Has Your Private Business Been Impressed into Service by the Governor or other State or Local Official?
I'm not a lawyer and I'm not providing legal advice.
1. Are you a small business or franchise owner in California?
2. Was your business impacted in any way by purported orders issued by California government officials since February?
3. Was your business impacted by media hysteria since February?
4. Have you been in business for at least one full calendar year?
5. Are you willing to compile factual information about your business?
6. Are you willing to read the relevant articles of Emergency Services Act (Government Code 8550 et seq.)?
7. Do you feel your right to use your private property has been violated?
8. Do you feel your right to due process has been violated?
Do the following:
1. Read California Constitution, Article I, Section 1.
2. Read Government Code 8570, specifically, subsection (i).
3. Read the maxims of jurisprudence, Civil Code 3509 - 3548. (Don't despair they are all just a few words in length.)
4. Make a preliminary list of every federal, state, or local government agency that has a say in (regulates) how you run your business or perform your occupation.
5. Make a list of every written or verbal notice (date, agency, and purpose) you have received from a government agency since February.
These are two important maxims to keep in mind.
"He who consents to an act is not wronged by it." Civil Code 3515
"The law helps the vigilant, before those who sleep on their rights." Civil Code 3527
Nothing in life is guaranteed. Anything worthwhile requires work.
If you've answered yes to the eight questions, and you've done the five tasks, and you're willing to defend your rights, call me. (Principals Only.)
909-378-5401 (7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Pacific)