This That and The Other
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Title: EPISODE33 - This That and The Other



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Past Episodes (30)

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Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
04/16/2014 08:45 PM EDT
3:18:37
EPISODE33 - This That and The Other
   
04/14/2014 08:45 PM EDT
3:12:02
EPISODE32 - This That and The Other
   
10/21/2013 08:45 PM EDT
1:51:20
EPISODE31 - This That and The Other
   
08/05/2013 08:50 PM EDT
1:57:46
EPISODE30 - This That and The Other
   
07/29/2013 09:00 PM EDT
1:57:54
EPISODE29 - This That and The Other
   
07/22/2013 09:00 PM EDT
2:28:46
EPISODE28 - This That and The Other
   
07/15/2013 09:00 PM EDT
3:05:09
EPISODE27 - This That and The Other
   
07/01/2013 09:00 PM EDT
2:51:17
EPISODE26 - This That and The Other
   
02/11/2013 09:00 PM EST
2:37:12
EPISODE25 - This That and The Other
   
02/04/2013 09:00 PM EST
2:25:17
EPISODE24 - This That and The Other
   
01/28/2013 09:00 PM EST
1:52:08
EPISODE23 - This That and The Other
   
12/17/2012 09:00 PM EST
2:14:13
EPISODE22 - This That and The Other
   
12/03/2012 09:00 PM EST
1:57:37
EPISODE21 - This That and The Other
   
11/19/2012 09:00 PM EST
2:33:35
EPISODE20 - This That and The Other
   
11/13/2012 09:00 PM EST
2:06:26
EPISODE19 - This That and The Other
   
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Great Shows! - Reviewer: ADSpikes1981 04/22/14 10:58 AM EDT
Full Comment: The link below is for anyone attempting to get interrogatories and production of any evidence, this is from a Texas Law Firm that has it free on the web. (Link) http://1drv.ms/1pe52YX (end of Link) FOR VALUE RECEIVED Texas Annotated Promissory Note - 2001 (explains the from an old case) (# http://1drv.ms/1fkADP1 #) 2 The term "for value received" has significance for the Note both as a generic contract and as a negotiable instrument. A Note (whether or not it is negotiable), like any contract, must be supported by consideration. If the Note is not issued for consideration, Borrower has a defense to the obligation to pay on the Note. As a practical matter, failure of consideration on a Note is typically not an issue and if a written contract recites consideration or declares that consideration has been paid, this recital is prima facie evidence of the facts recited. See Short v. Price, 17 Tex. 397 (1856). Under Article 3, the concept of "value" is not precisely the same as "consideration," but is relevant to the issue of negotiability. An instrument must be transferred for "value" if the holder is to be considered a holder in due course. An instrument is issued or transferred for value if: (i) the instrument is issued or transferred for a promise of performance, to the extent the promise has been performed, (ii) the transferee acquires a security interest or other lien in the instrument other than a lien obtained by judicial proceeding, (iii) the instrument is issued or transferred as payment of, or as security for, an antecedent claim against any person, whether or not the claim is due, (iv) the instrument is issued or transferred in exchange for a negotiable instrument, or (v) the instrument is issued or transferred in exchange for the incurring of an irrevocable obligation to a third party by the person taking the instrument. . Outside the scope of Article 3, the concepts of consideration and value are generally synonymous. Under Article 3, however, if an instrument is issued for value, it is also issued for consideration. The converse is not necessarily true under Article 3.