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Did you know the UNITED STATES actually defines the fictitious entity spelled like your name with upper case letters as a "corporation"? The definition is in 15 USCA (United States Code Annotated) section 44;"Corporation" shall be deemed to include any company, trust, so-called Massachusetts trust, or association, incorporated or unincorporated, which is organized to carry on business for its own profit or that of its members,…."So if the state has created this "unincorporated corporation" then does it have authority over it?Yes it does. And until you give them notice otherwise, they will always have authority over it.That is what a UCC-1 Financing Statement does, it gives public notice that you, the secured party, have a claim against the debtor, the unincorporated corporation.

Now when you file this notice, you take this entity "out of the state", out of the jurisdiction of a fictitious entity and into the private venue, your kingdom, and thus the entity becomes "foreign" to the state and now it becomes an unincorporated foreign corporation to the state. Sounds like an oxymoron, but
then again, I am using THEIR terminology!
Financing Statement: A document setting out a secured party’s security interest in goods. A document designed to notify third parties, generally prospective buyers or lenders, that there may be an enforceable security interest in the property of the debtor; It is merely evidence of the creation of a security interest, and usually is not itself a security agreement; The financing statement is filed by the security holder with the Secretary of State, or similar public body, and as such becomes public record.

Security Agreement: An agreement which creates or provides for a security interest between the debtor and a secured party. UCC-9- 105(h); An agreement granting a creditor a security interest in personal property, which security interest is normally perfected either by the creditor taking possession of the collateral or by filing financing statements in the proper public records.
Security interest: Interest in property obtained pursuant to security agreement; A form of interest in property which provides that the property may be sold on default in order to satisfy the obligation for which the security interest is given; Often "lien" is used as a synonym,although lien most commonly refers only to interests providing security that are created by operation of law, not through agreement of the debtor and creditor.
A security agreement must exist to file a UCC-1Financing Statement, but does this mean it must be in writing and attached to the UCC-1? Possibly, but what if it is a verbal agreement?
Since your strawman corporation cannot speak how can it write or sign its name? You can create one and attach it, but you probably don’t need it. In fact, one can still do all of the administrative procedures without filing a UCC-1, because you are the secured party and creditor whether you file or not. Filing the UCC-1 is actually more for your benefit than for anyone else because it makes this esoteric, intangible subject more real to you and gives you confidence, and that gain alone is worth every bit of the effort expended.
Some of the states give you a hard time when filing the financing statement as they claim you are "contracting with yourself". To prevent this, you create a separation between you and your strawman corporation so that "they" can tell the difference (as if they didn’t know!). One of the things you can do is to apply for a tradename for your corporation. Once this is filed, you will start receiving promotions in the mail advertising credit card machines that you can use in your "new business". You will not need them, but it indicates that the "corporate system" now recognizes your strawman as a "fictitious entity doing business for profit" – a corporation.