============================== CFJ 2506 ==============================
If a member of an entity's basis nominates that entity for an
election, then that entity has been self-nominated.
Called by Yally: 06 May 2009 20:56:06 GMT
Assigned to Quazie: 06 May 2009 21:44:49 GMT
Judged UNDETERMINED by Quazie: 08 May 2009 14:44:15 GMT
Gratuitous Arguments by omd:
Most partnerships don't allow their parties to act on
behalf of it by announcement; counting this as self-nomination would,
for example, allow me to potentially heap obligations on the PBA by
nominating it to an office.
Judge Quazie's Arguments:
I judge UNDETERMINED. Only true for first class players.
The basis of a first-class person is the singleton set consisting of that
Making this CFJ TRUE for first class players.
A public Legalistic partnership whose basis contains at least
two persons is a person, and SHALL act as specified by itself.
So this CFJ could be TRUE if a partnership specified that having a
member of its basis nominate itself constitutes a self-nomination, but
in every other partnership the nomination would NOT be a self
nomination (and I'm not even 100% sure that in the case that the
partnership specified that it would be a self-nomination that it would
indeed be one). Thus FALSE in this case and UNDETERMINED in general.