For starters, Fermont Quebec, a private city with a population hovering around 3,000, demonstrates the feasibility of privately run towns in hostile environments. The ClubStead MasterLease of Las Portadas opens […]
Mission 1: Development of enterprise cities
“Support the establishment of zones with autonomous regulatory systems, managed by public-private partnerships.”
May I suggest his point be revised to: […]
Apparently this is new water for the FDA, and they would prefer not to admit that there is currently no basis for regulating such activity because doing so would make it a bit more difficult for them to regulate in the future.
Keep in mind, however, that the federal government can change its policies at the drop of a hat, and has no qualms…[Read more]
Several revisions have been made since my last post. Perhaps the biggest are the method for the selection of Arbitrators for dispute resolution
the addition of a jury…[Read more]
Has the Clubstead design been abandoned? Has linking Clubsteads been considered? How much money is the Institute planning on putting into large-scale floating breakwaters? I believe that the range of possible […]
JLMadrigal commented on the post, Limiting Seastead Visitor’s Power to Sue Within the United States 3 years, 4 months ago
In the same way, those who wish to reside on the stead or do business there would need to sign the Clubstead Master Lease – which includes a provision for dispute settlement – before departure from shore.
JLMadrigal replied to the topic Proposal for Medical Seastead – Looking for Collaborators in the forum Business 3 years, 6 months ago
In conjunction with the medical tourism presentation that will be given at the conference, I would like to get in touch with someone who will be present at the conference, who would be willing to man a table for […]
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