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A Private Membership Association (PMA) is an umbrella term for a variety of associations with the objective of conducting their business in private, versus public. Associations, social clubs, and memberships that are secular or faith based are considered PMAs for the sake of simplicity.
Over 241 years ago “We the People” created several independent compact commonwealths and states which, in turn, created the the Nation named The United States of America.
A PMA is created by and exists upon the exact same authority and power that people asserted in The Declaration of Independence of the thirteen united States of America; The Articles of Confederation; The Constitution for the United States of America; The Bill of Rights and, even, in the Laws made in pursuance thereof.
Boys and Girls Club, drinking or cigar clubs
Natural medicine practitioners, chiropractors, counselors, massage therapy, therapeutic plant medicine.
Home or alternative schools
Grocery stores, brick and mortar businesses, handyman service
Health, school, or other with a faith in God or Nature
Mobile, faith based in God or Nature
Fixed location, faith based in God or Nature
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Here's a list of the most frequently asked questions
What is a PMA?
Private Membership Association (PMA) is an umbrella term for a variety of associations with the objective of conducting their business in private, versus public. Associations, social clubs, and memberships that are secular or faith based are considered PMAs for the sake of simplicity.
What are the benefits of a PMA?
Being able to operate your business, school, health practice or church without asking permission from ANY authority is at the top of the benefits list. A PMA is outside of local, state and federal jurisdiction. Operating under your own authority/jurisdiction means regulations and restrictions imposed on the public do not apply to you.
Is there legal precedent for PMAs in court?
Yes. In fact, many times the Supreme Court has issued their opinion in favor of PMAs. The only instances PMAs were found to be invalid is when their founding documents contained wording that made them statutorily compliant.
How are PMAs protected by the Constitution?
PMAs invoke the protections of the 1st, 4th, 5th, 9th, 10th and 14th Amendments of the US Constitution. The right to private contract (your Membership agreement being the contract) holds the highest jurisdiction of all. Our government does not have the right to interfere with private contract.
Who do I give notice to once my PMA is formed?
If you are dissolving a public business and re-opening as a PMA, I recommend you publish a notice in your local paper for 30 days. You may need to relinquish your LLC with the Secretary of State. Other than that, there is no filing of paperwork. Founding documents act as guidelines for your members and trustees, and evidence if you’re ever challenged with regard to the validity of your PMA. Remember, you’re not asking permission. You are making a statement of self governance.
What if I want to keep my professional license?
You may choose to keep or relinquish your license. If you keep it, you’ll need to be very careful to separate your public business from your private, members only business. This may be necessary in the case of a medical doctor who wishes to keep their license in order to prescribe, but also see members in a private capacity.
How do I decide which type of PMA I need?
This depends on your circumstances and the type of association you intend to form. You may need a Private Health, Education, or Membership Association. If your activities are based on a faith in God, Creator, or Nature, you may qualify for a Faith Based Association, Ministry or Church. The latter include tax protections in addition to the benefits of operating in the private domain.
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