Pactum De Singularis Caelum

Covenant of One Heaven

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Article 29 - Superior Rights and Inferior Rights

29.1
Superior Rights (link)

Superior Rights are the third class and third highest possible form of valid Rights; corresponding to Superior Trusts and Superior Persons associated with an Ucadia society. Whereas Divine Rights pertain to Heaven and Natural Rights relate to a living higher order life form, Superior Rights align to one or more civilized societies operating under the Golden Rule of Law in accord with the present sacred Covenant. Superior Rights owe their existence and provenance to either valid Divine Rights or valid Natural Rights. All Superior Rights are greater than Inferior Rights. All Rights of valid Ucadia Members, Ucadia Societies and associated bodies, aggregates, societies, associations, communities and unions of two or more people are inherited from the class of Superior Rights. There exists six sub-classes of four hundred and twenty four (424) Superior Rights, being Personal (44), Ecclesiastical (132), Sovereign (77), Official (88), Administrative (44) and Member (39):

(i) A Personal Rights (Superioris Iurium Personae) are Superior Rights associated with Superior Persons and all Superior Ucadia Trusts and Superior Ucadia Estates; and

(ii) A Ecclesiastical Rights (Iurium Ecclesiae) are Superior Rights associated with a valid Ucadia Ecclesia such as One Christ, One Islam, One Spirit and Ucadia itself; and

(iii) An Sovereign Rights (Iurium Regnum) are Superior Rights associated with the embodiment of the sovereign authority of a valid Ucadia society such as a Campus, or Province, or University or Union; and

(iv) An Official Rights (Iurium Civilis) are Superior Rights associated with an Officer empowered to Office within a valid Ucadia society such as a Campus, or Province, or University or Union; and

(v) An Political Rights (Iurium Civilis) are Superior Rights associated with a legislative body of a valid Ucadia society such as a Campus, or Province, or University or Union; and

(vi) An Member Rights (Iurium Membrum) are Superior Rights associated with a Member of a valid Ucadia society, body or aggregate.

29.2
Superior Person Rights (Superioris Iurium Personae) (link)

The following valid forty-four (44) Superior Person Rights (Superioris Iurium Personae) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Esse as the Superior Right of Existence, as inherited from Ius Naturale Esse; and

(ii) Ius Vitam as the Superior Right to Life, as inherited from Ius Naturale Vitam; and

(iii) Ius Aureus Iuris as the Superior Right to be governed by Golden Rule of Law, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aureus Iuris; and

(iv) Ius Iuris as the Superior Right to Justice under the Golden Rule of Law, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(v) Ius Liberatum Arbitrium as the Superior Right of Free Choice (Will), as inherited from Ius Naturale Liberatum Arbitrium; and

(vi) Ius Mori Eligate as the Superior Right to Choose to Die, as inherited from Ius Naturale Mori Eligate; and

(vii) Ius Consensum as the Superior Right to Consent, as inherited from Ius Naturale Consensum; and

(viii) Ius Consensu Recedere as the Superior Right to withdraw Consent, as inherited from Ius Naturale Consensu Recedere; and

(ix) Ius Iurandum as the Superior Right to make an Oath and Vow, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iurandum; and

(x) Ius Abiuratum as the Superior Right to abjure an Oath and Vow, as inherited from Ius Naturale Abiuratum; and

(xi) Ius Loqui as the Superior Right to Speak Freely, as inherited from Ius Naturale Loqui; and

(xii) Ius Silentium as the Superior Right to Silence, as inherited from Ius Naturale Silentium; and

(xiii) Ius Concedere as the Superior Right to Grant, Assign or Delegate Rights, as inherited from Ius Naturale Concedere; and

(xiv) Ius Abrogare as the Superior Right to annul and void any granted or delegated rights, as inherited from Ius Naturale Abrogare; and

(xv) Ius Societas as the Superior Right of Association, as inherited from Ius Naturale Societas; and

(xvi) Ius Abstinendi as the Superior Right of Renunciation, as inherited from Ius Naturale Abstinendi; and

(xvii) Ius Nomenis as the Superior Right to Name, Title and Reputation, as inherited from Ius Naturale Nomenis; and

(xviii) Ius Vivus as the Superior Right to Possession and Ownership of Flesh and Blood of one's own Body, as inherited from Ius Naturale Vivus; and

(xix) Ius Geneticae as the Superior Right of Possession, Ownership and Title to ones own Genetic Material, as inherited from Ius Naturale Geneticae; and

(xx) Ius Facies as the Superior Right Possession, Ownership and Title to ones own Face, Voice, Fingerprints and Biometric Identity, as inherited from Ius Naturale Facies; and

(xxi) Ius Proprius as the Superior Right to own Character and Identity, as inherited from Ius Naturale Proprius; and

(xxii) Ius Nutrimens as the Superior Right to Sustenance, as inherited from Ius Naturale Nutrimens; and

(xxiii) Ius Aqua as the Superior Right to Water, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aqua; and

(xxiv) Ius Tectum as the Superior Right to Shelter, as inherited from Ius Naturale Tectum; and

(xxv) Ius Habitare as the Superior Right to Home Environment, as inherited from Ius Naturale Habitare; and

(xxvi) Ius Connubii as the Superior Rights of Union, as inherited from Ius Naturale Connubii; and

(xxvii) Ius Coitus as the Superior Right for consenting adults to engage in intercourse, as inherited from Ius Naturale Coitus; and

(xxviii) Ius Natural Contraceptio as the Superior Right to contraception, as inherited from Ius Naturale Natural Contraceptio; and

(xxix) Ius Terminare as the Superior Right to Terminate Pregnancy in 1st trimester, as inherited from Ius Naturale Terminare; and

(xxx) Ius Nascendi as the Superior Right to be Born from start of 2nd trimester to full term, as inherited from Ius Naturale Nascendi; and

(xxxi) Ius Naturalis Nativitas as the Superior Right to give birth, as inherited from Ius Naturale Naturalis Nativitas; and

(xxxii) Ius Aequum as the Superior Right of Equality and Fairness, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aequum; and

(xxxiii) Ius Aequum Genus as the Superior Right of Gender Equality, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aequum Genus; and

(xxxiv) Ius Aequum Gens as the Superior Right of Race Equality, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aequum Gens; and

(xxxv) Ius Liberatum Genus as the Superior Right of Choice of Gender, as inherited from Ius Naturale Liberatum Genus; and

(xxxvi) Ius Victus as the Superior Right to Quality and Fruitful Existence, as inherited from Ius Naturale Victus; and

(xxxvii) Ius Possessionis as the Superior Right to possess, hold and own property, as inherited from Ius Naturale Possessionis; and

(xxxviii) Ius Proprietatis as the Superior Right of Ownership of use or fruits of use, as inherited from Ius Naturale Proprietatis; and

(xxxix) Ius Manumissionis as the Superior Right of Freedom from slavery, as inherited from Ius Naturale Libertatis; and

(xl) Ius Tormentum Libertatis as the Superior Right of Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment or torture, as inherited from Ius Naturale Libertatis; and

(xli) Ius Libertatis Religionis as the Superior Right of Freedom of religious expression, as inherited from Ius Naturale Libertatis; and

(xlii) Ius Naturale Non Res as the Superior Right for a Natural (True) Person not to be treated as a slave or thing, as inherited from Ius Naturale Non Res; and

(xliii) Ius Hereditatis as the Superior Right of Inheritance of Rights, as inherited from Ius Naturale Hereditatis; and

(xliv) Ius Voluntatem et Testamentum as the Superior Right to make a Will and Testament, as inherited from Ius Voluntatem et Testamentum.

