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Law Reform - Change the Law Discreetly?

Discussion in 'Other/General Law Forum' started by Rubhro, 4 July 2014.

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  1. Rubhro

    Rubhro Member

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    Hello,
    Is it possible (and how) to change the law in a discretionary manner? Via an individual derogation for example

    The idea is to be able to exploit the benefits that the law change gives without a concurrent knows the opportunity (they must discover it themselves)

    I know that every law change in US is publicly publied; is there a way so it don't happen like that ?

    An idea would be to present the things like "research" so there is no need to change the law but eventualy to meet a "ethical commitee research" more inconspicuous.

    For example :
    I note that restrictions rate on the use of a product which are currently applied can be increased without risk (the operation is ethnically, socially... feasible), I want to benefit it but I don't want my concurrent to know it :
    I present the use of the product with new restriction rates as an "research" in lieu of asking a classic law reform for the restriction rate to be updated.

    Question : Is it feasible? Must theses "research" have a scientific knowledge goal to be accepted ? (In US and in the world)

    Thank you
     
  2. John R

    John R Well-Known Member

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    Hi @Rubhro,
    I don't understand what you're asking - Perhaps a career in politics may be ideal if you want to change the law?
     
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    This is not a homework forum.
     
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    Can a law be changed discretly or not ? And what about the method of presenting things like "researches" ?
     
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