How to give up your contract in Court – Part 1

Under commercial law you are able to resolve situations as a creditor (eg a Man/Woman) or as a debtor (eg a PERSON). A creditor an authority, is not from the public, but the private. Therefore, it’s logical that one must act as a creditor in order to fulfil such a special role, hence a creditor may be tested along the way. By not acting as the creditor it can undermine your own position and relegate one back to a person debtor. It’s like hiring someone for a job, their Resume may be in excellent order, but the interview clearly relegates the applicant to the skill of a novice.

Here are a series of questions (that some have been confronted with in court) that could possibly help a Judge determine whether there is really a creditor in court or a PERSON posing as a Creditor. Let’s see if you can answer the questions below. Answers are in Part 2

Scenario 1: You’re in court as a Creditor and you have run an administrative process on the private side with an opposite party and now have an agreement:

A. The Judge asks who are you? Do you answer:

  1. Your name
  2. A derivative of your name
  3. Something else that isn’t your name
  4. None of the above, remain silent

B. The Judge asks where do you live? Do you answer:

  1. Your Address
  2. A friends Address
  3. Refuse to answer by remaining silent
  4. None of the above

C. The Judge seems confused with your paperwork, he asks you to explain it. Do you answer:

  1. With an explanation
  2. Quote a relevant Statute
  3. Provide a Conditional acceptance
  4. None of the above, remain silent

D. The Judge says your paperwork seems to be copied from the internet. Do you answer:

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Help from a friend
  4. None of the above

E. The Judge asks you to take a seat. What do you do?

  1. Sit down
  2. Refuse to sit down
  3. Ask if it’s ok to sit down
  4. None of the above

F. You’re asked a series of questions in court. What should you do?

  1. Answer all the questions accurately
  2. Don’t answer any of the questions
  3. State that you’re not here to answer questions
  4. None of the above

 

Scenario 2: You’ve just finished your administrative process on the private side with an opposite party and now have an agreement. The next step is to go into court with your agreement and have the court dismiss the case:

A. It’s ok to bring your documents into the public court and submit them. True of False?

B. You have your Private agreement in court and the Judge asks to see it. You hand the paperwork to a bailiff and after the Judge reads it he says he can’t understand it. Is the Judge telling the truth? True or False?

C. The same Judge who just stated that he can’t understand your paperwork should be considered:

  1. Corrupt
  2. Lazy
  3. Following the law and due process
  4. None of the above

D. Should you enter the bar to give evidence to support your case. True or False?

E. Should you enter the Bar? True or False?

F. Should you testify in your case? True or False?

G. Should you let the court know who will be there prior to going. True of False?

 

Answers are in Part 2

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