Radio Show Number 264, December 02, 2014

The difference between a General or Special “Appearance” in Court!

Clint’s Guest: Steve

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3 thoughts on “Radio Show Number 264, December 02, 2014

    1. To be honest I only ever glossed over this act and I never really noticed the term (living new-born child) was missing. But [{F3}still–born child] links to the Children Act 1975
      c. 72SCHEDULE 3 Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953 (c. 20)Section 13
      we find..
      13(1) For “living new-born child” in each place where it occurs, except sections 6, 7, 8, 34(3) and 36, there is substituted “still-born child”.

      that’s all well and good but a quick search for the word living comes up with one result (unless Iḿ missing something) the word (living) only shows up once in the Births and Deaths Registration Act in 34.3

      And their I was thinking Id had seven years to claim my right as per the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666 blahblahblah, when I was registered as a still born from the get go.
      I may have already known this and forgot but considering the amount of hangovers I’ve woken up with over the year…
      Am I missing something? does this Act really only refer only to the registering of still-born child?

  1. Link to the book mentioned (epub), The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, by Étienne de la Boétie:

    If you haven’t yet discovered the benefits of e-book readers there are for example plugins at least for Mozilla Firefox to read in your browser, as well as I’m sure there are stand alone software.

    Wishing everyone in the northern hemisphere a Merry Winter solstice!

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