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[–] viperguy [S] 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Regreatably part of the law is written using lower case word "female" not uppercase "Female" which means literal female or post-op female or whatever passes for legal female in california for that section of the law statue. I am talking about the lowercase word female in this part of the law the senate passed :

SEC. 2. Section 301.3 is added to the Corporations Code, to read:

301.3. (b) 1 : If its number of directors is six or more, the corporation shall have a minimum of three female directors.

So you would have probably a one year grace period in transition to prove you are going to chop off your dick , or prove your dick is chopped off. (At least if you are a tranny on a 6 human sized board, lacking 3 cis females)..

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[–] Maroonsaint 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I’m pretty sure you only have to “identify” as female.

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[–] viperguy [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Not true the way the law is written, they used uppercase "Female" not lowercase in

SEC. 2. Section 301.3 (f) (1) “Female” means an individual who self-identifies her gender as a woman, without regard to the individual’s designated sex at birth.

So they added a trick, at least in us law convention.

For example read this, if you are not a lawyer :

https://www.owe.com/resources/legalities/11-contract-language/

It says :

Any time you see a capitalized word in a contract, it indicates that for the purposes of the contract, that capitalized term has a specific definition. You can find that definition where the capitalized term first appears in the contract, usually in quotes.

I erroneously thought most people here knew that when I was pointing out that the law sneakily DELIBERATELY used a literal lowercase dictionary word "female" for board with six directors in line 301.3. (b) 1 . They DID NOT use the capitalized word!

This is to BAN pre-op males.

Some lawmakers think ALL CAPS should be used to prevent any miscommunication, but ALL CAPS is not common enough to be universal.

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[–] i_scream_trucks 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

part of the law is written using lower case

lots of words are written with lower case letters mang whats your point, thats a sovereign citizen tier defence right there. a) it doesnt change that law and b) what the fuck do you think lawyers are for? Their job is to literally debate every law with a judge to make it appear like their client either did not break a law, or that the law they broke doesnt apply to them. Ive never heard of a lawsuit being thrown out because something wasnt capitalised correctly. Grammar maybe (helping your uncle jack, off a horse vs helping your uncle jack off a horse type stuff) but not capitalisation.

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[–] viperguy [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

THIS PART IS CRITICAL ! Its not debatable

I dont have time to send you to law school, but I can teach you this fun amazing thing...

ITS A LEGAL THING (the uppercase stuff).

In laws and agreements, terms that have special local meanings WITHIN the legal document are in uppercase throughout the document such as "the Building" "the Applicant" "Meal" and even this new law. for example in the actual law if you read it, the Uppercase word female is defined as :

SEC. 2. Section 301.3 (f) (1) “Female” means an individual who self-identifies her gender as a woman, without regard to the individual’s designated sex at birth.

See?

Only the uppercase word female in the law means transsexual pre-op, but NOT the part when a board has 6 directors who 3 of which cannot be pre-op but only legal lowercase dictionary word meaning of "female" not "Female".

Its true! This sneaky crap was put in deliberately. No judge in the world would read lowercase "female" any other way but as a dictionary word, not a redefined meaning.

For example read this, if you are not a lawyer :

https://www.owe.com/resources/legalities/11-contract-language/

It says :

Any time you see a capitalized word in a contract, it indicates that for the purposes of the contract, that capitalized term has a specific definition. You can find that definition where the capitalized term first appears in the contract, usually in quotes.

So the fact that "female" was not capitalized is a critically devious ploy to ban pre-op males as counting as female if the board has 6 humans.