Standing under Article 61 shouldn't cause you any issues with the normal business of your legal fiction. Of course it is best not to contract with someone who isn't under oath to the barons' committee but... duress of circumstance.
At the end of the day, the state is unlikely to allow our ownership to supersede its own. Search for the contexts in which the state has granted itself the authority to expropriate your land if you like.
Of course :) all of that is why Article 61 and MC1215 are monumental! Whenever it is invoked, we have essentially hit the manual override switch... Government systems are like an autopilot - if it gets glitchy or goes rogue, we need that manual override handy! No safety-conscious designer would create a vessel without one :)