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Court As Executor of Your Estate


Product Description

What is an asset? Most people who've transacted in commerce understand the meaning of the word. According to Black's Law Dictionary, an Asset is simply defined as "an item that is owned and has value". Based on this broad definition, an asset could be just about anything. But what if you are the asset yourself, particularly in the view of the court?

In this eye-opening new lecture, Winston will explain the role of the court's acting role as executor of your trust or estate. He will discuss the court system's status as a third party debt collector, and the true value behind civil and criminal judgments.

Topics of discussion include:

*Thought Programming

*Learning Theory

*Stockholm Syndrome

*The King and His Court

*Commerce & Trade

*Money of Exchange vs. Money of Account


*Cash Reserves

*Questions & Answers

Be sure to add this important lecture to your learning library!