29.3
Ecclesiastical Rights (Iurium Ecclesiae) (link)

Ecclesiastical Rights are the second sub-class of Superior Rights and the highest possible rights of any aggregate body, society, fraternity, association or company of two or more people. There exists eight categories of one hundred and thirty two (132) Superior Rights within the sub class of Ecclesiastical Rights, being Authoritative (22), Instrumental (22), Sacramental (33), Writs (11), Bills (11), Dogma (11), Decrees (11) and Notices (11):

(i) Authoritative Ecclesiastical Rights (Potentis Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the core ecclesiastical authoritative powers; and

(ii) Instrumental Ecclesiastical Rights (Instrumentalis Ecclesia Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights essential to the proper administration of Ecclesiastical Rights; and

(iii) Sacramental Ecclesiastical Rights (Sacramentum Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the thirty three Divine Sacraments of Heaven; and

(iv) Ecclesiastical Writs of Rights (Recto Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Original Entry and Original Action; and

(v) Ecclesiastical Bills of Exception (Rogatio Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Bills of Exception, Citation and Moratorium; and

(vi) Ecclesiastical Dogma (Summa Dogma Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the promulgation of authoritative ecclesiastical principles, decrees and doctrines; and

(vii) Ecclesiastical Decrees (Decretum Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with ecclesiastical decrees concerning the administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order; and

(viii) Ecclesiastical Notice (Notitiae Ecclesiae Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with ecclesiastical notices issued, executed, patented, promulgated and services in the proper administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order.

29.4
Authorative Ecclesiastical Rights (Potentis Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid twenty-two (22) Authoritative Ecclesiastical Rights (Potentis Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Ecclesiae Iurisdictio as the Ecclesiastical Right of Jurisdiction, as inherited from Ius Divinum Universus; and

(ii) Ius Ecclesiae Regnum as the Ecclesiastical Right of Sovereign Authority, as inherited from Ius Divinum Regnum; and

(iii) Ius Ecclesiae Consilium as the Ecclesiastical Right of a Legislative and Advisory Authority, as inherited from Ius Divinum Consilium; and

(iv) Ius Ecclesiae Ecclesia as the Ecclesiastical Right of an Ecclesiastical and Religious Authority, as inherited from Ius Divinum Ecclesia; and

(v) Ius Ecclesiae Collegium as the Ecclesiastical Right of a Company or Charitable Body, as inherited from Ius Divinum Collegium; and

(vi) Ius Ecclesiae Officium as the Ecclesiastical Right of Office, Duty and Service, as inherited from Ius Divinum Officium; and

(vii) Ius Ecclesiae Imperium as the Ecclesiastical Right of Command, Occupation and Enforcement, as inherited from Ius Divinum Imperium; and

(viii) Ius Ecclesiae Sacrum as the Ecclesiastical Right of Sacred Recognition, Devotion and Veneration, as inherited from Ius Divinum Sacrum; and

(ix) Ius Ecclesiae Custoditum as the Ecclesiastical Right of Custody, Guardianship and Preservation, as inherited from Ius Divinum Custoditum; and

(x) Ius Ecclesiae Alumentum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Sustenance, Maintenance and Alms, as inherited from Ius Divinum Alumentum; and

(xi) Ius Ecclesiae Apostolicus as the Ecclesiastical Right of Divine Commission, as inherited from Ius Divinum Apostolicus; and

(xii) Ius Ecclesiae Sanitatum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Sanity, Reason and Competence of Mind, as inherited from Ius Divinum Sanitatum; and

(xiii) Ius Ecclesiae Oratorium as the Ecclesiastical Right to a Competent Forum of Law and Review, as inherited from Ius Divinum Oratorium; and

(xiv) Ius Ecclesiae Actum as the Ecclesiastical Right of Action within (Ucadian) Time and Space, as inherited from Ius Divinum Actum; and

(xv) Ius Ecclesiae Sacramentum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Grant and Impart Holy Sacraments, as inherited from Ius Divinum Sacramentum; and

(xvi) Ius Ecclesiae Visum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Survey, Visit and Audit Ucadia Bodies, as inherited from Ius Divinum Visum; and

(xvii) Ius Ecclesiae Commercium as the Ecclesiastical Right to Trade, Exchange and Communication, as inherited from Ius Divinum Commercium; and

(xviii) Ius Ecclesiae Virtus as the Ecclesiastical Right to Strength, Honor, Excellence and Virtue, as inherited from Ius Divinum Virtus; and

(xix) Ius Ecclesiae Interpretum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Interpet and Expound Sacred Texts, as inherited from Ius Divinum Interpretum; and

(xx) Ius Ecclesiae Astrum as the Ecclesiastical Right to an Association, Aggregate or Body, as inherited from Ius Divinum Astrum; and

(xxi) Ius Ecclesiae Magisterium as the Ecclesiastical Right to Teach, Instruct and Interpret Divine Will, as inherited from Ius Divinum Magisterium; and

(xxii) Ius Ecclesiae Decretum as the Ecclesiastical Right to issue Decree, Judgment and Edict, as inherited from Ius Divinum Decretum.

