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The mission of Winston Shrout Solutions In Commerce is to provide material that encourages, supports, and assists as many people as possible in completing their commercial education. And, as they venture out into the world of commerce, at least they will be aware of some of the relevant history, the educational material available, and some possible remedies that may be useful in navigating through the commercial maze. Solutions In Commerce addresses such topics as bankruptcy, court room procedures, facts and agreements, failure of consideration, refused for cause, unlawful detainer, habeas corpus, bonds, corporate franchise, benefit privileges, the difference between legal title and lawful possession... and a great deal more.
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Habeus corpus,’ a fundamental of UK justice, translates as, ‘have you got the body?’ It’s required for a murder trial to proceed. However, we have yet to see Jo Cox’s
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The outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789 meant that an indigenous British radicalism which had continually romanticised the fight for liberty during the civil wars turned to France for inspiration. Thomas Paine’s rhetoric that it was necessary to sweep system away in order for individuals to claim their voting rights to participate as a citizen was particularly potent. With a constitution based on property and a monarchy based on divine right, this simple, heady idea that you were given rights at birth captured the hearts of many Englishmen. This frightened theconservative, aristocratic British establishment which reacted by introducing restrictions to civil liberties: the suspension of Habeus Corpus, the Treasonable Practices Act, and the Seditious Meetings Act.
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