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Getting pulled into court over the NOL..

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Asked on May 25, 2020 12:29 am
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Hello Cathy,
 
No one has been dragged into court for sending the InPower NoL. It is designed to be a very safe document that keeps you out of court. The only way that you could be summoned to court is if you initiated that action. And why would you do that?

According to law, there must be mens rea (“guilty mind”), meaning that you had the intention to commit a crime, or had knowledge that your action (or lack of action) would cause a crime to be committed. However, on the very first page of your Notice of Liability it states: 

NOTICE TO RESPONDENTS / LIBELLEESIT IS NOT THE CLAIMANT / LIBELLANT’S INTENTION TO HARASS, INTIMIDATE, OFFEND, CONSPIRE, BLACKMAIL, COERCE, OR CAUSE ANXIETY, ALARM OR DISTRESS. THIS DOCUMENT AND ATTACHMENTS ARE PRESENTED WITH HONORABLE AND PEACEFUL INTENTIONS, AND ARE EXPRESSLY FOR YOUR BENEFIT TO PROVIDE YOU WITH DUE PROCESS AND A GOOD FAITH OPPORTUNITY TO STATE A VERIFIED CLAIM.

Therefore, mens rea cannot be established.

Yes, the InPower team will support all of our members and if any one receives a threatening letter, we will help you to reply in the correct lawful way.

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Answered on May 25, 2020 7:38 am
Excellent. I must have misunderstood the reference to a summons during the Q&A section of the NOL webinar. Yes, the key is, we are not defendants in this process. We are negotiating the terms of a contract in good faith. Thanks Lea!
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