29.5
Instrumental Ecclesiastical Rights (Instrumentalis Ecclesia Iurium) (link)

The following valid twenty-two (22) Instrumental Ecclesiastical Rights (Instrumentalis Ecclesia Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Ecclesiae Fidei as the Ecclesiastical Right of Superior Ecclesiastical Trust, as inherited from Ius Divinum Fidei; and

(ii) Ius Ecclesiae Fundus as the Ecclesiastical Right of Superior Ecclesiastical Estate, as inherited from Ius Divinum Fundus; and

(iii) Ius Ecclesiae Credito as the Ecclesiastical Right of Superior Ecclesiastical Credit, as inherited from Ius Divinum Credito; and

(iv) Ius Ecclesiae Definire as the Ecclesiastical Right to Define Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Definire; and

(v) Ius Ecclesiae Hereditatis as the Ecclesiastical Right of Inheritance of Divine Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Hereditatis; and

(vi) Ius Ecclesiae Concedere as the Ecclesiastical Right to Grant Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Concedere; and

(vii) Ius Ecclesiae Abrogare as the Ecclesiastical Right to Annul Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Abrogare; and

(viii) Ius Ecclesiae Delegare as the Ecclesiastical Right to Delegate Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Delegare; and

(ix) Ius Ecclesiae Revocare as the Ecclesiastical Right to Revoke Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Divinum Revocare; and

(x) Ius Ecclesiae Societas as the Ecclesiastical Right of Association, as inherited from Ius Divinum Societas; and

(xi) Ius Ecclesiae Abstinendi as the Ecclesiastical Right of Renunciation, as inherited from Ius Divinum Abstinendi; and

(xii) Ius Ecclesiae Consensum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Consent, as inherited from Ius Divinum Consensum; and

(xiii) Ius Ecclesiae Consensu Recedere as the Ecclesiastical Right to withdraw Consent, as inherited from Ius Divinum Consensu Recedere; and

(xiv) Ius Ecclesiae Dominium as the Ecclesiastical Right of Absolute Ownership, as inherited from Ius Divinum Dominium; and

(xv) Ius Ecclesiae Possessionis as the Ecclesiastical Right to Possess, Hold and Own, as inherited from Ius Divinum Possessionis; and

(xvi) Ius Ecclesiae Usus as the Ecclesiastical Right of Use, as inherited from Ius Divinum Usus; and

(xvii) Ius Ecclesiae Usurae as the Ecclesiastical Right of Fruits (Enjoyment) of Use, as inherited from Ius Divinum Usurae; and

(xviii) Ius Ecclesiae Proprietatis as the Ecclesiastical Right of Ownership of Use or Fruits of Use, as inherited from Ius Divinum Proprietatis; and

(xix) Ius Ecclesiae Album as the Ecclesiastical Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Divinum Album; and

(xx) Ius Ecclesiae Registrum as the Ecclesiastical Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Divinum Registrum; and

(xxi) Ius Ecclesiae Ascriptum as the Ecclesiastical Right of Entry into Rolls, as inherited from Ius Divinum Ascriptum; and

(xxii) Ius Ecclesiae Dirimere as the Ecclesiastical Right of Dissolution of all Contracts and Obligations, as inherited from Ius Divinum Dirimere.

29.6
Sacramental Ecclesiastical Rights (Sacramentum Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid thirty-three (33) Sacramental Ecclesiastical Rights (Sacramentum Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ritus Sacramentum Recognosco as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Recognition, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Recognosco; and

(ii) Ritus Sacramentum Fidei as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Trust, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Fidei; and

(iii) Ritus Sacramentum Obligatio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Obligation, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Obligatio; and

(iv) Ritus Sacramentum Inspiratio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Inspiration, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Inspiratio; and

(v) Ritus Sacramentum Venia as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Forgiveness, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Venia; and

(vi) Ritus Sacramentum Satisfactio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Satisfaction, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Satisfactio; and

(vii) Ritus Sacramentum Expiratio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Key Sacrament of Expiration, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Expiratio; and

(viii) Ritus Sacramentum Consecratio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Consecration, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Consecratio; and

(ix) Ritus Sacramentum Eucharistos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Highest and most enlightened prayers, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Eucharistos; and

(x) Ritus Sacramentum Matrimonos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Matrimony, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Matrimonos; and

(xi) Ritus Sacramentum Unionis as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Union, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Unionis; and

(xii) Ritus Sacramentum Monumentum as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Record, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Monumentum; and

(xiii) Ritus Sacramentum Paenitentia as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Penance, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Paenitentia; and

(xiv) Ritus Sacramentum Invocatio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Oath, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Invocatio; and

(xv) Ritus Sacramentum Testimonium as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Testimony, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Testimonium; and

(xvi) Ritus Sacramentum Investitura as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Investiture, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Investitura; and

(xvii) Ritus Sacramentum Clementia as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Clemency, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Clementia; and

(xviii) Ritus Sacramentum Orthodoxos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Proper Binding as Surety, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Orthodoxos; and

(xix) Ritus Sacramentum Convocatio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Convocation, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Convocatio; and

(xx) Ritus Sacramentum Praescriptio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Prescription, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Praescriptio; and

(xxi) Ritus Sacramentum Rescriptio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Cardinal Sacrament of Rescription, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Rescriptio; and

(xxii) Ritus Sacramentum Annuntiatio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Annuncation, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Annuntiatio; and

(xxiii) Ritus Sacramentum Baptizmos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Original Baptism, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Baptizmos; and

(xxiv) Ritus Sacramentum Christmos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Original Christ Anointing, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Christmos; and

(xxv) Ritus Sacramentum Kommoinos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Original First Communion, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Kommoinos; and

(xxvi) Ritus Sacramentum Adventus as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Adventus, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Adventus; and

(xxvii) Ritus Sacramentum Genius as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Genius, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Genius; and

(xxviii) Ritus Sacramentum Perfectus as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Perfection, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Perfectus; and

(xxix) Ritus Sacramentum Sapientia as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Wisdom, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Sapientia; and

(xxx) Ritus Sacramentum Adeus as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Adieu, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Adeus; and

(xxxi) Ritus Sacramentum Resolutio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Resolution, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Resolutio; and

(xxxii) Ritus Sacramentum Kremationos as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Original Cremation, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Kremationos; and

(xxxiii) Ritus Sacramentum Veneratio as the Ecclesiastical Right of the Apostolic Life Sacrament of Veneration, as inherited from Ritus Sacramentum Veneratio.

29.7
Ecclesiastical Writs of Rights (Recto Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Ecclesiastical Writs of Rights (Recto Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Recto Ecclesiae Petitionis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Claim of Right, as inherited from Recto Divinum Petitionis; and

(ii) Recto Ecclesiae Originalis as the Ecclesiastical Original Writ (of Right), as inherited from Recto Divinum Originalis; and

(iii) Recto Ecclesiae Apocalypsis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Right of Revelation, as inherited from Recto Divinum Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Recto Ecclesiae Investigationis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Recto Divinum Investigationis; and

(v) Recto Ecclesiae Capionis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Recto Divinum Capionis; and

(vi) Recto Ecclesiae Custodiae as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Recto Divinum Custodiae; and

(vii) Recto Ecclesiae Documentis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Divinum Documentis; and

(viii) Recto Ecclesiae Expungo as the Ecclesiastical Writ of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Divinum Expungo; and

(ix) Recto Ecclesiae Abrogationis as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Recto Divinum Abrogationis; and

(x) Recto Ecclesiae Interdico as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Recto Divinum Interdico; and

(xi) Recto Ecclesiae Restitutio as the Ecclesiastical Writ of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Recto Divinum Restitutio.

