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The 12 Equitable Maxims

MAXIMS An established principle or proposition. A principle of law universally admitted, as being fair, just and consonant With good reason.   The 12 Equitable Maxims The twelve equitable maxims are: 1. Equity will not suffer a wrong without a … Continue reading

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THE 12 PRESUMPTIONS OF LAW At The Pseudo Administrative Tribunals Falsely Called Courts

THE 12 PRESUMPTIONS OF LAW At The Pseudo Administrative Tribunals Falsely Called Courts As a presumption, is a presumption on which must be agreed by the parties, to be true. THEN and EQUALLY If one party challenges the presumption to … Continue reading

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