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Jones sounds as speaking for I know not if bank or people.

Until further facts surface, Will Robinson take Caution....
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Jones sounds as speaking for I know not if bank or people.

Until further facts surface, Will Robinson take Caution....


May be Jones make up Rule and case!!!  He no give a link.  Is no prove.  We do not no.

I will email Mr. Roper and ask him to say if Jones is true.  Or is Jones the bank???

Also who is Will Robinson?
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I accept that the opinion of the court is an erroneous dicta.

Perhaps you can explain to the forum what that means, though I rather doubt it.


Ha! Ha!  You not only one who no about the dicta!

Here is about the dicta:

Reading Decisions Correctly -- Obiter Dicta
http://ssgoldstar.websitetoolbox.com/post/Reading-Decisions-Correctly-Obiter-Dicta-6144534
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I will email Mr. Roper and ask him to say if Jones is true. Or is Jones the bank???


OK I check Mr Roper.  He say Jones is true and Joens is not bank.  He also say U.S. Supreme Court is true.  I forget to ask about Will Robinson.  May be some one else no.
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Will Robinson was the fictional son of Dr. John Robinson aboard the Jupiter 2 that was lost in space.

Smith was liked by the trusting Will Robinson, but he was disliked by both the Robot and the equally-suspicious Major Don West.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_in_Space


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Now I No
I didn't no before but now I no.

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Maybe someone can find appropriate online links to the Federal Rules and this U.S. Supreme Court case.

Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(h)(3)
Kontrick v. Ryan, No. 02-819, 540 U.S. 443, 124 S.Ct. 906, 157 L.Ed.2d 867 (2004)
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This little snippet in a non-foreclosure case shows the correct Florida rule as to conditions precedent:

"The requirement in that rule that a denial of performance or occurrence shall be made specifically and with particularity does not make failure of performance or occurrence of conditions precedent an affirmative defense."
Plowden & Roberts, Inc. v. Conway, 192 So. 2d 528 (Fla. 4th DCA 1966)
http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=8644166506026309380
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