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==============================  CFJ 1294  ==============================

    The Administrative Orders issued by the Executor of the Bank in
    <> are
    improperly or invalidly executed.


Caller:                                 Razl

Judge:                                  Taral
Judgement:                              DISMISS



Called by Razl:                         08 May 2001 21:21:14 GMT
Assigned to Taral:                      11 May 2001 02:10:16 GMT
Order(s) stayed:                        14 May 2001 17:57:42 GMT
Dismissed by Taral:                     18 May 2001 00:51:53 GMT
Judgement distributed:                  18 May 2001 21:09:44 GMT
Order(s) issued:                        12 Jun 2001 00:34:27 GMT


Caller's Arguments:

Orders to satisfy debts are regulated by Rule 1599/6 (Power=1).

Rule 1599/6 (Power=1):
>     The Executor of the creditor of any unsatisfied debt may, at
>     any time, Order the debtor to satisfy that debt; but e may not
>     do so if any other Order neither satisfied nor vacated exists
>     requiring the same debtor to satisfy the same debt, or if the
>     debt is disputed. The debtor shall have seven days to satisfy
>     the debt from the time the Order is executed.

 1) this type of Order is regulated by Rule 1599/6;
 2) Rule 1599/6 restricts the target of such Orders to the debtor
 3) and the Notary is not the debtor of the debts mentioned in the Order,
I conclude that the Order was improperly or invalidly executed.

Debtor is defined by Rule 1596/5 (Power=1):
>     A "debt" is an obligation arising under these Rules for one
>     entity (the "debtor") to make a transfer of one or more
>     Properties to some other entity (the "creditor").


Judge Taral's Arguments:

Rule 1794 states that Administrative Orders are (only) those Orders
executed by an Officer in the course of performing the duties of that
Office. In this case, the Officer is Blob and the Office is that of the

Here I interpret "duties" to mean "work that one is obliged to perform
for moral or legal reasons". However, I find no precedent or Rule which
makes these Orders a "duty" of the Treasuror. Therefore I find that
these Orders do not satisfy R1794's requirements for an Administrative
Order, and therefore are Private Orders.

Since the statement now refers to Orders in a way which can not
logically admit to being TRUE or FALSE (it refers to things that, due
to the restrictions of the specification, do not exist), I am required
to dismiss this CFJ by R1565(ii).


Judge Taral's Evidence:

Rule 1794/4 (Power=1)
Classes of Orders

      (a) Each Order is of one of the following classes:
        (1) Judicial: A Judicial Order is an Order executed by a
            Player while acting as a Judge.
        (2) Appellate: An Appellate Order is an Order executed by a
            Board of Appeals.
        (3) Administrative: An Administrative Order is an Order
            executed by an Officer in the course of performing the
            duties of that Office, except when those duties involve
            acting as a member of a Board of Appeals.
        (4) Legislative: A Legislative Order is an Order executed as
            part of the effect of the adoption of a Proposal.
        (5) Private: A Private Order is any Order not described above.

      (b) For the purpose of this Rule, the holder of any of the
          following positions shall be considered an Officer when
          performing a duty required by or a privilege permitted only
          by virtue of holding that position:
          (1) the Speaker; or
          (2) the Recordkeepor of a Currency.

Orders in question (sent by Blob):

As Executor of the Bank:

I hereby Order the Notary to satisfy Andre's debt of 18 Stems.
I hereby Order the Notary to satisfy Palnatoke's debt of 229 Stems.
I hereby Order the Notary to satisfy Stuart's debt of 130 Stems.


Judicial Order(s) by Taral:

As Judge of CFJ 1294, I vacate the stay placed on the Orders referred to
in this matter.