From Black’s law dictionary 2001 second (pocket) edition
CONSTITUTIONAL TORT- A violation of one’s constitutional rights by a government officer, redressable by a civil action filed directly against the officer. A constitutional tort committed under color of state law (such as a civil rights violation) is actionable under 42 USC 1983.
FACIALLY VOID- (Of an instrument) patently void upon an inspection of the contents.
MALFEASANCE- A wrongful or unlawful act, especially wrongdoing or misconduct by a public official; misfeasance in public office.
MISFEASANCE- A lawful act performed in a wrongful manner, a transgression or trespass.
MISFEASANCE IN PUBLIC OFFICE- The tort of excessive, malicious or negligent exercise of statutory powers by a public officer.
MISPRISION- Concealment or nondisclosure of a serious crime by one who did not participate in the crime.
NONFEASANCE- The failure to act when a duty to act existed.
VOID- Of no legal effect, null.
VOID JUDGMENT- A judgment that has no legal force or effect, the invalidity of which may be asserted by any party whose rights are affected at any time and any place, whether directly or collaterally. From its inception, a void judgment continues to be absolutely null. It is incapable of being confirmed, ratified, or enforced in any manner or to any degree.
"I don't understand how the "bank" (3rd party unsecured debt collector) with the assistance of the court, can divest me of my property through [their] criminal acts of filing fraudulent documents." (MN 609.625/MN 609.64)