The Moody Clause
If a person is in a sexual relationship with a person whether it is a committed relationship or not within that particular criteria. The damaged party has a right to sue the other party if their personal relationship has resulted in dissolution due to the other parties discontent.
Discontent being that the parties may be in an open relationship (non-committed but seeing other parties where they may be the possibility of other sexual relationships) and one of the parties is not happy and wants out and the other party does not agree and uses vindication processes to hurt their ‘partner’ party.
Discontent meaning that the parties may be married and one of the parties no longer wants to participate in such an arrangement, whereas, the injured party uses vindication processes in order to rid themselves of the other party.
Discontent meaning that one party uses fellow peers in order to gang stalk or interfere in their life, whether business, physical, emotionally, or in any other way personally related in order to gain revenge on the other party.
As a result of any vindication processes, the damaged party has a right to sue the other individual whether married or null based on the disruption of their personal lives for there is never any right or reason for any party to take revengeful tactics in order to satisfy one’s broken ego. If there is no longer any healthy participation in the parties’ relationship, then it should be null and void without additional hate tactics. A peaceful resolution is required in order for any lawsuit to be avoided so that both parties are constitutionally obligated to move on. If that does not happen, a lawsuit or jail time may be initiated whether the instigating party knows about the clause or not. What they should already know is that is a violation of the constitution and its amendments that refers to the following:
The right to privacy is our right to keep a domain around us, which includes all those things that are part of us, such as our body, home, property, thoughts, feelings, secrets and identity. The right to privacy gives us the ability to choose which parts in this domain can be accessed by others, and to control the extent, manner and timing of the use of those parts we choose to disclose. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_to_privacy)
The definition of clause being the following:
A choice of law clause or proper law clause is a term of a contract in which the parties specify that any dispute arising under the contract shall be determined in accordance with the law of a particular jurisdiction.
*But in the case of the Moody Clause both parties do not have to be informed of what is already law written in what is considered to be abusive and what is not.
In regards to privacy…
*Privacy helps to avoid unwanted and potentially intrusive interference in an individual’s personal affairs. (Now I know why.)
Yes, I have found the need to create my own personal clause in regards to my previous relationships in which have temporarily destroyed my life. It is not a religious matter. I have created a clause in which, yes, more will be added but, of course, is not yet law-bearing but is official in my own personal life. As of now this is my personal law when dealing with my own personal relationships that somehow do not work out and when there is a bot of personal vendetta in the midst.
More to this at a later date. I do have some room to improve it!…
Thanks for listening and May God Bless You All