Pactum De Singularis Caelum
Covenant of One Heaven
Article 43 - Death Record
A Death Record is any valid and duly authorized record recognizing the end of a term, award, patent, tenure, existence, grant, agreement, gift, permission or bond into a lesser Great Register and Public Record of one of the societies associated with One Heaven in accordance with this Covenant.
A Death Record is less than a Divine Record as once a Divine Record is created it cannot be uncreated, whereas every Death Record depends upon the prior creation of a Life Record whose term, award, patent, tenure, existence, grant, agreement, gift, permission or bond has expired.
A Death Record may only be issued in accordance with the Articles of this most sacred Covenant.
A Death Record is formed in accordance with this sacred Covenant when a Living Trust is terminated being either a Trust, Superior, Temporary or Inferior Living Trust:
(i) A True Trust is terminated upon the space-time event of the physical expiry of the vessel; and
(ii) A Superior Trust is terminated upon the expiry of the term, award, patent, tenure, existence, grant, agreement, gift, permission or bond or the Trust Trust that underwrites it; and
(ii) A Temporary Trust is terminated upon the expiry of the term or fulfilment of purpose, whatever is sooner; and
(ii) An Inferior Trust is terminated upon the expiry of the term, award, patent, tenure, existence, grant, agreement, gift, permission or bond or the Trust Trust or Superior Trust associated with it.
A Superior Trust, Temporary Trust or Inferior Trust cannot exist beyond the termination event in space-time for the associated Trust Trust.
As a valid Death Borne Record is an extremely valuable instrument, it may only be issued under one of three (3) conditions of validation:
(i) That a certified true copy of a certificate of live birth, or death for the member has been provided and uploaded to their records by the member or blood related kin; or
(ii) An affirmation has been made, sealed and witnessed by two other members previously granted Live Borne Records that the member is unable to obtain a copy of the live birth or death record of their blood related kin; or
(iii) That the member claimed an Ecclesiastical Office in life that by definition therefore claimed the source of its power from Heaven and the Divine Creator.
A Live Borne Record issued without one of these three conditions being met is automatically invalid from the time of issue.
A valid Death Borne Record is an authenticated abstract issued to a member by a Ucadian Society when a member has met a condition of validation and:
(i) Lists the official name, symbol, name of the covenant, trust number of One Heaven and words "great reguster" at the top of the document; and
(ii) Clearly indicates the document is an Abstract, which is an Extract of an Event Record from the Great Register; and
(iii) Lists the words "Death Borne Record" before the name of the trust; and
(iv) Makes a formal reference to this Article of the Covenant; and
(v) Lists the trust name, the trust number as well as the trust birth event for the true trust; and
(vi) Includes a unique register number for the document for the greater register; and
(vii) Includes a UCADIA Time; and
(viii) Is sealed by a Judge of One Heaven or a Judge holding the powers of the Supreme Court of One Heaven for the purpose of sealing a Death Borne Record; and
(ix) Is sealed by a Registrar for Births, Deaths and Liens of the Supreme Court of One Heaven
If one or more of these conditions are not me, then a Death Borne Record is invalid.
A valid Death Borne Record is proof of superior title above all other claimed registrations, ledgers and property rights. When issued to an inferior society, a valid Death Borne Record is a formal contest of such inferior title, preventing by law that society from conveying any property or rights based on their inferior claim until the contested title is resolved.
When such a society refuses to acknowledge the legitimate contest of title and conveys property and rights by Deed, then such Deeds are an abomination before all Heaven, have no Ecclesiastical authority whatsoever, with any officer authorizing such a dishonor automatically stripped of their right to administer any and all property and deeds.