TFH 2/25 | The Hidden Secrets Behind Legal Reasoning That Every Homeowner Needs To Know To Survive Foreclosure

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TFH 2/25 | The Hidden Secrets Behind Legal Reasoning That Every Homeowner Needs To Know To Survive Foreclosure

TFH 2/25 | The Hidden Secrets Behind Legal Reasoning That Every Homeowner Needs To Know To Survive Foreclosure

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Sunday – February 25, 2018

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The Hidden Secrets Behind Legal Reasoning That Every Homeowner Needs To Know To Survive Foreclosure

 

 

 

Why is it that most nonlawyers have a difficult time understanding the law and its processes?

The simple answer is that not only is there a widespread lack of transparency within the legal system, organized too often around independent institutional fiefdoms, but also because it is submitted most attorneys and most judges themselves do not fully understand the basic realities of legal reasoning.

Tradesmen, such as plumbers and carpenters, for instance, would soon be out of a job if they did not understand how their tools worked, yet attorneys and judges too often, frankly, lack adequate understanding of how their authoritative tools — Rules — actually work, and the resulting imprecision and confusion results much less in professional unemployment than it does in job security.

Rules and hence related concepts of legal reasoning began where the overriding “Rule” was “I am the King” and words literally meant what the King said they meant based on the words alone, which is what on past shows we have termed “The Rule Ritual,” where “Rule Statements” (and not the thoughts behind the Rules) are considered to be the Rules.

Yet, as societies have become democratized, so did Western legal systems with the adoption, for instance, of the Magna Carta, the English Courts of Equity, and the Bill of Rights — each seeking rule interpretations consistent with contemporary views of equity, justice, and societal values, ends, and realities, yet still cast in terms of Rule Statements.

The Rule Statements, such as those embodied in those historic documents, are really coded messages from the past pertaining to authoritative judgments as to existing resources, the social order, and ends, yet handed down to every evolving more knowledgeable future generations but without the code book.

Major advances in human history whether in the physical sciences or the social sciences have usually come about not with the solving of isolated, specific problems, but with the unlocking of universal secrets.

Examples in the physical sciences, which started with the insight of earth, air, fire and water as the four basic elements of the universe explaining everything, have been the identification of the splitting of the atom and the splitting of DNA and now beyond.

While the social sciences and particularly the legal system have lagged in such equivalent breakthroughs, for almost one hundred years semanticists have nevertheless been cautioning us to distinguish between words (“rule statements”) and things (“thoughts”).

Once that distinction is fully understood and applied within the legal system, it is submitted that its impact in the law will be equal in magnitude to the splitting of the atom and DNA in the physical sciences and beyond to institutional change, as our legal institutions are themselves the embodiment of Rules.

On this Sunday’s show we will attempt to demonstrate the ameliorating impact that the abandonment of “The Rule Ritual” in legal reasoning and its replacement with “Real Enterprise Analysis” can and inevitably will have in American law, its teaching and its understanding and its implementation, for theory is best understood by way of examples.

We will attempt to do so by showing how “Rule Enterprise Analysis” applies, time permitting, in a number of key areas in foreclosure defense, such as after-foreclosure relief, personal knowledge requirements for granting of summary judgment, TILA rescissions, the standing-at-inception rule, appellate jurisdictional time limits, and any other topics that callers would like to explore.

Listeners of this Sunday’s show should and many will find themselves much wiser and much smarter in foreclosure defense than even their attorneys and their Judges.

These unique insights will also suggest needed changes throughout that American legal system once it is understood that we need our decision making institutions, the legislature and the courts especially, to be able to quickly process knowledge and not laboriously process words divorced from any meaning rooted in human existence, and not rooted in grunts from vocal cords reduced to symbols historically marking us as the missing link between
humankind and the ape.

Gary Dubin

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