Welcome to Session 12 of the series on The Law Explained and the topic tonight being the subjects of Fraud and Debt; and what is the nature of Fraud?
And what is so important about comprehending the concept of Fraud in the context of Trusts and every single court case, whether or not Fraud is acknowledged? Also tonight, we will be discussing specific aspects of Debt; and the different types of Debt within the present system. And what are the implications of that debt in all our lives?
Part 1 – Notices of Appearance
Page 3 – Review of Key Points from Session 11
Page 4 – Notice of Special Appearance – Registered Post
Page 5 – Notice of Appearance – Affidavit
Page 6 – Notice of Appearance – Interrogatories
Part 2 – Review on Key Concepts
Page 8 – Law always involves the tribunal of persons
Page 9 – Law always involves one or more Estates
Page 10 – The law is necessarily fictional
Page 11 – Law always involves Argument
Page 12 – Law depends upon Logic and Reason
Page 13 – Law always involves the process of form, cause and action
Page 14 – Law always involves one or more Rights
Page 15 – Types of Rights
Page 16 – Law always involves one or more Trusts
Page 17 – The 2 different states of Beneficiary
Page 18 – Procedural Law always involves Property
Page 19 – Five conditions that end a Trust
Part 3 – Goods and Chattels
Page 21 – What are Goods?
Page 22 – What are Chattels?
Page 23 – What is a Sale?
Page 24 – What is a Bargain?
Page 25 – What are Inchoate Instruments?
Parts 4 & 5 – Fraud and Debt
Page 27 – What is Fraud?
Page 29 – What is Debt?