Admiralty Maritime Law

Admiralty Maritime Law

Postby treeman » Sun Dec 16, 2012 4:06 pm

Admiralty Maritime Law is the law of the sea. The way it comes on the land is by way of contract, which is essentially the same way it comes on the sea. In other words, when you go to sea, you enter into a contract with the Captain of the vessel, to be subject to all of the rules and regulations of the vessel. Part of that contract says that the Captain can do anything he wants to ensure the safety of the vessel, up to and including summary execution.

The most obvious application of Admiralty Maritime Law, on the land, is in the military. That is why, (when you sign up for the military), that it is an iron clad contract, you have to initial every paragraph. Your oath says that you will follow ORDERS, and desertion in a time of war carry's the death penalty. Also, military flags have gold fringe, which is actually a desecration of the flag, when done for any other purpose. The gold fringe flag is your NOTICE about the nature of the Court you are in. Therefore Admiralty Maritime Law is also Martial Law.
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