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Tuesday, November 04, 2014



Yes I know, I came across this strange dichotomy in people's thinking that the "Old" laws are still valid and the "New" laws are just an addendum to the older version.
A lot of people are going to get hurt if they continue thinking in this manner.
The only way to make the point clear is to publish examples of such cases as they occur.

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