courts of law: BREAKDOWN MEANS CHANGE APPROACH - 08/08/19 01:16 PM
We have methods, procedures and established ways of doing most everything unless we go custom and we then all agree to that. In our established ways and means, when all goes well it ends well as expected. But what if there is a hiccup, a failure or worse an unexpected human nature twist that adds fuel to the fire or suffocates it? What then? When something doesn't go right WE must keep going until the reason we came together is realized
Doing what doesn't work and has just been demonstrated not to and trying to revive or use the same method over again? … (3 comments)

courts of law: SMALL and LARGE PRINT - 01/08/19 09:33 AM
It pops up everywhere you go. It is where disclaimers, liability waivers and insurance rate protectors put all their "told you so" information so that you cannot claim later on that you did not know. You see when you litigate something, you find out what works and what doesn't. That's how a one page agreement becomes a 20 page small print agreement
While we are on the subject of litigation, the dreaded question of questions is going to be brought up and it is this: Is that your signature on this page? Are those your initials? All this does … (5 comments)

courts of law: INCOME PROPERTY PAYS OFF - 02/17/18 06:09 AM
In the background and always present of any Real Estate transaction is the rental aspect of it. People buy homes to live in but they still have a rental value as does vacant land, retail and commercial spaces. In fact when I was doing appraisals it was considered a very important value dynamic for making loans and investments.
Some properties pay-off right away (positive cash flow) if priced or managed correctly while others have what they call a negative cash flow. For those that can afford that monthly loss until equity appreciation & markets turn get the rewards of a … (2 comments)

courts of law: SIMPLICITY IS THE DEFAULT - 03/14/16 01:17 AM
That's how all things start out. SIMPLE. Then, once employed or engaged, its people that see how it can run this way or that and to their specific benefit or outcome. That is when it starts to get complicated. Furthermore, have you noticed that mankind cannot be governed efficiently by rules and regulations?
Consider it would be impossible to have a code of conduct, a rule of use or to regulate everything to cover the needs, wants, and situations that people find themselves in. That's why we have courts of law and proceedings. They take what has happened and examine it for its intent and purpose and outcome
There are … (12 comments)

courts of law: DON'T DO IT! - 03/11/15 12:06 AM
Everyone in jail or prison is trying to get out. No need to take a poll because 100% agree that they don't want to stay or be there regretting the circumstance that caused it too. While we are at it, visit any courtroom of your choice and you will get instantly what you shouldn't do or want to end up in
If there ever was a deterrent to help people BEHAVE themselves, jail, prison, hospitals and courts of law stand out very well. The lessons learned when visiting these places or with the people immersed in them are all self-evident too. Life … (2 comments)

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