This book is recommended by the North American Society of Homeopaths.
Makes use of Consent, Disclaimer and Disclosure Statements, the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Ninth Amendment and other legal resources to facilitate the work of unlicensed practitioners. This book stays close to fundamental legal principles, including: 1) Sovereignty of the individual, rather than that of the government, is the basis of our legal system, and 2) Natural rights apply to individuals, rather than to groups. If you like this approach, ask about our free 'Red-Pill' DVD.
This practical guide explains in detail the occupational licensing laws. It is designed to help anyone who wishes to stay out of legal trouble and to be able to practice as they wish, within the law.
Sixteen chapters discuss the history and purpose of our laws, how to present oneself and one's work, words and other practices to avoid, legal documents to assist protection, record-keeping, privacy, insurance and much more.
Later chapters explore occupational licensing versus certification and registration, your rights in law, constitutional rights and the Ninth Amendment. The book also includes sample disclosure, disclaimer and consent forms.
This edition copyright 2007.
Table of Contents and sample excerpt