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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in toolbar] (by way of Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar])
Subject: SLS: "importing" state laws into federal courts

     5.   By importing  the California  Civil Code, see 28 U.S.C.

1652, this  Court must  recognize the  Common Law  as the rule of

decision, see CCC 22.2, and acknowledge that an obligation arises

either from  the operation  of law,  or from  the contract of the

parties, and  nothing  else,  see  CCC  1427,  1428.    The  only

obligation that  arises from  the operation  of law is to abstain

from injuring  the person  or property  of another, or infringing

upon any of his rights, see CCC 1708.  Petitioners have failed to

identify any  damage or  injury and thus have failed to state any

claim upon  which relief  can be  granted.  Consent is one of the

elements that  is essential  to a  valid contract,  see CCC 1550.

Apparent consent  is neither  real  nor  free  when  obtained  by

duress, menace, fraud, undue influence, or mistake, see CCC 1567.

Respondent denies  the  existence  of  any  valid  contract  with

Petitioners, either  express or implied in fact (i.e. assumpsit),

and denies voluntary participation in the government scheme known

as "public  policy", see The Federal Zone, Appendix I: "Notice to

50 Governors";   Erie  R.R. v. Tompkins, 304 U.S. 64 (1938).  The

printed second  edition of  The Federal  Zone is  incorporated by

reference as if set forth fully herein, see Exhibit "A".

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