Fri May 25 01:38:22 CEST 2007
Reimar D?ffinger wrote:
> On Thu, May 24, 2007 at 05:48:02PM +0100, Robert Swain wrote:
>> :) Which country's law do we choose to be acceptable for handling
>> people's money? My knowledge of law is not significant, only that the
>> US has millions of laws because people sue for stupid reasons like "I
>> put my cat in the microwave to dry it out and it died. There was no
>> warning telling me not to do so. I want compensation." compared to
>> most other countries which rely on common sense a bit more. So I
>> hear, anyway.
> I doubt there is much choice since it has to be one of the locations of
> the people involved. Also I'd not really plan on a case where we need to
> involve the law, hardly anyone of us has that kind of money to waste,
> and due to tax reasons I don't think we really want to involve any
> really big amounts of money...
I'm fairly confident that the jurisdiction in question would be the U.S.
for the fairly simple reason that I am the only one who would take the
initiative on the whole matter. :)
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