In a legal case, can you put disputing parties in logical format like A, B, C etc…?
It brings clarity and brevity.
Here is a real life example.
Yesterday I received a courier which contain 198 pages of a triparte legal dispute.
The sender asked about his chances of winning his appeal in National Consumer forum.
After studying his paper, I gave him following short reply.
“I do not see much chances in your Appeal.
Even for claiming as a benificiary, his rights must flow from agreement between A and B. If this agreement does not refer to benefits for C, then C does not become a benificiary.
If there are trust, breach of trust and other rights between, B and C, then the C does not thereby become benificiary of agreement between A and B.
C has to peruse civil court remedy against B only”.
The point here is : I named three parties as A, B, and C. Then I tried to put their dispute in a logical type format. It is easier to explain a legal issue by referring to parties as A, B, C etc.
It was thus possible for me summarise whole 198 page dispute in few lines.
Perhaps you may also find that a case becomes clearer when names of parties are replaced with abbreviations like A, B, C etc.
Haresh Raichura 28/2/2017