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Q: Why is the court room laid out like a ship? And why does said ship fly a flag that means no nation no constitution?
T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Dec 20, 2023

The layout of admiralty or maritime courtrooms resembling a ship and the flag flown, often known as the "admiralty flag" or "maritime flag," is associated with a legal theory known as admiralty law or maritime law. This theory suggests that these courts operate under a distinct... View More

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Q: A cruise line said we owe them from a canceled 2020 cruise that never sailed. They said a double refund we never got it

Upon investigation the bank said we didn’t owe them anything and they saw one refund . I supplied a a letter from the bank and statements to show we got one refund . The cruise line accountant told us to wire the money or they will cancel our new cruise we have booked .trust me I checked and... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Mar 5, 2023

If you have evidence that you received the double refund that the cruise line is claiming you owe them, and you have provided this evidence to the cruise line's accounting department, but they are still threatening to cancel your new cruise unless you wire the money, it may be advisable to... View More

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Q: Black law dictionary edition 2 states that an artificial person can be created with bankruptcy.

It then goes on to state that the United States Bankrupt Act of 1898 it is provided that the word persons, shall include corporations, except where other wise specified. Does the birth certificate create an artificial person? And how is this legal. And before you try to say no, I have already seen... View More

Anthony M. Avery
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answered on Nov 21, 2023

I have no idea what you are talking about. But unless the debtor is a person, corporation, or some other legal entity, including trusts, filing such a petition of an artificial person will be federal bankruptcy fraud. That is a federal crime. And the 1898 code is defunct, as the 2005 code... View More

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