The silver bullet to dismiss a court case

As the title implies…is there such a thing as a silver bullet in a court case? The answer is Yes. However, it’s not what many think and it eludes the best researchers, some stumble across it without knowing it, many actually execute it without knowing it. What is this elusive “silver bullet”? You can have…

Why you should ask for Forgiveness.

Here’s something you won’t see everyday, how many would send a letter to an opposite party asking for forgiveness? Probably not many I suspect. Watch the movies? You’ll regularly hear prosecutors in court say “Forgive Me your honour”. What could the judge say in reply? Perhaps: “get on with it then”, “we don’t have all…

Why be Negative?

In a previous post here, a position was briefly discussed that one cannot prove anything – the facts are on the moon. A working example of how this can be used in practice is below in the form of an Affidavit. This example is from a public side template posted here with instructions. You cannot…

Public Side Process Example

The power of a record between the parties is often underestimated. It will be this record that expresses agreement and can be used to enforce performance of a party. In this comprehensive public side example, a 3 step process utilising a 3rd party presenter to create an enforceable authenticated record between the parties. The example…

An Agreement is important.

In order to assist in any proceedings, it’s paramount to ensure that some form of agreement is in place prior to commencement of action(s). Why is this important? An adjudicator’s role is fundamentally looking for consent among the parties – contracts must have consent. Therefore, an adjudicator will carefully determine whether there’s consent throughout each…