Breach of fiduciary responsibility?

Dear Editor:

Breach of Fiduciary Duty Law & Legal Definition:

“When one person does agree to act for another in a fiduciary relationship, the law forbids the fiduciary from acting in any manner adverse or contrary to the interests of the client, or from acting for his own benefit in relation to the subject matter. The client is entitled to the best efforts of the fiduciary on his behalf and the fiduciary must exercise all of the skill, care and diligence at his disposal when acting on behalf of the client. A person acting in a fiduciary capacity is held to a high standard of honesty and full disclosure in regard to the client and must not obtain a personal benefit at the expense of the client.”

We the people created a Social Contract through the creation of a Constitution utilizing Parliamentary Procedure with the intent on creating a form of government for the protection of our Property: “A Constitutionally Limited Republican Form of A Representative Government.” It is not only our Right, but it is our Duty to participate in this form of government that was given to us in order for it to function properly. We must not let ourselves become negligent of this responsibility.

Entrusted to the people, we choose people to become our elected representatives to operate this form of government which requires all of us to take time to be sure that they are of the highest status and quality. The representatives and public servants are delegated with the powers given to them by the people to give us the best government. When they no longer act on behalf of nor in the interest of, it is not only our Right but it is our Duty to remove them and correct the wrongs.

A well rounded education (from the library of Thomas Jefferson) and careful choices are of the utmost importance in order to preserve our freedoms and liberties. With the skills of a wise and learned person, choose your representatives carefully as choices have consequences.

Jason Lundquist, Stanford Township