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  1. 10 HARREN’S FOLLY, 1779. BE IT KNOWN that THE CROWN, acting upon the recommendation of His Imperial Excellency, The Archchancellor SIMON BASRID, has submitted the nomination of Mr. GEORGE GALBRAITH MHC as Secretary of State for the Treasury, to be confirmed on the advice and consent of the House of Commons, and subject to any further processes established by Law. Delivered at Novellen, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  2. 6 SUN’S SMILE, 1779. BE IT KNOWN that THE CROWN, upon the recommendation of His Excellency, The Solicitor-General DARIUS BASRID, has submitted the nomination of Mr. FAROOQ GRAY MHC as Supreme Court Justice, to be confirmed on the advice and consent of the House of Commons, and subject to any further processes established by Law. Delivered at Novellen, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  3. The Crown issues a summons for The Rt Hon. The Count of Metterden @AndrewTech to be seated at the House of Lords, filling the vacancy left by the late Archbishop of Albarosa.
  4. RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS Resolution on the Criteria of Petitioners for Peerage, 1778 25th of Harren’s Folly Passed by the House of Lords in the 17th Imperial Diet. AYE HIH The Duke of Helena The Most Hon. The Marquess of Korstadt The Rt Hon. The Count of Pompourelia The Rt Hon. The Count of Rochefort The Rt Hon. The Viscount of Pruvia-Provins NAY His Grace The Duke of Reinmar ABSENT Vacancy BE IT RESOLVED; That this Resolution serve as the basis of criteria for candidates and petitioners for peerage who shall be considered by the House of Lords. That a petitioner for peerage have served at least twenty years in political, military, or judicial office in an Imperial or Royal capacity at the time of his petition. That a petitioner for peerage be of good moral standing, pedigree, and social standing. That the family of a petitioner for peerage hold several offices political, military, or judicial at the time of his petition.
  5. IMPERIAL LETTERS FOR THE BARONY OF ASTFIELD, 1777 Issued and Confirmed by His Imperial Majesty, Peter III, 1777 TO OUR BELOVED SUBJECTS, It has pleased the Imperial Throne to reward the service of Our leal subject, Stephen Vyronov, with official verification of their tenure in fealty to the Holy Orenian Empire. Accordingly, with this grace of God and the counsel of Our court, we do invest Stephen Vyronov as the Baron of Astfield, a role they as peers of the Holy Orenian Empire shall hold in trust to Our throne for the duration of their loyal service. They are enjoined to maintain the law of Our realm, to abide peacefully by Our rule, and to rise to Our defense when necessary. In return, as a sign of Our August graciousness, we do privilege their head to collect rents on their estates and holdings. HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  6. IMPERIAL LETTERS FOR THE COUNTY OF OTISTADT, 1777 Issued and Confirmed by His Imperial Majesty, Peter III, 1777 TO OUR BELOVED SUBJECTS, It has pleased the Imperial Throne to reward the service of Our leal subject, Frederick Ludovar, with official verification of their tenure in fealty to the Holy Orenian Empire. Accordingly, with this grace of God and the counsel of Our court, we do invest Frederick Ludovar as the Count of Otistadt, a role they as peers of the Holy Orenian Empire shall hold in trust to Our throne for the duration of their loyal service. They are enjoined to maintain the law of Our realm, to abide peacefully by Our rule, and to rise to Our defense when necessary. In return, as a sign of Our August graciousness, we do privilege their head to collect rents on their estates and holdings. HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  7. IMPERIAL LETTERS FOR THE VISCOUNTY OF VALLES, 1777 Issued and Confirmed by His Imperial Majesty, Peter III, 1777 TO OUR BELOVED SUBJECTS, It has pleased the Imperial Throne to reward the service of Our leal subject, Eric Othaman, with official verification of their tenure in fealty to the Holy Orenian Empire. Accordingly, with this grace of God and the counsel of Our court, we do invest Eric Othaman as the Viscount of Valles, a role they as peers of the Holy Orenian Empire shall hold in trust to Our throne for the duration of their loyal service. They are enjoined to maintain the law of Our realm, to abide peacefully by Our