|So -- What is Ethereum; and, how does it relate to Law?|
|By Rob Chamberlain|
OFFHAND In most countries, with totally different scripts- spoken and written local languages though, traditionally as a convention, or a Rule, than as an Exception, HAVE LAWS (may be, other than for localized purposes , e.g municipal law), framed and enacted in ENGLISH, chosen as the common language for domestic/national as well as international trade and other commercial purposes. That is so, as generally considered to be the most convenient of all, from a pragmatic view point . Nonetheless, the outstanding malady / problem commonly complained of, one thinks, is traceable to the fact that the meaning of each and every word, as may be readily seen from the English to English Dictionary , more often than not, connote varying ‘concepts’; also mutually conflicting or confusing anyone even if were duly skilled, and reasonably mastered in, the 2 of the 3 ‘R’s – Reading and wRiting.
Not mind or scared to try and get more confused, anyone may look up the host of material available in public domain – e.g. HERE the three R's definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary
Tit Bits: For thoughts shared, look up the previous Blogs- Label ENGLISH Law v (X) Case Law
Cross Refer (if not yet discouraged, by now):
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