29.8
Ecclesiastical Bills of Exception (Rogatio Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Ecclesiastical Bills of Exception (Rogatio Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Rogatio Ecclesiae Petitionis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Claim of Relief, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Petitionis; and

(ii) Rogatio Ecclesiae Recto as the Ecclesiastical (Original) Bill of Right, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Recto; and

(iii) Rogatio Ecclesiae Apocalypsis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Rights of Revelation, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Rogatio Ecclesiae Investigationis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Investigationis; and

(v) Rogatio Ecclesiae Capionis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Capionis; and

(vi) Rogatio Ecclesiae Custodiae as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Custodiae; and

(vii) Rogatio Ecclesiae Documentis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Documentis; and

(viii) Rogatio Ecclesiae Expungo as the Ecclesiastical Bill of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Expungo; and

(ix) Rogatio Ecclesiae Abrogationis as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Abrogationis; and

(x) Rogatio Ecclesiae Interdico as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Interdico; and

(xi) Rogatio Ecclesiae Restitutio as the Ecclesiastical Bill of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Rogatio Divinum Restitutio.

29.9
Ecclesiastical Dogma (Summa Dogma Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Ecclesiastical Dogma (Summa Dogma Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Dogma Ecclesiae Praeceptum as the Ecclesiastical Precept of Proposed Dogma, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Praeceptum; and

(ii) Dogma Ecclesiae Theologiae as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of Theology, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Theologiae; and

(iii) Dogma Ecclesiae Singularis Caelum as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of One Heaven, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Singularis Caelum; and

(iv) Dogma Ecclesiae Ucadia as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of Ucadia, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Ucadia; and

(v) Dogma Ecclesiae Iuris as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of Law, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Iuris; and

(vi) Dogma Ecclesiae Scientium as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of Science, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Scientium; and

(vii) Dogma Ecclesiae Revelatio as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of Revelation, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Revelatio; and

(viii) Dogma Ecclesiae Sacramentum as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of the Sacraments, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Sacramentum; and

(ix) Dogma Ecclesiae Singularis Christus as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of One Christ, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Singularis Christus; and

(x) Dogma Ecclesiae Singularis Islam as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of One Islam, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Singularis Islam; and

(xi) Dogma Ecclesiae Singularis Spiritus as the Ecclesiastical Dogma of One Spirit, as inherited from Dogma Divinum Singularis Spiritus.

29.10
Ecclesiastical Decrees (Decretum Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Ecclesiastical Decrees (Decretum Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Decretum Ecclesiae Doctrinae as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Doctrine, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Doctrinae; and

(ii) Decretum Ecclesiae Absolutionis as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Absolution, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Absolutionis; and

(iii) Decretum Ecclesiae Damnationis as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Damnation, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Damnationis; and

(iv) Decretum Ecclesiae Exemplificatio as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Exemplification, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Exemplificatio; and

(v) Decretum Ecclesiae Testimonium as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Proof, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Testimonium; and

(vi) Decretum Ecclesiae Instructionis as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Instruction, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Instructionis; and

(vii) Decretum Ecclesiae Censurae as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Censure, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Censurae; and

(viii) Decretum Ecclesiae Annullas as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Annulment, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Annullas; and

(ix) Decretum Ecclesiae Ratificationis as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Ratification, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Ratificationis; and

(x) Decretum Ecclesiae Interdictum as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Interdiction, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Interdictum; and

(xi) Decretum Ecclesiae Levationis as the Ecclesiastical Decree of Relief, as inherited from Decretum Divinum Levationis.

29.11
Ecclesiastical Notice (Notitiae Ecclesiae Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Ecclesiastical Notice (Notitiae Ecclesiae Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Notitiae Ecclesiae Eventus as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Event, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Eventus; and

(ii) Notitiae Ecclesiae Ius as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Right, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Ius; and

(iii) Notitiae Ecclesiae Actum as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Action, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Actum; and

(iv) Notitiae Ecclesiae Decretum as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Decree, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Decretum; and

(v) Notitiae Ecclesiae Iuris as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Law, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Iuris; and

(vi) Notitiae Ecclesiae Citationis as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Summons, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Citationis; and

(vii) Notitiae Ecclesiae Redemptio as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Redemption, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Redemptio; and

(viii) Notitiae Ecclesiae Rogatio as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Exception, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Rogatio; and

(ix) Notitiae Ecclesiae Potentis as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Authority, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Potentis; and

(x) Notitiae Ecclesiae Testamentum as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Testament, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Testamentum; and

(xi) Notitiae Ecclesiae Obligationis as the Ecclesiastical Notice of Obligation, as inherited from Notitiae Divinum Obligationis.

29.12
Sovereign Rights (Iurium Regnum) (link)

Sovereign Rights are the third sub-class of Superior Rights and the second highest possible rights of any aggregate body, society, fraternity, association or company of two or more persons personified as sovereign. All Sovereign Rights are derived from Ecclesiastical Rights and a Sovereign can never claim to be higher than Ecclesiastical Rights. There exists six categories of seventy seven (77) Superior Rights within the sub class of Sovereign Rights, being Authoritative (11), Instrumental (22), Writs (11), Bills (11), Decrees (11) and Notices (11):

(i) Authoritative Sovereign Rights (Potentis Regnum Iurium) are Ecclesiastical Rights associated with the core ecclesiastical authoritative powers; and

(ii) Instrumental Sovereign Rights (Instrumentalis Regnum Iurium) are Sovereign Rights essential to the proper administration of Sovereign Rights; and

(iii) Sovereign Writs of Rights (Recto Regnum Iurium) are Sovereign Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Original Entry and Original Action; and

(iv) Sovereign Bills of Exception (Rogatio Regnum Iurium) are Sovereign Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Bills of Exception, Citation and Moratorium; and

(v) Sovereign Decrees (Decretum Regnum Iurium) are Sovereign Rights associated with sovereign decrees concerning the administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order; and

(vi) Sovereign Notice (Notitiae Regnum Iurium) are Sovereign Rights associated with sovereign notices issued, executed, patented, promulgated and services in the proper administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order.

