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===============================  CFJ 3637  ===============================

      If the Rules say you CAN do something by paying assets, without
      specifying a destination for the payment, you CAN do it by
      transferring those assets to anyone.


Caller:                        G.

Judge:                         G.
Judgement:                     FALSE



Called by G.:                                     30 Apr 2018 15:15:17
Assigned to G. (via Certiorari):                  30 Apr 2018 22:09:34
Judged FALSE by G.:                               30 Apr 2018 22:09:34


Caller's Arguments:

Straightforward argument for TRUE:
R2166 overrides common definitions by making "pay" a synonym for transfer:
> An asset generally CAN be transferred (syn. paid, given) by
> announcement by its owner to another entity, subject to
> modification by its backing document.

Straightforward argument for FALSE:
Payments without destination are error-trapped by this later clause in
> If a rule, proposal, or other
> competent authority attempts to increase or decrease the balance
> of an entity without specifying a source or destination, then the
> currency is created or destroyed as needed.
so if "payment without destination" is a method in the rules for doing
something, it happens via asset destruction only (not transfer).


Judge's Arguments:

    FALSE, based on the Caller's Arguments for FALSE.