15. Foreigners Subject to Laws of the Country They Dwell In

Foreigners in a country should be subject to all laws of that country, and if foreigners break those laws, then the country in which those laws are broken should have the authority to punish and/or expel the offender.

If a foreigner breaks a law in a host country and does not have sufficient funds to pay the fines associated with that violation, the host country should have the authority (i.e., should have agreements with all other countries) to seize the lawbreakers’ assets in their home country in order to fulfill their financial obligations.

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