29.13
Authorative Sovereign Rights (Potentis Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Authoritative Sovereign Rights (Potentis Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Recto Regnum Petitionis as the Sovereign Writ of Claim of Right, as inherited from Recto Divinum Petitionis; and

(ii) Recto Regnum Originalis as the Sovereign Original Writ (of Right), as inherited from Recto Divinum Originalis; and

(iii) Recto Regnum Apocalypsis as the Sovereign Writ of Right of Revelation, as inherited from Recto Divinum Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Recto Regnum Investigationis as the Sovereign Writ of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Recto Divinum Investigationis; and

(v) Recto Regnum Capionis as the Sovereign Writ of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Recto Divinum Capionis; and

(vi) Recto Regnum Custodiae as the Sovereign Writ of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Recto Divinum Custodiae; and

(vii) Recto Regnum Documentis as the Sovereign Writ of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Divinum Documentis; and

(viii) Recto Regnum Expungo as the Sovereign Writ of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Divinum Expungo; and

(ix) Recto Regnum Abrogationis as the Sovereign Writ of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Recto Divinum Abrogationis; and

(x) Recto Regnum Interdico as the Sovereign Writ of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Recto Divinum Interdico; and

(xi) Recto Regnum Restitutio as the Sovereign Writ of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Recto Divinum Restitutio.

29.14
Instrumental Sovereign Rights (Instrumentalis Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid twenty-two (22) Instrumental Sovereign Rights (Instrumentalis Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Regnum Fidei as the Sovereign Right of Superior Sovereign Trust, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Fidei; and

(ii) Ius Regnum Fundus as the Sovereign Right of Superior Sovereign Estate, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Fundus; and

(iii) Ius Regnum Credito as the Sovereign Right of Superior Sovereign Credit, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Credito; and

(iv) Ius Regnum Definire as the Sovereign Right to Define Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Definire; and

(v) Ius Regnum Hereditatis as the Sovereign Right of Inheritance of Divine Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Hereditatis; and

(vi) Ius Regnum Concedere as the Sovereign Right to Grant Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Concedere; and

(vii) Ius Regnum Abrogare as the Sovereign Right to Annul Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Abrogare; and

(viii) Ius Regnum Delegare as the Sovereign Right to Delegate Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Delegare; and

(ix) Ius Regnum Revocare as the Sovereign Right to Revoke Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Revocare; and

(x) Ius Regnum Societas as the Sovereign Right of Association, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Societas; and

(xi) Ius Regnum Abstinendi as the Sovereign Right of Renunciation, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Abstinendi; and

(xii) Ius Regnum Consensum as the Sovereign Right to Consent, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Consensum; and

(xiii) Ius Regnum Consensu Recedere as the Sovereign Right to withdraw Consent, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Consensu Recedere; and

(xiv) Ius Regnum Dominium as the Sovereign Right of Absolute Ownership, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Dominium; and

(xv) Ius Regnum Possessionis as the Sovereign Right to Possess, Hold and Own, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Possessionis; and

(xvi) Ius Regnum Usus as the Sovereign Right of Use, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Usus; and

(xvii) Ius Regnum Usurae as the Sovereign Right of Fruits (Enjoyment) of Use, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Usurae; and

(xviii) Ius Regnum Proprietatis as the Sovereign Right of Ownership of Use or Fruits of Use, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Proprietatis; and

(xix) Ius Regnum Album as the Sovereign Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Album; and

(xx) Ius Regnum Registrum as the Sovereign Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Registrum; and

(xxi) Ius Regnum Ascriptum as the Sovereign Right of Entry into Rolls, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Ascriptum; and

(xxii) Ius Regnum Dirimere as the Sovereign Right of Dissolution of all Contracts and Obligations, as inherited from Ius Ecclesiae Dirimere.

29.15
Sovereign Writs of Rights (Recto Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Sovereign Writs of Rights (Recto Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Recto Regnum Petitionis as the Sovereign Writ of Claim of Right, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Petitionis; and

(ii) Recto Regnum Originalis as the Sovereign Original Writ (of Right), as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Originalis; and

(iii) Recto Regnum Apocalypsis as the Sovereign Writ of Right of Revelation, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Recto Regnum Investigationis as the Sovereign Writ of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Investigationis; and

(v) Recto Regnum Capionis as the Sovereign Writ of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Capionis; and

(vi) Recto Regnum Custodiae as the Sovereign Writ of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Custodiae; and

(vii) Recto Regnum Documentis as the Sovereign Writ of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Documentis; and

(viii) Recto Regnum Expungo as the Sovereign Writ of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Expungo; and

(ix) Recto Regnum Abrogationis as the Sovereign Writ of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Abrogationis; and

(x) Recto Regnum Interdico as the Sovereign Writ of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Interdico; and

(xi) Recto Regnum Restitutio as the Sovereign Writ of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Recto Ecclesiae Restitutio.

29.16
Sovereign Bills of Exception (Rogatio Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Sovereign Bills of Exception (Rogatio Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Rogatio Regnum Petitionis as the Sovereign Bill of Claim of Relief, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Petitionis; and

(ii) Rogatio Regnum Recto as the Sovereign (Original) Bill of Right, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Recto; and

(iii) Rogatio Regnum Apocalypsis as the Sovereign Bill of Rights of Revelation, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Rogatio Regnum Investigationis as the Sovereign Bill of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Investigationis; and

(v) Rogatio Regnum Capionis as the Sovereign Bill of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Capionis; and

(vi) Rogatio Regnum Custodiae as the Sovereign Bill of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Custodiae; and

(vii) Rogatio Regnum Documentis as the Sovereign Bill of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Documentis; and

(viii) Rogatio Regnum Expungo as the Sovereign Bill of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Expungo; and

(ix) Rogatio Regnum Abrogationis as the Sovereign Bill of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Abrogationis; and

(x) Rogatio Regnum Interdico as the Sovereign Bill of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Interdico; and

(xi) Rogatio Regnum Restitutio as the Sovereign Bill of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Rogatio Ecclesiae Restitutio.

29.17
Sovereign Decrees (Decretum Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Sovereign Decrees (Decretum Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Decretum Regnum Doctrinae as the Sovereign Decree of Doctrine, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Doctrinae; and

(ii) Decretum Regnum Absolutionis as the Sovereign Decree of Absolution, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Absolutionis; and

(iii) Decretum Regnum Damnationis as the Sovereign Decree of Damnation, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Damnationis; and

(iv) Decretum Regnum Exemplificatio as the Sovereign Decree of Exemplification, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Exemplificatio; and

(v) Decretum Regnum Testimonium as the Sovereign Decree of Proof, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Testimonium; and

(vi) Decretum Regnum Instructionis as the Sovereign Decree of Instruction, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Instructionis; and

(vii) Decretum Regnum Censurae as the Sovereign Decree of Censure, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Censurae; and

(viii) Decretum Regnum Annullas as the Sovereign Decree of Annulment, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Annullas; and

(ix) Decretum Regnum Ratificationis as the Sovereign Decree of Ratification, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Ratificationis; and

(x) Decretum Regnum Interdictum as the Sovereign Decree of Interdiction, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Interdictum; and

(xi) Decretum Regnum Levationis as the Sovereign Decree of Relief, as inherited from Decretum Ecclesiae Levationis.

