[Ansteorra] Corpora vs kingdom law

Tim McDaniel tmcd at panix.com
Sun Jul 8 20:32:17 PDT 2012

On Sun, 8 Jul 2012, Kevinkeary at aol.com wrote:
> On Thu,  5 Jul 2012, Maria Buchanan <scarlettmb at sbcglobal.net>
> wrote:
>> Corpora says that Kingdom law can be more stringent than Corpora,
>> but not less.
> tmcd at panix.com writes:
>> Cite?
> Corpora
> B. Role of Corpora
> ...Kingdoms may follow custom or make law in areas where these
> policies are silent, as long as they remain consistent with the
> general approach embodied therein. They may also impose additional
> rules and requirements for branches, offices, and awards within
> their jurisdiction, but may not reduce or waive any specified
> requirement contained at a higher level in the Precedence of Law.

Thank you for the citation.

Note, however, that the areas where kingdoms can be more strict are
defined in Corpora:
- where governing policies are silent
- in branches, offices, awards
- presumably anywhere else in Corpora where it expressly allows power
   over something to the king and queen, or subordinate officers, or

> (emphasis mine)

I have a plain ASCII reader.  Any emphasis in the form of bolding,
italics, or some such, I cannot see.  Also, I suspect that people
reading the digest form would not see it.  I suggest emphasis like
*this*, _this_, or some such.

Denyel de Linccolne
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com

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