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Ludger Bedard Consulting Private Detective

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Ludger Bedard Consulting Private Detective

War (1900-2024) in World War I, Russian Civil War, Second Sino-Japanese War, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Gulf War, Russian invasion of Ukraine, Israel–Hamas War, Etc… Environmental on the stronger climate action.

A detective is an investigator. They often collect information to solve crimes by talking to witnesses and informants, collecting physical evidence, or searching records in databases. This leads them to arrest criminals and enable them to be convicted in court. A detective may work for the privately.

Private Detective also engage in a variety of work not often associated with the industry in the mind of the public. Many are involved in process serving, the personal delivery of summons, subpoenas, and other legal documents to parties in a legal case. Many agencies specialize in a particular field of expertise. For example, some Private Detective agencies deal only in tracing.

A handful of firms specialize in technical surveillance counter-measures, sometimes called electronic counter measures, which is the locating and dealing with unwanted forms of electronic surveillance. This niche service is typically conducted by those with backgrounds in intelligence/counterintelligence, executive protection, and a small number from law enforcement entities whose duties included the covert installation of eavesdropping devices as a tool in organized crime, terrorism and narco-trafficking investigations.

Superhero

A superhero or superheroine is a stock character who typically possesses superpowers or abilities beyond those of ordinary people, is frequently costumed concealing their identity, and fits the role of the hero; typically using their powers to help the world become a better place, or dedicating themselves to protecting the public and fighting crime.

Superheroes come from a wide array of different backgrounds and origins. Some superheroes derive their status from advanced technology they create and use, while others possess non-human or superhuman biology or use and practice magic to achieve their abilities. Some superheroes use their powers to help fight daily crime while also combating threats against humanity from supervillains, who are their criminal counterparts. Often at least one of these supervillains will be the superhero’s archenemy or nemesis. Some popular supervillains become recurring characters in their own right.

Supervillain

Supervillains are often used as foils to present a daunting challenge to a superhero. In instances where the supervillain does not have superhuman, mystical, or alien powers, the supervillain may possess a genius intellect or a skill set that allows them to draft complex schemes or commit crimes in a way normal humans cannot. Other traits may include megalomania and possession of considerable resources to further their aims. Many supervillains share some typical characteristics of real-world dictators, gangsters, mad scientists, trophy hunters, corrupt businesspeople, serial killers, and terrorists, often having an aspiration of world domination.

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Jingyi Shia-bao

The First Opium War was a series of military engagements fought between the British Empire and the Qing dynasty of China between 1839 and 1842. The immediate issue was the Chinese enforcement of their ban on the opium trade by seizing private opium stocks from merchants at Canton and threatening to impose the death penalty for future offenders. After months of tensions between the two states, the British navy launched an expedition in June 1840, which ultimately defeated the Chinese using technologically superior ships and weapons by August 1842. The British then imposed the Treaty of Nanking, which forced China to increase foreign trade, give compensation, and cede Hong Kong to the British.

In Hong Kong in Jingyi Shia-bao Mandarins were selected by merit through the extremely rigorous imperial examination. The mandarins were replaced with a modern civil service after the fall of the Qing dynasty. During the Qing dynasty, the governor of a Chinese province was signified by wearing a mandarin hat-pin made of ruby. The lower ranks of mandarins were signified by hat-pins made of coral, sapphire, lapis lazuli, white jade, gold, and silver.

European merchants were required to pay customs fees, measurement duties, provide gifts, and hire navigators. In addition, the colonisation and conquest of the Americas resulted in European nations (namely Spain, Great Britain, and France) gaining access to a cheap supply of silver, resulting in European economies remaining relatively stable despite the trade deficit with China. This silver was also shipped across the Pacific Ocean to China directly, notably through the Spanish-controlled Philippines. In stark contrast to the European situation, Qing China sustained a trade surplus. Foreign silver flooded into China in exchange for Chinese goods, expanding the Chinese economy but also causing inflation and forming a Chinese reliance on European silver. This gradual effect was greatly exacerbated by a series of large-scale colonial wars between Great Britain and Spain in the mid 18th century; these conflicts disrupted the international silver market and eventually resulted in the independence of powerful new nations, namely the United States and Mexico.

Butler Jingyi Shia-bao

Languages Spoken and Written: English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Persian, German, Russian, Turkish, Hindi, Japanese, and Korean.

