============================== CFJ 1486 ==============================
All references in public forum to "Kolja" should refer to the
original bearer of that name, Kolja A. This should be applicable
Judge: Sir Toby
Called by Cainech: 10 Feb 2004 22:41:58 GMT
Assigned to Sir Toby: 14 Feb 2004 16:33:47 GMT
Sir Toby recused: 15 Feb 2004 17:50:49 GMT
Assigned to OscarMeyr: 15 Feb 2004 18:40:50 GMT
Dismissed by OscarMeyr: 20 Feb 2004 02:40:24 GMT
Judge OscarMeyr's Arguments:
1486: DISMISSED. CFJs decide issues of fact and of the Rules,
not of intent. Accordingly, a CFJ on whether a nickname "should" refer
to a particular entity is not relevant. Therefore R1565(iii) applies.
The Court notes that a valid CFJ would be one that claims that a
nickname does, or does not, refer to a particular entity.
Judge OscarMeyr's Evidence:
Evidence 1: R991
Rule 991/5 (Power=2)
Any person may request formal resolution of a dispute pertaining
to this Nomic by submitting a Call for Judgement (CFJ) to the
Clerk of the Courts. The submission of a CFJ constitutes proof
of the existence of such a dispute.
A CFJ should be a single clearly-labeled Statement whose truth
or falsity can be determined using logical reasoning, assuming
perfect knowledge. A CFJ may be accompanied by Arguments,
Evidence, or other related material; the Judge is encouraged,
but not required, to take notice of these things.
The Clerk of the Courts shall publish the text of a CFJ, along
with any additional material submitted by the Caller (including
but not limited to Arguments and Evidence), no later than the
time e announces the identity of the first Judge assigned to
Evidence 2: R1565
Rule 1565/10 (Power=1)
Dismissal of a CFJ
A Judgement of DISMISSED should be delivered if and only if one
or more of the following is true:
i) The CFJ does not contain a single clearly-identified
ii) After a reasonable effort to obtain all relevant
information, the Judge can neither determine the Statement
to be true nor determine it to be false.
iii) The Statement does not relate to a matter relevant to the
iv) The CFJ lacks standing, as defined elsewhere.