============================== CFJ 2237 ==============================
Warrigal is party to a public contract called the UNDAD
Called by ais523: 22 Oct 2008 13:57:08 GMT
Assigned to root: 27 Oct 2008 07:17:40 GMT
Judged FALSE by root: 27 Oct 2008 18:49:33 GMT
On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 10:52 -0400, Geoffrey Spear wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 8:06 PM, ihope wrote:
> > Kyle is hereby defined as a non-registered entity on whose behalf I
> > can act by announcement. Kyle degregisters.
> You're the only such entity. This probably succeeds in establishing
> "Kyle" as a nickname for yourself and binding you to that awful
> > For that matter, Kyle registers, if possible.
> Rule 869 makes it IMPOSSIBLE for Kyle to register at this time.
Evidence: The quoted text above, and the fact that the UNDAD defines
"degregistering" as a method of joining it. Also, note that the UNDAD
was not a contract before the message (and may not have been
afterwards), due to having insufficiently many parties.
> I create the following contract:
> 1. This is a public contract called the UNDAD.
> 2. Anyone can join this contract by announcement. Joining this
> contract is known as "degregistration".
> 3. comex CAN act on behalf of any party to this contract by announcement.
Gratuitous Arguments by Machiavelli:
I never intended for myself to join the UNDAD; if I
had, I would have said "I degregister", not "Kyle degregisters". The
"non-registered" was meant to entail that Kyle was not me, though it
failed in doing so.
Judge root's Arguments:
Okay then. It seems to me that Warrigal was reasonably confused about
the effects of eir message and did not willfully consent to joining
the UNDAD. Per R101(iii), this entails a refusal on eir part to
become party to the UNDAD. I assign a judgement of FALSE to CFJ 2237.