============================== CFJ 2595 ==============================
Tiger Jr. is a player.
Called by Tiger: 18 Jun 2009 08:19:37 GMT
Assigned to scshunt: 21 Jun 2009 01:21:01 GMT
Judged TRUE by scshunt: 21 Jun 2009 04:32:54 GMT
A pledge is an entity. Citizenship is an entity switch. A pledge is
also a contract, and as such all its switches have the values its text
states that they have.
Rule 869 (Power=2)
How to Join and Leave Agora
Citizenship is an entity switch with values Unregistered
(default) and Registered, tracked by the registrar. A player is
an entity whose citizenship is Registered. Changes to
citizenship are secured.
The verb "to be registered" means to become a player (i.e., to
have one's citizenship changed from Unregistered to Registered),
and the verb "to be deregistered" means to cease to be a player
(i.e., to have one's citizenship changed from Registered to
Unregistered). Where the verb "to register" or "to deregister"
is used without an explicit direct object, the action is
A first-class person CAN (unless explicitly forbidden or
prevented by the rules) register by announcing that e registers,
wishes to register, requests registration, or requests
permission to register.
A second-class person CAN register with Agoran Consent.
A player CAN deregister by announcement. A person CANNOT
register within thirty days after being deregistered by any
means other than by a mechanism that the rules explicitly
describe as a means of honorable deregistration.
A player who is not a person and has never been a first-class
person CAN be deregistered by any player by announcement.
Rule 2198/5 (Power=2)
Making Contract Changes
Contract Changes CAN be performed as follows:
a) By agreement between all parties, if the contract's minimum
number of parties is at least two.
b) By a party without objection (any other party CAN object),
if the contract's minimum number of parties is less than
c) Using a mechanism specified by the contract.
d) By the contract by announcement, if it is a person.
If a contract does not purport to regulate becoming a party to
it, then any person CAN become a party to it by announcement.
If a contract states that one or more of its switches have
certain values, then they do.
The rest of this rule notwithstanding, if the nature and/or
permissibility of a Contract Changes is ambiguous, then it has
Contract changes are secured.
Judge scshunt's Arguments:
The rules are clear enough. TRUE.