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Cestui Que Vie Act 1666

What Is Cestui Que Vie? “Cestui que vie” is a legal term that comes from old English law. It refers to a person for whose life or benefit property or a trust is held or given, or to the beneficiary…

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Common Law doesn’t recognise Equity

Equity doesn’t exist in Common Law which gave rise to the validity and fairness in which rooted in the Common Law The common law rigor doesn’t recognise the equitable interests of beneficiaries so after a ruling in a  common law…

Quantum Grammar

Why you shouldn’t use Quantum Grammar The word Quantum Grammar is a made up construct created by a man named David-Wynn: Miller who is widely known in his country for his outrageous claims and being band from most courts in his…

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Meet Your Strawman

“Hey there we notice you have a child, In order for your child to be recognised by our members and be able to do business within our realms, your child would need to be signed via application. Your child will…