(43) The Right of The American People and the Corporations to "reasonably" swift Justice;
(A) No more "stonewalling", or "unnecessarily delaying" the legal process with other than one appeal.
(B) Additional appeals will be implemented during the time that the judicial decision is carried out.
(D) There will be more "judges" and court personnel to expedite the timely process of cases. And, if need be, The courts will operate around the clock.
The Responsibility of this Right is to not try to "wear down" or exhaust the patience of litigants in the business sector judicial process. Prescribed times of procedures, for the courts and all concerned in a case, will be enforced in this. "Prescribed Times" for these litigation procedures will be Standards developed for this.
(44) Freedom from Commercial Servitude (debt), Out Of Court Collection Practices and Unjust Penalties for Late Payments;
(B) New strengths will be added to the enforcement of these Fair Decisions.
(C) No business will be driven into bankruptcy, or Individuals into "poverty" by "Fair Debt Payment Decisions". Fair and Decent Standards for the meaning of "bankruptcy" and "poverty" will be developed.
The Responsibility of this Right is for increased understanding and watchfulness of the ethical responsibilities of Individual consumers and businesses in transactions that involve credit. It might help, with this matter, if professional or volunteer, third arbitration institutions would be developed to investigate these kinds of transactions.
(45) Family Farmers will have the Right to not be conflicted, or intruded upon, by corporate farms. Each of these Prosperity Sectors will stay in their assigned operational areas. The spread of pollen, beyond its original area of application. will be seen as;
(A) An "Act of God".
(B) A deliberate and illegal attempt to intrude on the enterprise of Honest Farmers, or Seed Growers.
The Responsibility of this Right is to prevent prosperity interference from corporate farming strategies and tactics on the Family Farms of American Tradition.
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