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Board game apparatus










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4045031.

A game board has a system of courts where the outcome of lawsuits are determined and a continuous playing path around its edge. Chance devices direct movements of game pieces along the path, and indications on the path direct selection of cards relating to lawsuits.Each player has the opportunity as determined by the chance devices of claiming a specific lawsuit as his own and thereby becomes the plaintiff of that lawsuit. Another player may become the defendant of that specific lawsuit by a determination of the chance devices. The outcome of different lawsuits and their penalties are determined by a system of courts, required legal fees, use of an expert witness, and operation of the chance devices.








 
 
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