A butler is a person who works in a house serving and is a domestic worker in a large household. In great houses, the household is sometimes divided into departments with the butler in charge of the dining room, wine cellar, and pantry. Some also have charge of the entire parlour floor and housekeepers caring for the entire house and its appearance. The butler has the highest servant status.

One of the most important responsibilities is hosting. A butler should answer calls to the household phone, greet guests at the door, assist in the planning of events and dinner parties, oversee table settings, and serve drinks and food. They will also manage the wine cellar. Additionally, a butler may have responsibility over other staff. This could extend to training new staff members, organizing the payroll and the staff schedule, and hiring and firing.

Responsibilities include maintaining sleeping quarters, inventorying personal items and accessories, grooming, packing/unpacking for travel, and light housekeeping. The butler is generally expected to handle all the unpredictable needs of the household. He pays the household bills, books medical appointments, and helps arrange social and family events. They deal with vendors and pre-empt maintenance issues to ensure the smooth running of the household.

It’s best to think of a butler as a management position, having many of the same skills a manager in any field requires. These may include excellent communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills, organizational and management skills, and an ability to multitask, in addition to some that are unique to the role of the butler, such as discretion, meticulous attention to detail, and food and wine pairings.

A butler will be well-versed in etiquette and serving and have a thorough understanding of formal home care. In many cases, he may speak several languages.

Angélica Enthyero and Jingyi Shia-bao

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Angélica Ariel Cristina Enthyero y Laenyos

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Angélica Ariel Cristina Enthyero y Laenyos

The Shipton-on-Cherwell train crash was a major disaster which occurred on the Great Western Railway. It involved the derailment of a long passenger train at Shipton-on-Cherwell, near Kidlington, Oxfordshire, England, on Christmas Eve, 24 December 1874, and was one of the worst disasters on the Great Western Railway.

The accident happened a few hundred yards from the village of Hampton Gay and close to Shipton-on-Cherwell. The train, with 13 carriages and two engines, had left Oxford station for Birmingham Snow Hill at 11:40. It was approximately 30 minutes behind schedule and travelling at about 64 km/h when, after 9.7 km, the tyre of the wheel on a third-class carriage broke. The carriage left the track for about 270 m but stayed upright, crossing a bridge over the River Cherwell.

The owner and men from the Hampton Gay paper mill close to the accident site tried to assist the injured in the snow. Telegrams were sent to local stations to summon medical help but it took an hour and a half for a doctor to appear. A special train was used to move the injured back to hospitals in Oxford. At least 34 died at the scene while four others were dead by the time the special train arrived at Oxford station, 1njured 69. The canal was dragged, but no bodies were found.

Angélica Ariel Cristina Enthyero y Laenyos (Ciudad de México, Estado de México, México) and Butler (Jingyi Shia-bao, Hong Kong) at train accident. Ludger, James and Bidziil at Oxford an emergency medical treats a Angélica and Butler who has collapsed dangers to life and health are serious enough are considered vital. Ludger Castle a medical emergency is an acute injury a Angélica’s life or long-term health, sometimes referred to as a situation risking life (Philosopher’s Stone and Elixir of Life).

A coma is a deep state of prolonged unconsciousness in which a Angélica cannot be awakened; fails to respond normally to painful stimuli, light, or sound; lacks a normal wake-sleep cycle; and does not initiate voluntary actions. Coma Angélica exhibit a complete absence of wakefulness and are unable to consciously feel, speak or move. Angélica in coma an 1874-1882.

Angélica in emerge from a coma with a combination of physical, intellectual, and psychological difficulties that need special attention. It is common for coma Angélica to awaken in a profound state of confusion and suffer from dysarthria, the inability to articulate any speech. Recovery usually occurs gradually. In the first days, Angélica may only awaken for a few minutes, with increased duration of wakefulness as their recovery progresses and may eventually recover full awareness. That said, some Angélica may never progress beyond very basic responses. There are reports of Angélica coming out of coma after long periods of time. After 3 years in a minimally conscious state, spontaneously began speaking and regained awareness of his surroundings.

She was born in Mexico City, the second child of the Enthyero y Laenyos marriage. Angélica was a very introverted child; however, she always showed her inclination for singing, music, poetry and painting. Although life guided her to an she always had love for Art. Since a child she was always singing and telling poetry, in high school, she participated in the school choral, she learn to play the flute and melodic by herself. When she was a young woman, she took singing and organ. In 1860 she participated in her first recital there.

