Sins of the Father and the U.S. CONstitution

One must account for his own sins, not that of his father, likewise in law, one is not responsible for the debts or contracts into which his father may have entered. When ones parents pass away, all of those debts are paid from the parents estate, and any contract that was entered into by the parents cannot be passed on to the children.

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Sins of the father and the U.S. CONstitution

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One Response to “Sins of the Father and the U.S. CONstitution”

  1. Adrian G. says:

    Thanks for posting.

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