Global and/or local judicial decisions depend on effective administrative operationalization that may be delayed, manipulated, dissimulated by systemic, operationalized, organized, repetitive damaging administrations, requiring Judicial Administrative Take Over intervention to operationalize it and dismantle systemic/organized damaging administration, replacing it with highest efficient system available in terms of cost and performance.
Administrative replacement to stop systemic damages can be achieved independently/simultaneously with internal election/proxy dispute, controlling share holding, special/golden share veto/control, administration board control, non-controlling investors, executive and/or board agreed public acquisition, non-controlling take over/merger cash/share swap public offer, SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition Company) and/or JATO (Judicial Administrative Take Over).
JATO, Judicial Administrative Take Overs to install new efficient non-damaging administrations, combine Global Orders to stop/repair systemic/repetitive damages with non-controlling collective/class action of damaged mutual economic interest as of investors, citizens, consumers, suppliers and/or workers of organizations.
JATO for NORSID CASES, Notorious Repeated Systemic Institutionalized Damages, not executed Global Order to Stop/Repair Damage served to national/international judicial systems to be locally and/or internationally enforced, directly and immediately, or by opening a local and/or alternative organization international judicial process to be concluded in no longer than one year.
Judicial Administrative Take Overs
United Nations Statute