In 1855 she started to paint with the teacher Ricardo Segura. She never dismissed the possibility to become a good artist and since then she became an autonomous artist that over the years has continued with the painting work. In 1865, the teachers, Angélica traveled to some countries in Europe. Those experiences of life have left her a very different vision about nature and life. She learn English and French after many years of studying and with the experiences she had in those countries.

Ludger Bedard and Angélica Enthyero

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Grey Alien Bidziil

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Residential in Pyramide de Couhard, Autun at 1480. British aristocracy residential location in Ludger Palace in London, City of Westminster, St James’s at 1700. Ludger Castle 1750 at Nottingham. Claridge Hotel, London in Ludger at 1830-1860.

To date, we have found more than 5,500 planets orbiting other stars in our galaxy, called exoplanets. But such observations are in their infancy, trillions of worlds are likely scattered throughout the Milky Way. Upon some of these worlds we have started to hunt both for the chemical signatures in their atmospheres that might indicate biological activity and even technosignatures that might be emitted by intelligent life forms, radio signals either purposefully or accidentally sent in our direction.

Grey aliens are purported extraterrestrial beings. Such claims vary widely, but typically Greys are described as being human-like with bodies with smooth, grey-colored skin; enlarged, hairless heads, and large, blue eyes.

Greys are typically depicted as grey-skinned, humanoid beings that possess reduced forms of, or completely lack, external human body parts such as noses, ears, or sex organs. Their bodies are usually depicted as being elongated, having a small chest, and lacking in muscular definition and visible skeletal structure. Their legs are depicted as being shorter and jointed differently from humans with limbs proportionally different from a human.

Alien Bidziil at Claridge’s in 1855 at 3 days. Bidziil, Ludger and James in at Nottingham a transporter teleportation machine convert a person or object into an energy pattern (1856-1860). Quantum teleportation is distinct from regular teleportation, as it does not transfer matter from one place to another, but rather transmits the information necessary to prepare a target system in the same quantum state as the source system. The scheme was named quantum “Teleportation”, because certain properties of the source system are recreated in the target system without any apparent quantum information carrier propagating between the two.

Transporters allow for teleportation by converting a person or object into an energy pattern, a process called “Dematerialization”, then sending “Beaming” it to a target location or else returning it to the transporter, where it is reconverted into matter “Rematerialization”. Teleportation the ability to transport a person or object instantly from one place to another (1870).

Transporter teleportation machine at Pyramide de Couhard (Autun, France), James Castle (Port Ellen, Scotland, United Kingdom), Ludger Castle (Nottingham, East Midlands, United Kingdom), Ludger Palace (St James’s, London, United Kingdom), Claridge Hotel (London, United Kingdom), La Meije (France), Florence (Italy), Salzburg (Austria), Málaga (Spain), Mont-Tremblant (Quebec, Canada), Sudbury (Ontario, Canada), Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada), San Francisco (California, USA), Etc….

Bidziil alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder, is a broad term for any drinking of alcohol that results in mental or physical health problems (1900-***).

Ludger Bedard and James Kurtnay and Bidziil

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Balduin

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Peter Franz Xaver Freiherr von Balduin

Scientific research has proven that all things in the universe, including us, are composed of electrical, and magnetic energy alongside many other forms of energy such as gravity, and radio waves. Additionally, research has delved into understanding consciousness and has shown that there is more beyond our usual awareness – beyond what we can see with our eyes.

We are living energy fields. Our physical bodies are composed of energy producing particles, each of which is in constant motion or are vibrating. For example, our heartbeat, breathing rates, and circadian rhythms are examples of physiological energy we can feel and measure.

There are a multitude of levels of consciousness and awareness which vibrate, but there are three main levels. Ludger and James in state of contracted awareness. We are controlled by our ego conditioning and believe that the conditioned thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and patterns are what we are and that the outside world is the only true reality. We feel small, isolated and separated from the world. In this state of expanded awareness level, what appeared to be threatening or a barrier are actually opportunities. We understand that everything that seems like an obstacle has a clear purpose as lessons. We can see the beauty in most things and the blessings in life. There are state of pure awareness, there is just what is and we accept what is. We feel the wholeness and unity within creation. One knows that all is the flow of the spiritual energy and creative force and consciousness filled with an abundance of all possibilities.

