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Unlike the ease of childbirth, moving is really hard. [Jun. 13th, 2001|11:47 pm]
Roy Janik
OR: Nah, the first subject was pretty funny. I'll just leave well enough alone
So the cats have now been moved to Human Dwelling 43, ironically enough. The last I saw of Joey before coming back here to move more stuff, he was cowering under the bed, poor lad. Clancy, of course, is claiming ownership of everything by rubbing her head on it. Except for one chair, which she hates.

Also, before Joey ran for the bedroom, he nosed around a bit. What's one of the first things he did? That's right, he ran into the bathroom, jumped up on the counter, and demanded to be pet. I started to oblige, but his fur started flying everywhere, and Leigh Anne's allergic..

By the way, does anyone know if an IOU can be considered a legally binding contract?

[User Picture]From: twilight
2001-06-13 10:34 pm (UTC)
I believe it is, but I'm not the one to ask. Ask my good friend morbidthoughts; he's a lawyer about to take the bar.

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[User Picture]From: vyvyanbasterd
2001-06-14 08:06 am (UTC)

If you're talking...

If you're talking about my new form of currency, "IOweYouaDrink", it would in fact be FRAUD to screw me out of said currency.

Do you owe me any drinks?
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[User Picture]From: swordfish
2001-06-14 12:57 pm (UTC)

yes, an IOU is a legally binding contract. it is an acknowlegment of a legally binding debt, and thus it is a contract. the only problem one would have dealing with it is getting the terms of this contract. were one to take it to court, the defendant could argue that the IOU was unclear on the terms, etc.
This answer brought to you by one of the the attorneys at the firm i work at.
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