk, borough of Brooklyn, five thousand
 dollars; deputy city clerks, boroughs of the Bronx, Queens, and Staten
 Island, one thousand dollars each.

Civil Practice Law and Rules
Article 45 - EVIDENCE

   Rule 4521. Lack of record. A statement signed by an officer or a
 deputy of an officer having legal custody of specified official records

 of the United States or of any state, territory or jurisdiction of the

 United States, or of any court thereof, or kept in any public office

 thereof, that he has made diligent search of the records and has found

 no record or entry of a specified nature, is prima facie evidence that

 the records contain no such record or entry, provided that the statement

 is accompanied by a certificate that legal custody of the specified

 official records belongs to such person, which certificate shall be made

 by a person described in rule 4540.



County Law
Article 12 - COUNTY CLERK

  § 525. County clerk; duties. 1. The county clerk shall perform the

 duties prescribed by law as register, and be the clerk of the supreme

 court and clerk of the county court within his county. He shall perform

 such additional and related duties as may be prescribed by law and

 directed by the board of supervisors.


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  2. He shall provide at the expense of the county, all books, files and

 other necessary equipment for the filing, recording and depositing of

 documents, maps, papers in actions and special proceedings of both civil

 and criminal nature, judgment and lien dockets and books for the

 indexing of the same as directed or authorized by law.

Civil Practice Law and Rules


Article 21 - PAPERS


Rule 2102. Filing of papers. (a) Except where otherwise prescribed by
 law or order of court, papers required to be filed shall be filed with

 the clerk of the court in which the action is triable. In an action or

 proceeding in supreme or county court and in a proceeding not brought in

 a court, papers required to be filed shall be filed with the clerk of

 the county in which the proceeding is brought.

  (b) A paper filed in accordance with the rules of the chief

 administrator or any local rule or practice established by the court

 shall be deemed filed. Where such rules or practice allow for the filing

 of a paper other than at the office of the clerk of the court, such

 paper shall be transmitted to the clerk of the court.




  (c) A clerk shall not refuse to accept for filing any paper presented

 for that purpose except where specifically directed to do so by statute

 or rules promulgated by the chief administrator of the courts, or order

 of the court.




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