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Riggs v Palmer

vand1832
aamjed91

1) In regards to the statutes that regulate the making, proofing, and the effects of wills when written, the intent with which they were made was that of making sure that the donee (or donees) named in the will were given the property promised to them. 2) To this end, and through a literal interpretation of the aforementioned statutes, one might say that if someone is named in a will, and the will can not be, and is not, modified in any way, then the person that was named must be given the prop...

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Updated 18 Seconds Ago

God's Existence

hayhen13
MattDoesGML

1st round is accepting the challenge. Anyone who wants to seriously debate the topic and wants to prove that God can exist please accept....

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Updated 11 Minutes Ago

Nuclear > Wind

JacobGibbsDofE
Shadowhuntress

Hello, I am Jacob Gibbs.Resolution: "Looking to the future, we should fund Nuclear energy rather than Wind energy"I will be arguing for the resolution, my opponent will be arguing against. Rules of the debate1. No abuse of semantics.2. No resorts to insults or personal attacks.3. Plus, all ToS (Terms Of uSe) apply.4. Breaking any of the rules constitutes a forfeit and the voters are then not justified in giving that person any points.Structure of t...

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Updated 23 Minutes Ago

only personal physical experience of now is real

vi_spex
gomergcc

my personal physical experience of now is everything, and anywhere beyond that is the reflection of nothing...

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Updated 25 Minutes Ago

Palmer should not receive the inheritance from the will.

lyn280
sweetbabyjesus

Presiding Earl, J 1) On August 13, 1880, Francis B. Palmer made his will and testament, he left small legacies to his two daughters and left the rest to his grandson Elmer E. Palmer. (1.1.1) 2) Elmer who was sixteen at the time was well aware of what was in the will and was very impatient to receive it. (1.1.3-4) 3) When Francis started to show his intention to change the provisions made in the will, Elmer poisoned Francis. (1.1.4) 4) Now Elmer wants to claim the possessions left to him from...

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Updated 26 Minutes Ago

i determine where logic begins and ends

vi_spex
Gaming_Debater

cause+effect=logic the wind caused an apple to fall from a tree, the effect is the fall, the effect is the impact, the effect is the cause, the effect is the apple is no longer on the tree, the effect is the apple didn't get picked as it lay there to long and got worms in it...

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Updated 27 Minutes Ago

Battlefield v.s Call of Duty

IceEreFlyX
Gabe1e

Battlefield and COD might be two different things and you cannot compare it, but you really can. They are two really great FPS games that are strangely hated and argued against. BUT I want to see what you think. Battlefield, IMO, always dominates in arguments. EVERYONE votes for it. (Note: If you just cry or insult the other game, you will be ignored). I have more experience playing with COD as it was my first FPS, and what game you really play first tends to always be your favorite. Rarely anyo...

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Updated 42 Minutes Ago

Should medical cannabis be legalized?

Bagelmaster10

I will be arguing for the legalization of medical cannabis, and my opponent will be arguing against it. My opponent can start by either raising their arguments or accepting this round. Argument max: 10,000 characters Voting time: 1 month Time to argue: 72 hours Good luck to whoever accepts....

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Updated 49 Minutes Ago

Five Nights at Freddy's is utterly impossible

IAmAWalrus
That1User

Five Nights at Freddy's is impossible, besides the fact of that they're haunted.RulesFirst round only for acceptance.No plagiarism, unless to prove a point or to reference.Take debate seriously; No trolling.Failure to follow these rules will result in a 7 point forfeiture....

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Updated 52 Minutes Ago

This house believes in freedom.

C.Hitch
Sallyyyoussef7

Ladies and gentlemen, it has come to my attention that in our modern word, there is a massive counter-movement against what is rightfully and utterly human. The suppression of human speech and thought is a thing of great shame and repulsion, thus my motion for the day as "This house believes in freedom of speech". I would like to start my speech with a very key aspect: Never in human history has a calamity been solved without the intervention and speaking out of a group or even an individual aga...

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Updated 56 Minutes Ago