With this documentation we establish
that the claims by the Principality of Sealand to its State Territory ‹Hakeburg› are incontestable both according to the national law of the FRG and to international law and are thus enforceable.
It will be shown that
· the Hakeburg still forms part of the assets of the German Reichspost (Special Assets of the German Reich) and thus remains part of the Property of the German Reich that were confiscated by the US of A in 1944
· the FRG can only dispose of the entire property of the German Reich and of the special assets of the German Reich or parts thereof with the written consent of the Government of the United States of America
· neither the Federal Republic of Germany nor the Deutsche Telekom AG have until now been able to show any license or certificate of exemption issued by the United States of America that they may transfer the confiscated assets of the German Reich to the assets of the FRG or that they may sell them
· the Deutsche Telekom AG thus describes itself wrongly as the owner of the Hakeburg at Kleinmachnow near Berlin
· the lease contract between the Principality of Sealand and the Commissary Government of the German Reich (SHAEF Legislator USA) is legally valid both in international law and in the law of the German Reich
· the refusal by the Deutsche Telekom to allow the Principality of Sealand to make use of its leased territory contravenes both national and international law
· all claims by the Principality of Sealand for compensation for the loss of use, conveyed to the Sealand Trade Corporation, are legal and have not been challenged until this day.