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Re: [ga] Abusing consensus in the Transfers TF

Thursday, Thursday, March 28, 2002, 8:17:09 AM, Joanna Lane wrote:

> 2) A pending bankruptcy of the Registered Name holder where the
> Registrar is or may become a creditor.

> Thank you, this represents a significant improvement. There should also be a
> definition for "pending bankruptcy" attached to this document shouldn't
> there? Potentially, every registrar "may become a creditor" of every
> registrant, and every registrant is theoretically a prospective bankrupt,
> the line between pending and prospective being a little fuzzy, so perhaps
> the edit should read:-

> 2) A pending bankruptcy of the Registered Name Holder where the Registrar is
> a named creditor.

I disagree.  The "pending bankruptcy" part is sufficient, since there
is no pending bankruptcy unless the registrant has actually filed, so
a potential creditor is not a potential creditor unless there is a
bankruptcy pending in court.

Best regards,
William X Walsh <william@wxsoft.info>
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