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A place for posting Notices of Understanding and Intent and Claim of Rights

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Postby Tyber » Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:17 am

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Re: Please Critique my NoR, it has it all

Postby CrownCorleone » Mon Aug 31, 2009 10:05 pm

you sound on point my dude, where did you get this template from?
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Re: Please Critique my NoR, it has it all

Postby FreeSpirit » Tue Sep 01, 2009 5:30 pm

Hi,

I've asked the question before but as yet haven't had an answer - is a fee schedule not subject to normal tests of reasonableness? Also does the charge not have to be proportionate to your loss? I can't see that a court will ever view costs on this scale as reasonable and thus are likely to just throw the claim out - and would this not then set a common law precedent which would be binding on everyone else?

No mention ever seems to made of precedents. My understanding is that these are common law and carry more weight than the statute they are set upon. Thus, if the statute itself is not lawfully binding, is the precedent that follows it, as common law, not lawfully binding unless it contradicts other ancient common law rights that carry a higher authority (e.g. Magna Carta 1215)?

I would be grateful if an administrator or someone with extensive knowledge of common law could answer this.
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