Ludger and James and practitioners of various esoteric forms of spirituality refer to a variety of experiences and phenomena as being due to “Energy” or “Force” that measurement from the scientific form of energy. Ludger and James has created numerous clones of themselves, intended to succeed him successively, in the event of violent death, through a conservation and regeneration device called the duplicator machine.

Human and pig cloning. The artificial cloning of organisms, sometimes known as reproductive cloning, is often accomplished via somatic-cell nuclear transfer human and pig, a cloning method in which a viable embryo is created from a somatic cell and an egg cell. The process is applied to fertilized human and pig eggs in vitro, causing them to split into identical genetic copies of the original. The artificial creation of humans and pig by a method of growing cells from a tissue or DNA sample, the replication may be instantaneous.

Balduin

Clone: 1664 (Clonal Colony Duplicator Machine: 50 years)

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Ludger Bedard and James Kurtnay

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Alchemy And Cloning

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Ludger and James and quest alchemy provided a body of knowledge that ultimately led to the sciences of chemistry, metallurgy, and pharmacology. The unknown substance, also called “Tincture” or “Powder” sought by alchemists for its supposed ability to transform base metals into precious ones, especially gold and silver. Alchemists also believed that an “Elixir Of Life” could be derived from it. Inasmuch as alchemy was concerned with the perfection of the human soul, the “Philosopher’s Stone” was thought to cure illnesses, prolong life, and bring about spiritual revitalization.

Long shrouded in secrecy, alchemy is now recognized as the ancestor of modern chemistry. Alchemists were notorious for attempting to make synthetic gold, but their goals were far more ambitious: to transform and bend nature to the will of an industrious human imagination. For scientists, philosophers, and artists alike, alchemy seemed to hold the key to unlocking the secrets of creation. Alchemists’ efforts to discover the way the world is made have had an enduring impact on artistic practice and expression around the globe. Inventions born from alchemical laboratories include metal alloys for sculpture and ornament, oil paints, effects in glassmaking, and even the chemical baths of photography. The mysterious art of alchemy transformed visual culture from antiquity to the Industrial Age, and its legacy still permeates the world we make today.

Kurtnay Castle (Argyll, Scotland) and St James’s Palace (London, United Kingdom) is the alchemical laboratories. Molecular cloning is a set of experimental methods in molecular biology that are used to assemble recombinant DNA molecules and to direct their replication within host organisms. The use of the word cloning refers to the fact that the method involves the replication of one molecule to produce a population of cells with identical DNA molecules. Molecular cloning generally uses DNA sequences from two different organisms: the species that is the source of the DNA to be cloned, and the species that will serve as the living host for replication of the recombinant DNA. Molecular cloning methods are central to many contemporary areas of modern biology and medicine.

Cloning is the process of producing individual organisms with identical genomes, either by natural or artificial means. In nature, some organisms produce clones through asexual reproduction, this reproduction of an organism by itself without a mate is known as parthenogenesis. In the field of biotechnology, cloning is the process of creating cloned organisms of cells and of DNA fragments.

The artificial cloning of organisms, sometimes known as reproductive cloning, is often accomplished via somatic-cell nuclear transfer, a cloning method in which a viable embryo is created from a somatic cell and an egg cell. Another example of artificial cloning is molecular cloning, a technique in molecular biology in which a single living cell is used to clone a large population of cells that contain identical DNA molecules.

Ludger and James travel in Vienna, Austria, in human and pig cloning the 1664.

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London 1590s

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London 1590s

Europe in the 1590s was on the cusp of great change. In the latter half of the decade, a series of treaties finally ended religious warfare that had plagued France, the Low Countries, England, and Spain for decades. In England, an aging, childless queen fanned the anxieties of her councilors and her people, as they wondered who would lead them next. Amongst European powers, like the Netherlands, England, Spain, and Portugal, commercial competition fueled a nascent proto-industrial, globalized economy. As each decade sees its regressions and advancements, glories and unanticipated strife, the sixteenth century came to a close at the front steps of the modern world.

Early modern London was an expanding metropolis filled with diverse life, from courtiers, merchants and artisans to prostitutes, beggars and cutpurses. Its populace of roughly 100,000 people included royalty, nobility, merchants, artisans, laborers, actors, beggars, thieves, and spies, as well as refugees from political and religious persecution on the continent. England’s budding economy, merchants from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and even further afield set up shop in London. As a result, Londoners would hear a variety of accents and languages as they strolled about the city, a chorus of voices from across Europe and from all walks of life.

