Dan Greenman shared Strictly Voluntary's post to the group: NZ Freedom forum - defending our human rights in New Zealand.

sees as part of the nature of intention that, "the law rests on presumptions, where the law supposes a contract, or otherwise, until the contrary is proven." and "there are two general presumptions in respect of intention. [1] where the arrangement is social in nature, the courts incline strongly against any legal consequenses being intended. [2] where the arrangement is of a business or commercial nature the courts presume the necessary intention to bind and be bound.", see gerbic & lawrence, butterworths 1988, pg75.
So in other words, guilty until proven innocent when money and power is involved?
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sees "this alternative as inescapable" indeed, until we dispell our ignorance of the law and aquire an accurate knowledge.
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