“Registration” comes from Latin “rex, regis” etc. meaning regal.
So think about what occurs to whatever you ‘register’ – you hand legal title over to the Crown. When you register anything with the public, it releases legal title to the government corporation and leaves you with only equitable title – the right to use, not own, and for that use you will pay a ‘use’ tax which is every tax, be it income, sin, sales, property, etc. as opposed to lawful taxes – excise and impost. So that it doesn’t appear that the government now owns the property which you have registered they put it in a name which so much resembles your own that you won’t suspect it, however, the NAME is owned by the government. If you choose rather to record your legal title to your property with the public, you maintain your status as Title Owner. This is one of the most important things you can ever learn for the sake of your commercial affairs. –Mary Elizabeth: Croft
I (Hansen) only agree in part to Mary’s argument yet this can be overcome by a ‘court of record’ trial by jury’, common law challenge hearing. They say they have a legal interest in the property when it is registered, I believe it is not ownership but possibly a contract relationship foremost.