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  • legalbear7
    My friend Dan Meador who managed the FREEDOM HALL IN OKLAHOMA and was a former friend of mine who died over two years ago wrote an article in December 4, 1999
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 6, 2008
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      My friend Dan Meador who managed the FREEDOM HALL IN OKLAHOMA and was a former friend of mine who died over two years ago wrote an article in December 4, 1999 called Fraudulent Juristic Name (Here is your Straw Man). To see the article and read it for yourself, go to the following web site link at: <http://www.svpvril.com/dmjuristic.html>
      In general, it is necessary to properly identify parties to actions or judgments are void, as treated in Volume 46, American Jurisprudence 2d, "Judgments":
      §§ 100 Parties [46 Am Jur 2d JUDGMENTS]
      A judgment should identify the parties for and against whom it is rendered, with such certainty that it may be readily enforced, and a judgment which does not do so may be regarded as void for uncertainty. Such identification may be achieved by naming the persons for and against whom the judgment is rendered. Technical deficiencies in the naming of the persons for and against whom judgment is rendered can be corrected if the partie s are not prejudiced. A reference in a judgment to a party plainly liable , followed by an omission of that party's name from the language of the decree, at least gives rise to an ambiguity and calling for an inquiry into the court's real intention as reflected in the entire record and surrounding circumstances. [Footnote numbers omitted; cites not reproduced]
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