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    Applying The Statute Of Frauds To "Et Al."

    Charles II, aka the "Merry Monarch", was sitting on the English throne when the original Statute of Frauds was enacted in 1677.  Therefore, one should be forgiven for the mistaken presumption that all questions involving the application of the...

    Partnerships, real estate broker, statute of frauds, et al., Jacobs v. Locatelli, Judge Paul M. Marigonda, Justice Conrad L. Rushing, writing

    Must A Security Be Written?

    In yesterday's post, I covered some of the differences between the laundry lists of securities found in the California Corporate Securities Law of 1968 and the Securities Act of 1933.  Both lists seem to contemplate instruments that are written. ...

    California Securities Laws, Section 25019, definition of security, Section 8, writing