Who knows this "doctrine" is activiated upon application for the #BirthCertificate and/or #socialsecuritynumber ?? "[Latin, Parent of the country.] A doctrine that grants the inherent power and authority of the state to protect persons who are **legally** unable to act on their own behalf. The parens patriae doctrine has its roots in English COMMON LAW. In feudal times various obligations and powers, collectively referred to as the "royal prerogative," were reserved to the king. The king exercised these functions in his role of father of the country. [15 U.S. Code § 15c.] Actions by State attorneys general (a)Parens patriae; monetary relief; damages; prejudgment interest (1)Any attorney general of a State may bring a civil action in the name of such State, as parens patriae on behalf of natural persons residing in such State, in any district court of the United States having jurisdiction of the defendant, to secure monetary relief as provided in this section for injury sustained by such natural persons to their property by reason of any violation of sections 1 to 7 of this title. The court shall exclude from the amount of monetary relief awarded in such action any amount of monetary relief (A) which duplicates amounts which have been awarded for the same injury, or (B) which is properly allocable to (i) natural persons who have excluded their claims pursuant to subsection (b)(2) of this section, and (ii) any business entity. (2)The court shall award the State as monetary relief threefold the total damage sustained as described in paragraph (1) of this subsection, and the cost of suit, including a reasonable attorney’s fee. The court may award under this paragraph, pursuant to a motion by such State promptly made, simple interest on the total damage for the period beginning on the date of service of such State’s pleading setting forth a claim under the antitrust laws and ending on the date of judgment, or for any shorter period therein, if the court finds that the award of such interest for such period is just in the circumstances. In determining whether an award of interest under this paragraph for any period is just in the circumstances, the court shall consider only—" Whereas, "Parens patriae" is Latin for "parent of the nation". In law, it refers to the public policy power of the state to intervene against an abusive or negligent parent, legal guardian, or informal caretaker, and to act as the parent of any child or individual who is in need of protection." Read more: Parens Patriae - Doctrine, Protect, Children, and Inherent - https://law.jrank.org/pages/9014/Parens-Patriae.html #CommonLaw

Posted by MalikaDulce at 2020-10-09 22:55:35 UTC