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hey everyone its rob ryder its uh november 19 2012. and uh this video is going to be on a little bits and pieces just some interesting things i found last week and uh still havent fit them all together but you know first of all we got to know that they exist so one of the things about the courts is theres really two jurisdictions you have the jurisdiction of law and you have the jurisdiction of equity two different forms of law it may be administered by the same people but its two different forms of law and when they use law what they care about is what the customs are which is the traditions and what the legislature says which is like this mcl michigan compiled law where equity is there to take the rough edges off the law because heres one of the things that the law says so if we went strictly by uh michigan compiled laws birth registration required a birth of record for each live birth that occurs in this state shall be filed at the office of local registrar not more than five