• 942 311 Health Hot-Line
942 help line for any given issue and abuse mental or drug crisis being there as a cost safe alternative to police this would be a pre extreme non emergency health hot-line that could elevate the police as a 311 or similar dial code for health issues Copyright © Christopher Gabriel Brown 2018
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942 311 Health Hot-Line

  • Brands Lcus
  • Product Code: 15825059
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $660.00

  • Ex Tax: $660.00

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the Lcus is selling copyright partials to companies and approved people who meet our standards. we will contact you if there are questions and send the order in less than 30 days or your money is returned. for complete information to your questions. we will respond with in one week for pre purchase inquires and with in two days for post purchase inquires. 2: 1 partial equals one percent of the original market price for each and every 100 percent. Upon payment and confirmation you will have an Email receipt and a chance of ordering a Linen Copyright Partial print. this data will be stored and saved in the LCUS library for re examination and proof of purchases. if you are unsure please send email to chris@crioner.com 3: When You place an order you are buying the rights to reproduce copyrighted property 4: TX 7 511 791 TX 7 491 093 TX 7 504 988 TX 7 599 215 TX 7 674 484 TX 7 646 239 TX 7 786 269 TX 7 836 749 TX 8 021 945 TX 8 056 278 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS INCLUDED CRIONER.COM CHRISTOPHER G BROWN returns unavailable all content is Copyright © christopher gabriel brown 2018


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Delivery Information Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN, Pub.L. 106–229, 114 Stat. 464, enacted June 30, 2000, 15 U.S.C. ch. 96) is a United States federal law passed by the U.S. Congress to facilitate the use of electronic records and electronic signatures in interstate and foreign commerce by ensuring the validity and legal effect of contracts entered into electronically. In 2010, both Houses of Congress passed a resolution at the request of industry leaders, recognizing June 30 as "National ESIGN Day."[1][2] Although every state has at least one law pertaining to electronic signatures, it is the federal law that lays out the guidelines for interstate commerce. The general intent of the ESIGN Act is spelled out in the very first section(101.a), that a contract or signature “may not be denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form”. This simple statement provides that electronic signatures and records are just as good as their paper equivalents, and therefore subject to the same legal scrutiny of authenticity that applies to paper documents.[3]