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Re: SORBS Contact
- From: Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr.
- Date: Mon Aug 14 10:22:20 2006
Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr. wrote:
David Schwartz wrote:
Nonsense. You have tort obligations as well as contractual
Specifically, if you take custody of someone else's data, and you have no
contract with that person, you have a tort obligation not to destroy it.
The nonsense is here! I am not a lawyer, but I am pretty sure that if
you abandon property (stretching the definition of "property" to get you
foolishness into view) that I did not ask for on my property, I am am
pretty sure that not only can I abate the nuisance, I in doing so have a
tort claim against you for the damage and the cost of abatement.
Too bad I'm no longer bright enough to read my own .sig! Among other
things, it says there from time to time:
"Ex turpi causa non oritur actio" which I believe to be Lawyer Latin for
"No cause of action may be founded upon an immoral or illegal act".
(Thanks sixthformlaw.info for the quotation.)
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