29.18
Sovereign Notice (Notitiae Regnum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Sovereign Notice (Notitiae Regnum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Notitiae Regnum Eventus as the Sovereign Notice of Event, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Eventus; and

(ii) Notitiae Regnum Ius as the Sovereign Notice of Right, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Ius; and

(iii) Notitiae Regnum Actum as the Sovereign Notice of Action, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Actum; and

(iv) Notitiae Regnum Decretum as the Sovereign Notice of Decree, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Decretum; and

(v) Notitiae Regnum Iuris as the Sovereign Notice of Law, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Iuris; and

(vi) Notitiae Regnum Citationis as the Sovereign Notice of Summons, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Citationis; and

(vii) Notitiae Regnum Redemptio as the Sovereign Notice of Redemption, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Redemptio; and

(viii) Notitiae Regnum Rogatio as the Sovereign Notice of Exception, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Rogatio; and

(ix) Notitiae Regnum Potentis as the Sovereign Notice of Authority, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Potentis; and

(x) Notitiae Regnum Testamentum as the Sovereign Notice of Testament, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Testamentum; and

(xi) Notitiae Regnum Obligationis as the Sovereign Notice of Obligation, as inherited from Notitiae Ecclesiae Obligationis.

29.19
Official Rights (Iurium Publicum) (link)

Official Rights are the fourth sub-class of Superior Rights and the third highest possible rights of any aggregate body, society, fraternity, association or company of two or more persons personified in trust. All Official Rights are derived from Sovereign Rights and Official Rights can never be claimed to be higher than Sovereign Rights. There exists six categories of eighty eight (88) Official Rights within the class of Official Rights, being Authoritative (11), Instrumental (33), Warrants (11), Complaints (11), Orders (11) and Notices (11):

(i) Authoritative Official Rights (Potentis Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights associated with the core official authoritative powers; and

(ii) Instrumental Official Rights (Instrumentalis Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights essential to the proper administration of society; and

(iii) Official Warrants of Rights (Auctoritas Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Original Entry and Original Action; and

(iv) Official Declaration of Exception (Declarationis Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights associated with the one, true and only forms of Exception, Citation and Moratorium; and

(v) Official Orders (Iussum Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights associated with official decrees concerning the administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order; and

(vi) Official Notices (Notitiae Publicum Iurium) are Official Rights associated with official notices issued, executed, patented, promulgated and services in the proper administration, conduct and enforcement of law and order.

29.20
Authorative Official Rights (Potentis Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Authoritative Official Rights (Potentis Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Publicum Iurisdictio as the Official Right of Jurisdiction, as inherited from Ius Regnum Iurisdictio; and

(ii) Ius Publicum Potentis as the Official Right of Official Authority, as inherited from Ius Regnum Regnum; and

(iii) Ius Publicum Consilium as the Official Right of a Legislative and Advisory Authority, as inherited from Ius Regnum Consilium; and

(iv) Ius Publicum Collegium as the Official Right of a Company or Charitable Body, as inherited from Ius Regnum Collegium; and

(v) Ius Publicum Officium as the Official Right of Office, Duty and Service, as inherited from Ius Regnum Officium; and

(vi) Ius Publicum Imperium as the Official Right of Command, Occupation and Enforcement, as inherited from Ius Regnum Imperium; and

(vii) Ius Publicum Custoditum as the Official Right of Custody, Guardianship and Preservation, as inherited from Ius Regnum Custoditum; and

(viii) Ius Publicum Oratorium as the Official Right to a Competent Forum of Law and Review, as inherited from Ius Regnum Oratorium; and

(ix) Ius Publicum Actum as the Official Right of Action within (Ucadian) Time and Space, as inherited from Ius Regnum Actum; and

(x) Ius Publicum Visum as the Official Right to Survey, Visit and Audit Ucadia Bodies, as inherited from Ius Regnum Visum; and

(xi) Ius Publicum Decretum as the Official Right to issue Decree, Judgment and Edict, as inherited from Ius Regnum Decretum.

29.21
Instrumental Official Rights (Instrumentalis Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid thirty-three (33) Instrumental Official Rights (Instrumentalis Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Corpus Rusticarum as the body of Superior Agricultural Rights as defined by the Ucadia Agriculture Code, as inherited from Canonum De Lex Naturae; and

(ii) Ius Corpus Frugalitas as the body of Superior Banking Rights as defined by the Ucadia Banking Code, as inherited from Canonum De Lex Frugalitas; and

(iii) Ius Corpus Pecuniae as the body of Superior Budget and Finance Management Rights as defined by the Ucadia Budget and Finance Management Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Pecuniae; and

(iv) Ius Corpus Aedificatio as the body of Superior Building and Construction Rights as defined by the Ucadia Building and Construction Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Urbanus and Canonum De Ius Civilis; and

(v) Ius Corpus Civilis as the body of Superior Civil Rights as defined by the Ucadia Civil Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Civilis; and

(vi) Ius Corpus Publicationum as the body of Superior Communications and Media Rights as defined by the Ucadia Communications and Media Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Machinatio and Canonum De Ius Industriae; and

(vii) Ius Corpus Companio as the body of Superior Company Rights as defined by the Ucadia Company Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Companio; and

(viii) Ius Corpus Scelestus as the body of Superior Criminal Prosecution and Punishment Rights as defined by the Ucadia Criminal Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Civilis, Canonum De Ius Fidei and Canonum De Ius Administratum; and

(ix) Ius Corpus Culturae as the body of Superior Culture and Entertainment Rights as defined by the Ucadia Culture and Entertainment Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Cogitatum, Canonum De Ius Informatum and Canonum De Ius Virtus Naturae; and

(x) Ius Corpus Informatum as the body of Superior Education Rights as defined by the Ucadia Education Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Informatum; and

(xi) Ius Corpus Votum as the body of Superior Elections Rights as defined by the Ucadia Elections Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Positivum and Canonum De Ius Civilis; and

(xii) Ius Corpus Periculum as the body of Superior Emergency Rights as defined by the Ucadia Emergency Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Positivum and Canonum De Ius Civilis; and

(xiii) Ius Corpus Usus as the body of Superior Employment Rights as defined by the Ucadia Employment Code, as inherited from Canonum De Lex Frugalitas and Canonum De Ius Industriae; and

(xiv) Ius Corpus Vigoris as the body of Superior Energy Rights as defined by the Ucadia Energy Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Industriae and Canonum De Ius Machinatio; and