Though royalty, the court, and aristocrats may have been the most visible members of London society, a large portion of early modern London’s population worked for a living. The city’s tradesmen, artificers, merchants and manufacturers may claim much of the credit for London’s growth. Technological advances made it possible to churn out pamphlets, sermons, plays, poems, proclamations, diatribes, and jeremiads at a tremendous rate. Booksellers took these varied materials and made them available to patrons from across London, nobility, wealthy bourgeois, artisans and even the literate poor.

Although anyone who had some level of trade, craft, or artisanal skill could make a life in London, one obstacle they faced was the guild system, a holdover from a medieval mode of organizing and regulating labour. Guilds had provided valuable social and commercial structure, establishing hierarchies, from apprentice to master, based on experience and skill level. They also provided a means of excluding undesirable members. If for some reason a London tradesman fell into disfavour in a guild, he could be censured or even expelled. Such exclusion could have drastic consequences, plunging the hapless tradesman into poverty – which, in London, was a serious predicament. Early modern London was a bad place to be poor.

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James Kurtnay

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James Kurtnay

The area around Port Ellen has a variety of archaeological sites covering the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age periods. There are standing stones at Kilbride, a fort at Borraichill Mor, several chambered cairns, and a chapel at Cill Tobar Lasrach.

Lord of the Isles is a title of Scottish nobility with historical roots that go back beyond the Kingdom of Scotland. It began with Somerled in the 12th century and thereafter the title was held by a series of his descendants, the Norse-Gaelic rulers of the Isle of Man and Argyll and the islands of Scotland in the Middle Ages. They wielded sea-power with fleets of galleys. Although they were, at times, nominal vassals of the kings of Norway, Ireland, or Scotland, the island chiefs remained functionally independent for many centuries. Their territory included much of Argyll, the Isles of Arran, Bute, Islay, the Isle of Man, Hebrides, Knoydart, Ardnamurchan, and the Kintyre peninsula. At their height they were the greatest landowners and most powerful lords after the kings of England and Scotland.

In their maritime domain the Lords of the Isles used galleys for both warfare and transport. Though they undoubtedly acquired longships from the Norse they defeated, the ships of the Dalriadic Scots and Irish and Islesmen predate the Viking longships and knarrs, clinker-built, though each had a square sail and rows of oars. In the mid 12th century, Somerled, the first Lord of the Isles, developed the stern rudder that gave the galleys and longships sailed by the Islesmen greater maneuverability over the steering oar used by the Vikings. These ships took part in sea battles and attacked castles or hill forts almost always located close to the sea. The Lordship specified the feudal dues of its subjects in terms of numbers and sizes of the galleys each area had to provide in service to their Lord.

Father in Robert Kurtnay, 2th Lord Kurtnay (1517-1571). Kurtnay Castle, is located on the south side of Islay, in Argyll, Scotland, on the shore of Lagavulin Bay, from Port Ellen. The castle was once a naval base of the Lord of the Isles, chiefs of Clan Kurtnay. James Kurtnay, 3th-16th Baron Kurtnay (1561-***).

Islay single malts are the single malt Scotch whiskies made on Islay, one of the southernmost of the Inner Hebridean Islands located off the west coast of Scotland. Some sources indicate that Irish monks may have been the first to distill whisky on the island in the early 1300s. The whiskies of the distilleries along the southeastern coast of the island have a smoky character derived from peat, considered a central characteristic of the Islay malts, and ascribed both to the water from which the whisky is made and to the peating levels of the barley. Many describe this as a “Medicinal” flavour. They also possess notes of iodine, seaweed and salt.

James Kurtnay

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London

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London

London sits in the fertile south-east of England at an ancient crossing point of the River Thames. For most of its history, ships have been able to navigate up to the city, giving it its status as gateway to the world and fuelling its prosperity. London is currently the largest city in the country by a huge margin, with a population heading towards 200,000, and this dominance has been the case pretty much from the time the Kingdom of England.

In the summer anyone who can afford it leaves London, to avoid the heat, the smells and the plague, which is worse when the weather is good, and in the early 1590s there has been a lot of good weather. In summer the Queen goes on “Progress”, a tour of one of the regions of the country. The law courts stop sitting, the great lords retreat to their estates and the playing companies go on tour, so there is much less to do.

