What Makes A Contract?

Posted on Sunday, February 25 at 12:27 by Diogenes
1. OFFER - political promises made prior to the voting. 2. ACCEPTANCE - by the electorate (voting into Office) 3. INTENTION - To win Party control of the Government, candidates make promises and the electorate accept these promises. 4. SUFFICIENT & EQUAL CONSIDERATION - For the electorate vote the candidate/Party promises to .... 5. CERTAINTY OF TERMS & CONDITIONS - The voters elect the candidate (Party) to be the ruling Party for a maximum of 5 years under the conditions of offer candidates have made on behalf of their respective Parties. 6. MENTAL & LAWFUL CAPACITY TO CONTRACT - Age of majority to run and/or vote. 7. LEGALITY OF PURPOSE - A writ has been dropped to elect a Government. 8. GENUINE CONSENT (knowingly, willingly, and voluntarily)- Name on ballot/name on voters list. There is a contract make between the various parties and the electorate who elect their candidate to the office of MP/MPP. To enter into a contract with false intentions (lies when asking for the vote) is to create a fraud. There are laws governing fraud that would punish those who deceive. A judge that tries to interfere with a contract is an interloper. He/she may only see that the legal contract is fulfilled as to the content (promise/acceptance & conditions) of said contract. Therefor elected MPs/MPPs take note, the electorate will, under the rules of contract, be able to take legal action against you if you fail to satisfy your part of the contract. When the electorate of Canada vote you into Office, on the basis of your promises, and as MPs/MPPs you do not carry out the stated/printed promises, there could be a class action suit because you neglected to satisfy your part of the contract. We executed our part of the contract by electing you to Office. You are therefore obligated to honour your part of the contract. FYI A contract is a legally recognized agreement made between two or more persons. Such agreement gives rise to obligations that may be enforced in the court, the failure to observe which creates a liability to pay compensation in the form of damages. G. Fridman Law of Contract in Canada 3 (1976) VOTERS put your Mps/MPPs on notice. By casting your vote in favour of your elected candidate, and the candidate accepting the results (win) you have a binding assumpsit contract. {This was sent to every sitting member in Ottawa and Queens Park. None refused the contract. After 20 legal days it became a binding Common Law Contract.} Glenn Hutton http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contracts

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