Feb 11, 2019 By Bryan Camp Those who perform shell games often view them as games of skill. Those who lose money view them as blue collar swindles. I personally lost money at one on the streets of New York in the early 1980’s, a tuition payment to the School of Hard Knocks. Sophisticated taxpayers use shells—layers of … More Lesson From The Tax Court: Taxpayer’s Shell Game Defeats IRS
Feb 26, 2018 (OP-ED) — The author of this post is an author and consultant to attorneys (and a paralegal) on real property matters and his comments (especially in this post) are of his own opinion and not that of others in the legal system. Those who wish to obtain legal advice must ferret … More Those who implicitly trust in the legal system will get screwed by it!
November 30, 2015 by Neil Garfield The Banks are getting increasingly obscure in their pleading and proof because they do not have any actual transactions in the chain upon which they can rely to collect or enforce an alleged “loan.” They are relying upon the appearance or illusion of actual transactions because there is all … More STANDING IS NOT A MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION