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Bouviers law dictionary, 1856 Edition
“Sui Juris – One who has all the rights to which a freemen is entitled; one who is not under the power of another, as a slave, a minor, and the like.To make a valid contract, a person must, in general, be sui juris. Every one of full age is presumed to be sui juris.
TITLE 26—INTERNAL REVENUE CODE § 508 (trust) © Sui Juris Court Angels Foundation since 03/2005
(1) Mandatory exceptions
Subsections (a) and (b) shall not apply to—
(A) churches, their integrated auxiliaries,
and conventions or associations of churches,
EXCEPTION. Act of excepting or excluding from a number designated or from a description; that which is excepted or separated from others in a general rule or description; a person, thing, or case specified as distinct or not included; an act of excepting, omitting from mention or leaving out of consideration. Express exclusion of something from operation of contract or deed. An “exception” operates to take something out of a thing granted which would otherwise pass or be included. Christman v. Emineth, N.D., 212 N.W.2d 543, 552.
And further: An exception in a statute is a clause designed to reserve or exempt some individuals from the general class of persons or things to which the language of the act in general attaches. The office of an “exception” in a statute is to except something from the operative effect of a statute or to qualify or restrain the generality of the substantive enactment to which it is attached, and it is not necessarily limited to the section of the statute immediately following or preceding. Gatliff Coal Co. v. Cox, C.C.A. Ky., 142 F.2d 876, 882 [both of the above definitions come from Black’s Fifth Edition]
In other words, the rules are bent when dealing with an exemption, but the rules simply DO NOT APPLY to someone who was never placed on the list, i.e., – excepted. The inclusion of the word “mandatory” in section 508(C)(1)(a) adds a little weight, and it sounds like weight of law. Because this is the U.S. Code, not CFR, this means that the law can ONLY apply to government agencies or employees.
The USC is law for government personnel, but only CFR can be applied to U.S. citizens [26 USC 7805]. The IRS rules cannot be mandatory upon 508s because Section 508(C)(1)(a) stipulates that the tax laws have absolutely nothing to do with them. The only way that you can make them mandatory is by volunteering.
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