Thursday, 30 July 2015

Theo Bronkhorst

Whose lion was it?
On whose property was it?
Did the lion wear a collar?
What does the law say?
Common law in the UK says something like "if you are able to follow your bees and see them, they remain yours, as soon as you lose sight of them and someone else captures a colony (that may or may not be your original bees) you have no claim. What is the legal position in this case. Whose lion was it - let the court decide.
Who is laying what charge against whom?

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