Fraudulent Grammar and Frivolous Lawsuits | The Advocacy For Consumer Rights

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Unfounded and unnecessary lawsuits are a part of life for many people throughout the world. We live in a time where it is possible to sue a private citizen, public figure or business for nearly any reason you can think of. When these lawsuits happen, there are a few ways to make them go away. Some companies are using grammar laws as a way to stop lawsuits. How does this work?

Mathematical Laws of Grammar

Everything in the universe is based on math, which is why you spent so much time learning it in school. Our whole world, including communication, can be described in mathematical concepts. Grammar follows a certain set of rules that, when broken, create confusion. From this grammar confusion, mistakes can be made. If you assume something means one thing when it was intended to mean another, nothing good happens. This misunderstanding is fruitful grounds for many a lawsuit. Using the mathematical laws of grammar, a firm could root out the origins of the misunderstanding, as well as the intention behind it.

Using Grammar Laws to Understand Contracts

These lawsuits based in false grammar can be considered unfounded for a number of reasons. First of all, contracts, both written and verbal, require that you understand what you are agreeing to do. If the contract was designed to be intentionally difficult to understand due to false grammar, the lawsuit could be considered unfounded. In this way, detecting false grammar is an excellent way to stop lawsuits from hurting your business and personal life.

If you want to stop lawsuits, one way is to hire a firm that can detect fraudulent grammar. By searching for unacceptable grammar designed to confuse and trick you, they can determine if a lawsuit is false and unfounded. This detection gives you what you need to get out from under unnecessary and ridiculous lawsuits, as well intentionally misleading contracts.

 

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