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THE CATS IN THE CRADLE EDICT

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BAR MAAN OVARE SYR

 

Issued by the

LORD PALATINE

In accordance with the wishes of the

CROWN

On this 13th day of Wzuvar and Byvca of 462 E.S.

 


 

VA BIRODEO HERZENAV AG EDLERVIK

 

With the passing of Queen Amadea of Susa, alongside her husband the late King, and the reading of her will, it has come to light that in order to respect her final wishes appropriately that this edict must come into being. The multitude of cats owned by Her Majesty are to be released and protected within the Queen’s Wood as well as their descendants, a breed to be referred to forthwith as Queen Amadean Wildcats, all of which are the sole property of the Crown. In conjunction, any unmarked crow, as a symbol of state, within Haeseni territory is similarly the sole property of the Crown.

 

The Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska does hereby order the following:

·         Let those who steal a Queen Amadean Wildcat from the Queen’s Wood or unmarked crow in Haeseni territory be guilty of Theft against the Crown itself.

·         Let those who kill or bring damage to any Queen Amadean Wildcat in the Queen’s Wood or unmarked crow in Haeseni territory be guilty of Vandalism against the Crown itself.

 

At the same time it has become apparent to this administration that there is a flaw within the current system of property leasing, both commercial and residential. No limitations on how much property one can own has led to a first-come first-served policy that will no longer be abused to serve as a means of collecting numerous high end and highly sought after assets beyond what is reasonable for any person or family to solely own. The following will aid to also allow further families to rise in status in the Royal City of Karosgrad and promote a livelier capital.

 

The Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska does hereby order the following*:

I. Ownership of commercial properties are limited to 1 per person/notable family**. Merchant stalls are exempt from this order.

II. Commercial properties found not to be fit for purpose or not providing services and/or selling goods for a period of 3 years will be evicted.

III. Ownership of residential properties surpassing the initial cost of 130 mina or more are limited to 1 per person/notable family. 

IV. No properties may be combined without the express approval of the High Seneschal and Palatine.

 

*These orders may be overruled with the permission of the High Seneschal and Palatine in extenuating circumstances. Existing properties will not be subject to orders I and III until they have a new owner or are evicted.

**The definition of a notable family is subject to the opinion of the High Seneschal and Palatine.


 

IV JOVEO MAAN

    His Excellency, Iosif Basrid, Lord Palatine of Hanseti-Ruska and Bishop of Valwyck

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"Kidnapping a Queen cat is illegal in Haense but kidnapping a Nordish Queen isn't. What a strange country," remarks Stanimar 'the Savoyard' Barclay, expert in Haeseni case law.

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