Jethro wrote:My guess is the witness would say she didn't know who suspended
Jethro wrote:those records -- and who knows who entered the information thereon -- contain an entry that says "SUSPENDED".
Not necessarily, but it doesn't matter. So long as the records show "SUSPENDED", it will be presumed correct, because there will be no other evidence to the contrary on the record
. You could testify it's not your signature in the records to rebut that presumption, but then you would waive your right not to be compelled to testify against yourself in a criminal matter.
Jethro wrote:Correct the records.
Legal notice? Conflicting record in the county recorders office? Or just hypnosis of the judge?
Virtually every administrative agency has a duty to produce copies of records they have about you at your request -- often called an "open records request", "privacy act request" or the like. They also have a procedure to correct erroneous records
. Even if they didn't, you could likely get the records corrected through a mandamus or declaratory judgment action (if they refuse to correct them).
So if you suspect some agency has erroneous records about you, why not get them and examine them? palani, I completely agree with your statement at the start of this thread:
Yours is the only signature. You are the only one who can enter a document into existence. By saying 'That is my signature' you actually bring the document to life .. you share some of your life force with it.
If that's true, so must the converse also be true: By saying "That is NOT my signature" you kill a document that was otherwise presumed to be alive (and attached to YOU).
Why not put that into an affidavit and send it to them with instructions to correct their records and destroy or void the account nun pro tunc
that the "non-signature" created?