rule, and to rise to Our defense when necessary. In return, as a sign of Our August graciousness, we do privilege their head to collect rents on their estates and holdings. HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  8. IMPERIAL LETTERS FOR THE COUNTY OF ALIMAR, 1777 Issued and Confirmed by His Imperial Majesty, Peter III, 1777 TO OUR BELOVED SUBJECTS, It has pleased the Imperial Throne to reward the service of Our leal subject, Joseph Alimar, with official verification of their tenure in fealty to the Holy Orenian Empire. Accordingly, with this grace of God and the counsel of Our court, we do invest Joseph Alimar as the Count of Alimar, a role they as peers of the Holy Orenian Empire shall hold in trust to Our throne for the duration of their loyal service. They are enjoined to maintain the law of Our realm, to abide peacefully by Our rule, and to rise to Our defense when necessary. In return, as a sign of Our August graciousness, we do privilege their head to collect rents on their estates and holdings. HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY Peter III, by the Grace of God Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg, and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  9. THE IMPERIAL CENSUS, 1777-1787 The Imperial Diet, for which the census was created, has reached its 40th anniversary since the Edict of Establishment, a vibrant institution of Imperial government. This being so, the Ministry of Civil Affairs follows in the edicts of the Crown, clearing the rolls, and reissuing the census. This census shall last from the year 1777 to 1787. SECTION I: THE IMPERIAL CENSUS The following matters shall define the purpose and extent of the Imperial Census. The Imperial census shall be administered throughout the entire Empire for a duration of ten years, beginning in 1777. Upon the completion of a census period, the rolls shall be cleared, and a new census administered to which all subjects are obligated to take. All subjects of His Imperial Majesty are obligated by law to take the census, and sworn under oath to the truth of their responses. All vassals which pledge their fealty to the Crown and hold letters of peerage are henceforth bound by oath to administer the census within their demesne, and forbidden to prevent the administering thereof. SECTION II: THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS The following matters particularly pertain to national elections. If the Imperial subject so elects, he may be registered to vote in national elections with a valid residential address. The Imperial subject may not be hindered from registering to vote. If fraud is to be discovered in the registration of voting addresses, the accused may be prosecuted by the full extent of the law, up to and including felony impersonation. Hereafter is the Imperial Census of the Year 1777, extending until 1787: CLICK HERE FOR CENSUS
  10. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Third Lemonade Legal Reforms Act, 1777 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the Commons. Passed by the House of Commons and House of Lords in the 17th Imperial Diet. COMMONS AYE Amador Barclay Bykov Christiansen Galbraith Gray Napier Rakoczy Stahl-Elendil ABSTAIN d’Aryn Wick ABSENT O’Rourke LORDS AYE HIH The Duke of Helena His Grace The Duke of Reinmar His Grace The Archbishop of Albarosa The Most Hon. The Marquees of Korstadt The Rt Hon. The Count of Pompourelia The Rt Hon. The Count of Rochefort NAY The Rt Hon. The Viscount Pruvia-Provins The third volume of changes and amendments to the Oren Revised Code by Lauritz Christiansen, aptly named after his favourite drink, Lemonade. INTRODUCTION This act seeks to regulate the obligatory heirs to preserve the integrity of the various Peerages across the Empire, by preventing people from inheriting under certain conditions that are viewed as being harmful to the integrity of the Peerage. SECTION I: Adding CH 306.02 to the Oren Revised Code 306.01 - On Disqualification of the Obligatory Heirs of Peers 306.011 - The obligatory heirs will be disqualified if they are a member of the Clergy. 306.012 - The obligatory heirs will be disqualified if they are a practitioner of Magick. 306.013 - The obligatory heirs will be disqualified if they are non-Human. Introduced by Member of Commons Sir Lauritz Christiansen on 8th of Horen’s Calling, 1777 Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  11. