============================== CFJ 2996 ==============================
Under the ruleset proposed by P7015, the conditions under which a
promise are not destroyed must also be conditions required to be
true for the promise to be cashed.
Called by omd: 17 Apr 2011 04:20:31 GMT
Assigned to ais523: 19 Apr 2011 06:53:43 GMT
Judged TRUE by ais523: 22 Apr 2011 14:43:55 GMT
"The conditions of the promise" refers everywhere else to
the conditions required for cashing, and in general the wording of the
clause about destruction does little to contradict this
> Optionally, the author CAN, in the creating message, specify a
> set of conditions required to be true for the promise to be
> cashed. The default is that the promise has no conditions.
> A Player CAN cash a promise in eir possession by announcing that
> e does so, provided either that the promise has no conditions, or
> all of the conditions of the promise are true. To do so, e must
> clearly and unambiguously identify the promise and SHOULD publish
> its text.
> Cashing a promise destroys it, unless the conditions of the
> promise explicitly and clearly include conditions under which the
> promise is not so destroyed, and these conditions are true.
Judge ais523's Arguments:
I judge CFJ 2996 TRUE. A condition on destruction is still a condition.