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TREATISE - Introduction to Law Merchant

TREATISE - Introduction to Law Merchant

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Published by BigGator93
by Byron Beers
COPYRIGHT 2007 (See Page 2)
www.goingtopeace.com
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I, Jason-Thomas of the Family Hoffner do not bond the use of this process or any process for anyone. Proceed based on your own personal understanding and risk. Only proceed with processes and actions which you alone can defend. If you cannot defend your process… please do NOT engage the process. I am not a lawyer or legal scholar. I do NOT practice law. Presume that the information is errant, full of lies and balderdash. This is merely a regurgitation of my limited understanding. The contents of this document and/or the discussion of this information are for entertainment purposes only. Please conduct your own research to prove or disprove the information contained within this document and the discussion.
by Byron Beers
COPYRIGHT 2007 (See Page 2)
www.goingtopeace.com
www.lulu.com

NOTICE & WARNING:
I, Jason-Thomas of the Family Hoffner do not bond the use of this process or any process for anyone. Proceed based on your own personal understanding and risk. Only proceed with processes and actions which you alone can defend. If you cannot defend your process… please do NOT engage the process. I am not a lawyer or legal scholar. I do NOT practice law. Presume that the information is errant, full of lies and balderdash. This is merely a regurgitation of my limited understanding. The contents of this document and/or the discussion of this information are for entertainment purposes only. Please conduct your own research to prove or disprove the information contained within this document and the discussion.

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Introduction to Law Merchant
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TREATISE – Introduction to Law Merchant
This is a free publication offered to those who seek the truth by goingtopeace.com
 
 
Introduction to Law Merchant
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Copyrighted © 2007 by goingtopeace.com. All rights are reserved,except the contents of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrievalsystem, and transcribed in any form or by any means without express permission, but may not be sold.The author of this book does not give legal advice. Remedies areavailable if you know where to look for them. The purpose of this book is to reveal and compile the sources of some of these remedies that can be found in millions of pages of case law, statutes, codes, laws, rules,and regulations. This book is intended to decrease the time it takes todiscover the components of your remedies and their application. It is theresponsibility of the readers to understand their remedies, to seek assistance if necessary, and to apply proper and complete concepts toreach a successful conclusion to a dispute. This book does not exhaustthe information that might be needed to successfully settle a dispute.
 
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