SCA Insurance Coverage

James Crouchet crouchet at
Wed Mar 15 00:12:21 PST 1995

On Tue, 14 Mar 1995, Michael A. Chance wrote:

> Lady Maire writes (concerning "at large" officers):
> > Be careful as to what you call "warranted". If the person does not show up
> > on a roster or a single warrant form that is signed by the crown and the
> > Kingdom level officer, they are not recognized as a "warranted" officer of
> > the corporation. This is the definition of what is "recognized" in Corpora
> > and Kingdom law. Just because you have a card given you by the Chirurgeon
> > or Marshall, does NOT mean you have a warrant.
> Ah, I see your distinction now.  Both Calontir and the Midrealm have
> "at large" officers (those not specifically associated with any
> particular group or region) which _are_ listed on the kingdom roster.
> In fact, all of the chirugeons are handled this way.  Ansteorra,
> apparently, defines "at large" as a non-warranted officer, correct?

No. Some of our offices do have "at large" officers.  But they are 
warrented.  Those who carry a card but are not specifically warrented are 
just authorized -- that is they have permission to perform their job. 
Apparently they are not covered.


> Mikjal Annarbjorn
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