Foreign visitors and people from the east and south coast will likely arrive by ship and disembark downriver at Greenwich or come up to the port itself. Most visitors will arrive on foot or horseback via a road system stretching in every direction, many routes still following the path of the ancient Roman roads.

London Bridge is the only bridge over the Thames and while it has shopping opportunities along it and you can have fun trying to identify dead traitors from the heads stuck on poles at the south entrance, it isn’t always convenient, especially if you are staying in Westminster. Plus you might be sharing passage with herds and flocks of sheep, cattle and poultry from Kent and Surrey being brought into town for sale or slaughter. It is however one of the great sights of the city, with its twenty huge arches towering above the river.

If you are staying more than three days, the innkeeper will also register you with the city authorities, as is required to do this yourself if you make other arrangements. Regulation of Inns is pretty strict and any complaint will be taken seriously, so you should be reasonably relaxed. Foreign visitors often comment on how clean English Inns are.

If you are visiting as an agent of your Lord, you will be put up in his London House, perhaps on the Strand by the river. If you are dropping your eldest son off for a term at the Inns of Court to learn to be a gentleman, they will put you up. For those without such connections, you can also get room and board in a private house easily enough.

The Baron James Kurtnay as friends in 1590.

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Travel in 1530-1590 is London, England

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Travel in 1530-1590 is London, England

Residential in Pyramide de Couhard, Autun at 1480. A Ludger Bedard deliberately trained his mind and body to near-superhuman abilities almost from birth, giving him great strength and endurance, a photographic memory, a mastery of the martial arts, and vast knowledge of the sciences. Ludger is also a master of disguise and an excellent imitator of voices. He is a physician, scientist, adventurer, detective, inventor, explorer, researcher, laboratory, professional master chefs, wine Burgundy,deductive abilities, occult, paranormal, alchemy, a musician.

The mother of the common law jurisdictions, emerged from the Middle Ages with similar complexity in its legal professions. An equivalent division developed between advocates and procurators in some civil law countries; these two types did not always monopolize the practice of law, in that they coexisted with civil law notaries. Several countries that originally had two or more legal professions have since fused or united their professions into a single type of lawyer. In 1345, the French crown promulgated a royal ordinance which set forth 24 rules governing advocates, of which 12 were integrated into the oath to be taken by them.

In most countries, particularly civil law countries, there has been a tradition of giving many legal tasks to a variety of civil law notaries, clerks, and scriveners. These countries do not have “Lawyers”, insofar as that term refers to a single type of general-purpose legal services provider; rather, their legal professions consist of a large number of different kinds of law-trained persons, known as jurists, some of whom are advocates who are licensed to practice in the courts. It is difficult to formulate accurate generalizations that cover all the countries with multiple legal professions because each country has traditionally had its own peculiar method of dividing up legal work among all its different types of legal professionals.

Legal Advice

Legal advice is the application of abstract principles of law to the concrete facts of the client’s case to advise the client about what they should do next. In many countries, only a properly licensed lawyer may provide legal advice to clients for good consideration, even if no lawsuit is contemplated or is in progress. Therefore, even conveyancers and corporate in-house counsel must first get a license to practice, though they may actually spend very little of their careers in court. Failure to obey such a rule is the crime of the unauthorized practice of law.

In virtually all countries, patents, trademarks, industrial designs and other forms of intellectual property must be formally registered with a government agency in order to receive maximum protection under the law.

In some countries, the negotiating and drafting of contracts is considered to be similar to the provision of legal advice, so that it is subject to the licensing requirement explained above. In others, jurists or notaries may negotiate or draft contracts. Conveyancing is the drafting of the documents necessary for the transfer of real property, such as deeds and mortgages. In some jurisdictions, all real estate transactions must be carried out by a lawyer. In others, the use of a lawyer is optional and banks, title companies, or realtors may be used instead. In some civil law jurisdictions, real estate transactions are handled by civil law notaries.

In many countries, only lawyers have the legal authority to draft wills, trusts, and any other documents that ensure the efficient disposition of a person’s property after death. In some civil law countries, this responsibility is handled by civil law notaries.

The Ludger-lawyers relationship is Autun, Couhard Pyramid, lands in such famous wine-producing areas, Paris, Cardiff, London, banks, title companies, trusts, Etc… Travel in 1530-1590 is London, England.

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