(xv) Ius Corpus Virtus Naturae as the body of Superior Environment Rights as defined by the Ucadia Environment Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Virtus Naturae; and

(xvi) Ius Corpus Fidei as the body of Superior Executive Rights as defined by the Ucadia Executive Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Civilis and Canonum De Ius Fidei; and

(xvii) Ius Corpus Valere as the body of Superior Fitness and Health Rights as defined by the Ucadia Fitness and Health Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Virtus Naturae and Canonum De Ius Cogitatum; and

(xviii) Ius Corpus Nutrimens Et Medicina as the body of Superior Food and Drugs Rights as defined by the Ucadia Food and Drugs Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Nutrimens Et Medicina; and

(xix) Ius Corpus Industriae as the body of Superior Industry Rights as defined by the Ucadia Industry Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Industriae; and

(xx) Ius Corpus Urbis as the body of Superior Infrastructure Rights as defined by the Ucadia Infrastructure Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Urbanus; and

(xxi) Ius Corpus Iudicalis as the body of Superior Judicial Rights as defined by the Ucadia Judicial Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Civilis and Canonum De Ius Fidei; and

(xxii) Ius Corpus Scientiae as the body of Superior Knowledge Systems Rights as defined by the Ucadia Knowledge Systems Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Informatum and Canonum De Ius Machinatio; and

(xxiii) Ius Corpus Legislativam as the body of Superior Legislative Rights as defined by the Ucadia Legislative Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Positivum; and

(xxiv) Ius Corpus Militaris as the body of Superior Military Rights as defined by the Ucadia Military Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Militaris; and

(xxv) Ius Corpus Securitas as the body of Superior Police Rights as defined by the Ucadia Police Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Securitas; and

(xxvi) Ius Corpus Salubris as the body of Superior Prevention and Sanitation Rights as defined by the Ucadia Prevention and Sanitation Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Virtus Naturae, Canonum De Ius Informatum and Canonum De Ius Machinatio; and

(xxvii) Ius Corpus Custodiae as the body of Superior Prison and Custodial Rights as defined by the Ucadia Prison Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Civilis and Canonum De Ius Fidei; and

(xxviii) Ius Corpus Fructus as the body of Superior Revenue Rights as defined by the Ucadia Revenue Code, as inherited from Canonum De Lex Frugalitas and Canonum De Ius Pecuniae; and

(xxix) Ius Corpus Administratum as the body of SuperiorService Rights as defined by the Ucadia Service Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Administratum; and

(xxx) Ius Corpus Machinatio as the body of Superior Technology Rights as defined by the Ucadia Technology Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Machinatio; and

(xxxi) Ius Corpus Adiuvare as the body of Superior Temporary Assistance Rights as defined by the Ucadia Temporary Assistance Code, as inherited from Canonum De Lex Frugalitas and Canonum De Ius Civilis; and

(xxxii) Ius Corpus Mercatus as the body of Superior Trade Rights as defined by the Ucadia Trade Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Proventum; and

(xxxiii) Ius Corpus Itineris as the body of Superior Transport & Travel Rights as defined by the Ucadia Transport & Travel Code, as inherited from Canonum De Ius Machinatio and Canonum De Ius Proventum.

29.22
Official Warrants of Rights (Auctoritas Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Official Warrants of Rights (Auctoritas Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Auctoritas Publicum Petitionis as the Official Warrant of Claim of Right, as inherited from Recto Regnum Petitionis; and

(ii) Auctoritas Publicum Originalis as the Official Warrant of Rights, as inherited from Recto Regnum Originalis; and

(iii) Auctoritas Publicum Apocalypsis as the Official Warrant of Right of Revelation, as inherited from Recto Regnum Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Auctoritas Publicum Investigationis as the Official Warrant of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Recto Regnum Investigationis; and

(v) Auctoritas Publicum Capionis as the Official Warrant of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Recto Regnum Capionis; and

(vi) Auctoritas Publicum Custodiae as the Official Warrant of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Recto Regnum Custodiae; and

(vii) Auctoritas Publicum Documentis as the Official Warrant of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Regnum Documentis; and

(viii) Auctoritas Publicum Expungo as the Official Warrant of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Recto Regnum Expungo; and

(ix) Auctoritas Publicum Abrogationis as the Official Warrant of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Recto Regnum Abrogationis; and

(x) Auctoritas Publicum Interdico as the Official Warrant of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Recto Regnum Interdico; and

(xi) Auctoritas Publicum Restitutio as the Official Warrant of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Recto Regnum Restitutio; and

29.23
Official Declaration of Exception (Declarationis Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Official Declaration of Exception (Declarationis Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Declarationis Publicum Petitionis as the Official Declaration of Relief, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Petitionis; and

(ii) Declarationis Publicum Recto as the Official Declaration of Right, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Recto; and

(iii) Declarationis Publicum Apocalypsis as the Official Declaration of Rights of Revelation, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Apocalypsis; and

(iv) Declarationis Publicum Investigationis as the Official Declaration of Inquiry and Search, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Investigationis; and

(v) Declarationis Publicum Capionis as the Official Declaration of Seizure and Return, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Capionis; and

(vi) Declarationis Publicum Custodiae as the Official Declaration of Arrest and Custody, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Custodiae; and

(vii) Declarationis Publicum Documentis as the Official Declaration of correcting Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Documentis; and

(viii) Declarationis Publicum Expungo as the Official Declaration of expunging Records of Proof, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Expungo; and

(ix) Declarationis Publicum AbAccusasnis as the Official Declaration of Annulment of Previous Laws and Instruments, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Abrogationis; and

(x) Declarationis Publicum Interdico as the Official Declaration of Prohibition and Imposition, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Interdico; and

(xi) Declarationis Publicum Restitutio as the Official Declaration of Compensation and Restoration, as inherited from Rogatio Regnum Restitutio; and

29.24
Official Orders (Iussum Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Official Orders (Iussum Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Iussum Publicum Doctrinae as the Official Order of Doctrine, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Doctrinae; and

(ii) Iussum Publicum Absolutionis as the Official Order of Absolution, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Absolutionis; and

(iii) Iussum Publicum Damnationis as the Official Order of Damnation, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Damnationis; and

(iv) Iussum Publicum Exemplificatio as the Official Order of Exemplification, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Exemplificatio; and

(v) Iussum Publicum Testimonium as the Official Order of Proof, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Testimonium; and

(vi) Iussum Publicum Instructionis as the Official Order of Instruction, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Instructionis; and

(vii) Iussum Publicum Censurae as the Official Order of Censure, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Censurae; and

(viii) Iussum Publicum Annullas as the Official Order of Annulment, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Annullas; and

