Admiralty Maritime Law
Uniform Commercial Code
The Constitution of the united States of America mentions three areas of jurisdiction by which the courts may operate under.
The third one is Admiralty or Maritime Law.
Admiralty/Maritime Law is a civil jurisdiction of compelled performance which has criminal penalties for not adhering to the letter of an international contract.
Today all laws, such as traffic laws, ordinances, tax codes, building codes, VAT etc, are all under Admiralty/Maritime Law
No court will like to admit to be operating under international private law or Merchant Law, so, at one point Admiralty/Maritime Law was adopted into codes, more commonly known as
UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE or UCC.
Hence judges were instructed not to call it Admiralty/Maritime Law jurisdiction. Instead they now refer to it as Statutory Jurisdiction.
Statutory Jurisdiction is made up word that essentially means opposite to “written law”.
Today UCC is implemented all over the world via the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law called UNIDROIT.
UNIDROIT owns their International Private Law, which is another name for UNIFORM COMMECIAL CODE.
The Vatican owns UNIDROIT.
In contradiction to contracts under Common Law, where any contracts must be entered under three conditions which are: knowingly, voluntarily and intentionally for the parties, international private contract under Admiralty/Maritime Law or UCC jurisdiction, can be entered unknowingly or as Tacit agreement.
All so-called National Laws of today are tacit agreement of UCC or Statutory Laws.