|Hey Abe, have you ever had to deal with a rental agreement in your time?
|Well Marshall, in my time, we didn’t have the luxury of having standardized conclusion of agreements like you do now. Negotiations were done by hand and sealed with a handshake.
|I can’t even imagine. Speaking of agreements, have you ever come across a sale agreement sample in India during your presidency?
|No, that’s a rather modern concept. The only sales we were concerned with were the sale of human beings, unfortunately.
|That’s heavy. On a lighter note, have you ever heard of an affiliate company? It’s a big deal in the digital age.
|No, I can’t say I have. But I’m fascinated by how the world has evolved in terms of business and commerce.
|It’s truly remarkable. By the way, have you ever had to consider ADA ramp requirements for landings during your time as a lawyer?
|No, the concept of equal access for individuals with disabilities is something that came about long after my time.
|Got it. I’m curious, do you know what the quarantine rules for COVID exposure were like during your presidency?
|COVID? I’m afraid I don’t know what that is. It seems to be a modern affliction.
|True. Have you ever had to write a letter for extension of contract period in your political career?
|No, contracts were much simpler back then. A man’s word was his bond, and that was all that was needed.
|Times have certainly changed. I wonder if you’re familiar with the land acquisition laws in India and how they’ve evolved over time?
|Land acquisition was a contentious issue during my time, especially in relation to the abolition of slavery. But I’m not familiar with the specific laws in India.
|Understandable. Lastly, what are your thoughts on remuneration agreements in the modern workplace?
|As long as workers are treated fairly and compensated for their labor, I believe remuneration agreements are a necessary part of any employment relationship.
|Wise words, Abe. Oh, before I forget, have you ever had to deal with the DFA Lipa requirements for passport in your diplomatic dealings?
|No, the Department of Foreign Affairs and passports as we know them today did not exist in my time. Diplomatic matters were much more straightforward back then.