[BLML] When the agreement lacks mutual understanding. [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

richard.hills at immi.gov.au richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Thu Apr 19 02:51:15 CEST 2012

Samwise Gamgee:

"It's the job that's never started as takes longest
to finish."

Robert Frick:

>include opinions with your guesses on my
>director skills,
>The director could rule, at his choice,
>The director can also rule that

Richard Hills:

The Director skills that Robert Frick has never
started to acquire, and will take longest to
finish, is an understanding of the fundamental
principles forming the Nature(1) of Duplicate
Bridge. Once such fundamental principle is
the Law 85 requirement that the Director must
resolve disputed facts by "the balance of
probabilities, which is to say in accordance
with the weight of the evidence he is able to

The Frick proposal if adopted (in his dreams)
would punch a hole in Law 85 by allowing a
Director to make an arbitrary ruling instead.

Best wishes,

Richard Hills

(1) The actual Laws apply between the
decennial revisions. The Nature is relevant
only when the Drafting Committee is thinking
about the pros and cons of change to a Law.

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