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Re: V.Important

Post by Guest on Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:50 pm

Hi guys

Candor - perhaps you're right, for me time and more info will decide it.

Fortunately i've discovered it doesn't affect the credibility of a theory i'm working on.

Panic over!

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Post by Waffle on Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:55 pm

Inclusive is exclusive of what's not inclusive

If I was to say: in this act fruit includes apples.

Wouldn't you already presume fruit includes apples. I.e you don't need a definition to explain that for you.

Inl terms you may (must) read like this.

In this act limitation includes trust and trust means a constructive trust. You should be reading trust for limitation and constructive trust for trust.

Generally they tell you in the act the definition of not you have to go look around for it, or they say it is defined elswhere. Realistically we could do with a copy of strouds for defining terms.

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Post by Waffle on Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:57 pm

Inclusive of one is exclusive of the other, it's actually a maxim.

http://www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/E/ExpressioUniusEstExclusioAlterius.aspx

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Post by Waffle on Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:28 pm

In terms of jurisdiction I don't believe there is one jurisdiction we can assign this to. It's very clear from the sections of statutes that have been posted that the jurisdictions do flip, they've legislated that the father needs to assure the custody and guardianship of his child by way of deed ventra sa mere. They've flipped the jurisdiction right there, deeds should have nothing to do with statutory law.

The process appears to be incredibly complex which is why I'm yet to see any real evidence from someone who's cracked the code, mainly mixed views that tend to focus on a specific jurisdiction.

I've got statutory law, common law, equity and ecclesiastical

It's like they can get it so far in one jurisdiction then have to flip it to get it to the next stage, to allow the process to flow. Which is why they introduced different jurisdictions in they first place to enable the law to flow.

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Post by Guest on Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:51 pm

Hi Waffle

Incredibly complex? Not arf!

i can understand how they're allowed to flip jurisdiction on the fly - ie in court, verbally - but i would love to know how they square it in writing the acts and statutes. You've seen it so they must be doing it, but it doesn't seem legal never mind lawful.

Btw did you guess what a 'hereditament' is?

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Post by assassin on Tue Sep 19, 2017 2:02 am

They dont square it as they give a verbal opinion of the tripartate and what the tripartate state verbally is not what they state in writing.

Hereditament is any property which can be inherited, it can be corperal which is the sensory, defined as detectable by the five senses, and incorperal which is for guess what? TAX.
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Post by Guest on Tue Sep 19, 2017 11:08 am

Hi assassin

Re: Hereditament - is it in the written definition that it 'can be' both corporeal and incorporeal?

If it does than i believe it refers to the physical and spiritual, because i am fairly sure (by context) hereditament is referring to the man.

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Post by assassin on Wed Sep 20, 2017 1:43 am

Yes it is.

Hereditement does refer to the man and they are even trying to manipulate this.
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Post by Guest on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:00 am

Hi assassin

From your previous posts it's obvious that you take a good look at something before you commit to an answer.

So i call that a ringing endorsement, thanks!

Clears one or two things up for me at least. Oh, and credit to FM for the clue.....

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Post by assassin on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:03 am

You do have to be careful with these sites as many people watch them and the more ways we find of thwarting them, the more ways they find to manipulate things to their advantage, and they have corporate money backing them.
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Post by Guest on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:26 am

Hi assassin

Noted.

....on the other hand, the buggers keep changing and shifting things to stay ahead anyway!

It's a fine line.

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Post by assassin on Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:15 am

Its a very fine line and most people know it, sometimes a friendly reminder is in order.
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