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET PROTECTING OUR VETERANS ACT, 1777 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the House of Commons. Passed by the House of Commons and the House of Lords in the 17th Imperial Diet. COMMONS AYE Amador Barclay Bykov Christiansen d’Aryn Gray Napier Stahl-Elendil ABSTAIN Wick Galbraith ABSENT Rakoczy O’Rourke LORDS AYE HIH The Duke of Helena His Grace The Duke of Reinmar His Grace The Archbishop of Albarosa The Most Hon. The Marquees of Korstadt The Rt Hon. The Count of Pompourelia ABSENT The Rt Hon. The Count of Rochefort The Rt Hon. The Viscount Pruvia-Provins INTRODUCTION The men who serve to protect His Imperial Majesty and his subjects often face trouble finding work due to injury and lack of opportunity. This act will protect our veterans and ensure they can maintain a suitable living. SECTION I: ON DEFINING A VETERAN A person is defined as a veteran if they meet all of the following criteria: Serving a total of twenty combined years in any of the following organizations: Imperial Service Army Haense Royal Army Imperial Constabulary Serving during a period of armed combat against another state OR Receiving a life altering injury in the course of their duties as determined by the Secretary of Treasury Not currently serving in any role with any of the organizations listed insection 1, subsection 1 SECTION II: ON DETERMINING THE PENSION A pension is determined in the following way: Averaging the last three years of a veteran’s salary Taking 25% of that number to arrive at their yearly pension SECTION III: ON DURTATION OF THE PENSION A pension shall be paid yearly until any of the following criteria are met: Receiving twenty years of pension payments Dying or being legally declared dead by a court SECTION IV: ON ADMINISTRATING THE PENSION The administration of all matters related to pensions shall be overseen by the office of the Secretary of the Treasury. The Secretary of War is duly authorized to edit Section I, subsection 1 at their discretion and without further approval from the House of Commons. Introduced by Farooq Gray, MHC on 14th of the First Seed, 1775 Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  12. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET ACT OF BAIL BONDSMAN & ENFORCEMENT AGENT LICENSING, 1776 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the Commons. Passed by the House of Commons in the 17th Imperial Diet. AYE Amador Barclay Bykov Christiansen D’Aryn Galbraith Napier Rakoczy Stahl-Elendil Wick ABSENT O’Rourke The Bail Bondsman Act is designed to create proper Judicial Ministry oversight and licensing of bail bondsmen, bounty hunters, and other bail enforcement agents in the Empire. INTRODUCTION: The lack of regulation, definition, and oversight over professional fugitive hunters, bail bondsmen, and other bounty collection practices must end and be brought under the proper rules and regulations of the Ministry of Justice. SECTION I: Definitions Bail Bondsman: A private entity that pays the fines and other legal fees for a defendant before and after their trial. Bail Enforcement Agent: A private entity charged with the tracking, arrest, and returning wanted fugitive to Imperial custody. Fugitive: A person formally charged with a crime or a convicted criminal whose punishment has not yet been determined or fully served who is currently beyond the custody or control of the national or sub-national government or international criminal tribunal with an interest in his or her arrest. Bounty Reward: A bounty reward is a subsidy that is paid to a category of persons who have performed a public service. In these circumstances, for the capture of a wanted fugitive. SECTION II: Licensing It shall be unlawful to serve as a bail enforcement agent without achieving the proper licensing from the Ministry of Justice. It shall be unlawful to issue bounties and bail bondsmen assignments that are not in line with the statutes found within the Oren Revised Code. Licenses, credentials, and potential rewards shall be awarded according to the rules and regulations set by the Ministry of the Justice. All potential bail enforcement assignments shall only be directly issued or offered from the Ministry of Justice or Ministry approved private bail bondsman companies. All potential bail enforcement rewards shall only be issued or offered from the Ministry of Justice or Ministry approved private bail bondsman companies. An Office of Imperial Bonds & Bounties shall be created under the Ministry of Justice, where licenses and bounties shall be offered and rewarded(O.I.B.B). Introduced by Member of Commons Jonah Stahl-Elendil on 7th of Horen’s Calling, 1776. Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  13. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Rattington Act, 1777 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the Commons. Passed by the House of Commons in the 17th Imperial Diet. AYE Amador Barclay Bykov Christiansen Galbraith Gray Napier Rakoczy Stahl-Elendil Wick ABSTAIN D’Aryn ABSENT O’Rourke Amendment on the Right to Personhood Bill of 1777. INTRODUCTION This bill is to protect the personhood of those who were once descendants, but then willingly or unwillingly became something else, while still acknowledging that necrotic creatures are inherently evil and therefore should not retain personhood. SECTION I: Adding CH 306.065 to the ORC 306.065 - An individual who was previously a pure-blooded or mixed-blooded person that is no longer a descendant, but who is not necrotic in nature, will retain their personhood. Introduced by Member of Commons Sir Lauritz Christiansen on 8th of Horen’s Calling, 1777 Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  14. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Adoptions Act of 1776 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the Commons. Passed by the House of Commons in the 17th Imperial Diet. AYE Amador Barclay Bykov Christiansen D’Aryn Galbraith Napier O’Rourke Rakoczy Stahl-Elendil Wick NAY Gray An act seeking to create a legal way for adoption. INTRODUCTION It is the intention of this bill to properly define what adoption is, and to create a legal precedent of how an adoption works. As currently, adoptions do not exist in legality, but still happen illegally and informally on occasion. SECTION I: Seeks to create CH 302.03 and implement it into the Oren Revised Code. 302.03 - On Adoption 302.031 - Adoption is defined as the legal acquisition of guardianship over an individual under the age of majority who has no living parents or guardians. 302.032 - Adoption cases are handled through the Imperial Courts, which grant the permission to adopt. 302.033 - Adoption does not overrule filiation, and therefore the adoptee retains their original surname. If they have no surname, they will be given one by the courts. 302.034 - Adoptees gain no right to the inheritance of the adopter. Introduced by Member of Commons Sir Lauritz Christiansen on 7th of Grand Harvest, 1776 Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
  15. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Amendment to Imperial Business Funding Act, 1777 20th of Snow’s Maiden Introduced in the Commons. Passed by the House of Commons in the 17th Imperial Diet. AYE Barclay Bykov Christiansen Galbraith Napier Rakoczy Stahl-Elendil Wick NAY Amador Gray ABSTAIN D’Aryn ABSENT O’Rourke INTRODUCTION The Imperial Treasury has recently responded to a proposed verbal amendment to the Imperial Business Funding Act, that proposed to strike interest rates, about said amendment’s infeasibility in practice. In light of such response from the Ministry, it is deemed fit to create an amendment in the aforementioned act, that establishes a clear section that takes into account such interest rates. SECTION I: Amending Section II of the IBF Act Under section 1c of the act, a sub-sub-section will be added as follows: The loans negotiated by the party requesting the loan and the Treasury, will contain interest rates that are based upon the financial statements of the business owner, alongside the need/purpose for said loan, in order to determine a price that can be feasibly paid back. In order to help jumpstart the business off the ground, the Treasury will opt to not collect interest on loan payments for the first year, but will collect interest on loan payments after the first year. Introduced by George Galbraith, MHC, on This Snow’s Maiden, 1777 Issued and proclaimed, Peter III, by the grace of GOD Holy Orenian Emperor, forever August, King of Renatus, Curon, Salvus, and Seventis, King of Kaedrin, Prince of Malinor, Grand Duke of Ves, Duke of Lorraine and Roden, Baron of Sedan, Vitzburg and Sedai, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera
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