============================== CFJ 2344 ==============================
Props are a type of asset.
Called by ais523: 12 Jan 2009 09:39:44 GMT
Assigned to ehird: 19 Jan 2009 09:32:06 GMT
Judged TRUE by ehird: 25 Jan 2009 22:59:49 GMT
Rule 2166/9 states:
An asset is an entity defined as such by a rule or contract
(hereafter its backing document), and existing solely because
its backing document defines its existence.
When the backing document for props was decontractised by proposal (N.B.
we since altered the gamestate to what would have happened if it wasn't,
but the change nevertheless occurred), props continued to be tracked
informally: they were reports, people transferred them around, and they
otherwise acted entirely like assets. In light of this, it is a bit
absurd to state that props exist solely because their backing document
defines their existence; I think we have demonstrated that even without
a backing document, props can exist just fine.
Judge ehird's Arguments:
Umm, I pass a trivial TRUE on CFJ 2344.