==============================  CFJ 1987  ==============================

    The Lost and Found Department owns the oddball {2/3,3/4}


Caller:                                 Machiavelli

Judge:                                  omd
Judgement:                              TRUE



Called by Machiavelli:                  06 Jun 2008 23:34:02 GMT
Assigned to omd:                        07 Jun 2008 07:17:03 GMT
Judged TRUE by omd:                     13 Jun 2008 14:04:01 GMT


Judge omd's Arguments:

So oddballs, like judicial panels, are implicitly defined?  Judicial
panels are a Rules-defined entity of which an infinite number exists.
Rule 2166 (Assets) does not make any distinction between instruments
defining things and contracts defining things, so there is indeed an
infinite number of oddballs owned by the Lost and Found Department.

However, the contract makes it clear that an oddball can be referred
to by its two numbers, i.e. every oddball with a certain set of
numbers is unique.  Therefore it implicitly prevents the creation of
oddballs, which counts as a "modification" to Rule 2166's permission
for a recordkeeper to create assets.


Judge omd's Evidence:

{This contract is a pledge. Oddballs defined as follows:

1. {0,1} is an oddball.
2. If {a,c} is an oddball and b is the rational number between a and c
with the lowest denominator, {a,b} and {b,c} are oddballs.
3. Nothing is an oddball unless the above conditions require it.
4. Oddballs are assets.

Ivan Hope CXXVII is the recordkeepor of oddballs.}

Rule 2166/5 (Power=2)
      An asset whose backing document is not a rule generally CAN be
      created by its recordkeepor by announcement, subject to
      modification by its backing document.