(ix) Iussum Publicum Ratificationis as the Official Order of Ratification, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Ratificationis; and

(x) Iussum Publicum Interdictum as the Official Order of Interdiction, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Interdictum; and

(xi) Iussum Publicum Levationis as the Official Order of Relief, as inherited from Decretum Regnum Levationis; and

29.25
Official Notices (Notitiae Publicum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Official Notices (Notitiae Publicum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Notitiae Publicum Eventus as the Official Notice of Event, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Eventus; and

(ii) Notitiae Publicum Ius as the Official Notice of Right, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Ius; and

(iii) Notitiae Publicum Actum as the Official Notice of Action, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Actum; and

(iv) Notitiae Publicum Decretum as the Official Notice of Decree, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Decretum; and

(v) Notitiae Publicum Iuris as the Official Notice of Law, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Iuris; and

(vi) Notitiae Publicum Citationis as the Official Notice of Summons, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Citationis; and

(vii) Notitiae Publicum Redemptio as the Official Notice of Redemption, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Redemption; and

(viii) Notitiae Publicum Rogatio as the Official Notice of Exception, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Rogatio; and

(ix) Notitiae Publicum Potentis as the Official Notice of Authority, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Potentis; and

(x) Notitiae Publicum Testamentum as the Official Notice of Testament, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Testamentum; and

(xi) Notitiae Publicum Obligationis as the Official Notice of Obligation, as inherited from Notitiae Regnum Obligationis.

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Administrative Rights (Iurium Administrationis) (link)

Administrative Rights are the fourth sub-class of Superior Rights and the third highest possible rights of any aggregate body, society, fraternity, association or company of two or more persons personified in trust. All Administrative Rights are derived from Official Rights and an Administrator and Agent can never claim to be higher than Official Rights. There exists two categories of seventy seven (44) Superior Rights within the sub class of Administrative Rights, being Authoritative (11) and Instrumental (33):

(i) Authoritative Administrative Rights (Potentis Administrationis Iurium) are Administrative Rights associated with the core administrative authoritative powers; and

(ii) Instrumental Administrative Rights (Instrumentalis Administrationis Iurium) are Administrative Rights essential to the proper administration of Administrative Rights.

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Authorative Administrative Rights (Potentis Administrationis Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Authoritative Administrative Rights (Potentis Administrationis Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Administrationis Iurisdictio as the Administrative Right of Jurisdiction, as inherited from Ius Publicum Iurisdictio; and

(ii) Ius Administrationis Potentis as the Administrative Right of Administrative Authority, as inherited from Ius Publicum Potentis; and

(iii) Ius Administrationis Consilium as the Administrative Right of a Legislative and Advisory Authority, as inherited from Ius Publicum Consilium; and

(iv) Ius Administrationis Collegium as the Administrative Right of a Company or Charitable Body, as inherited from Ius Publicum Collegium; and

(v) Ius Administrationis Officium as the Administrative Right of Office, Duty and Service, as inherited from Ius Publicum Officium; and

(vi) Ius Administrationis Imperium as the Administrative Right of Command, Occupation and Enforcement, as inherited from Ius Publicum Imperium; and

(vii) Ius Administrationis Custoditum as the Administrative Right of Custody, Guardianship and Preservation, as inherited from Ius Publicum Custoditum; and

(viii) Ius Administrationis Oratorium as the Administrative Right to a Competent Forum of Law and Review, as inherited from Ius Publicum Oratorium; and

(ix) Ius Administrationis Actum as the Administrative Right of Action within (Ucadian) Time and Space, as inherited from Ius Publicum Actum; and

(x) Ius Administrationis Visum as the Administrative Right to Survey, Visit and Audit Ucadia Bodies, as inherited from Ius Publicum Visum; and

(xi) Ius Administrationis Decretum as the Administrative Right to issue Decree, Judgment and Edict, as inherited from Ius Publicum Decretum.

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Instrumental Administrative Rights (Instrumentalis Administrationis Iurium) (link)

The following valid thirty-three (33) Instrumental Administrative Rights (Instrumentalis Administrationis Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Administrationis Fidei as the Administrative Right of Superior Administrative Trust, as inherited from Ius Regnum Fidei; and

(ii) Ius Administrationis Fundus as the Administrative Right of Superior Administrative Estate, as inherited from Ius Regnum Fundus; and

(iii) Ius Administrationis Credito as the Administrative Right of Superior Administrative Credit, as inherited from Ius Regnum Credito; and

(iv) Ius Administrationis Definire as the Administrative Right to Define Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Definire; and

(v) Ius Administrationis Hereditatis as the Administrative Right of Inheritance of Divine Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Hereditatis; and

(vi) Ius Administrationis Concedere as the Administrative Right to Grant Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Concedere; and

(vii) Ius Administrationis Abrogare as the Administrative Right to Annul Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Abrogare; and

(viii) Ius Administrationis Delegare as the Administrative Right to Delegate Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Delegare; and

(ix) Ius Administrationis Revocare as the Administrative Right to Revoke Superior Rights, as inherited from Ius Regnum Revocare; and

(x) Ius Administrationis Societas as the Administrative Right of Association, as inherited from Ius Regnum Societas; and

(xi) Ius Administrationis Abstinendi as the Administrative Right of Renunciation, as inherited from Ius Regnum Abstinendi; and

(xii) Ius Administrationis Consensum as the Administrative Right to Consent, as inherited from Ius Regnum Consensum; and

(xiii) Ius Administrationis Consensu Recedere as the Administrative Right to withdraw Consent, as inherited from Ius Regnum Consensu Recedere; and

(xiv) Ius Administrationis Dominium as the Administrative Right of Absolute Ownership, as inherited from Ius Regnum Dominium; and

(xv) Ius Administrationis Possessionis as the Administrative Right to Possess, Hold and Own, as inherited from Ius Regnum Possessionis; and

(xvi) Ius Administrationis Usus as the Administrative Right of Use, as inherited from Ius Regnum Usus; and

(xvii) Ius Administrationis Usurae as the Administrative Right of Fruits (Enjoyment) of Use, as inherited from Ius Regnum Usurae; and

(xviii) Ius Administrationis Proprietatis as the Administrative Right of Ownership of Use or Fruits of Use, as inherited from Ius Regnum Proprietatis; and

(xix) Ius Administrationis Album as the Administrative Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Regnum Album; and

(xx) Ius Administrationis Registrum as the Administrative Right to Records, Registers and Rolls, as inherited from Ius Regnum Registrum; and

(xxi) Ius Administrationis Ascriptum as the Administrative Right of Entry into Rolls, as inherited from Ius Regnum Ascriptum; and

(xxii) Ius Administrationis Dirimere as the Administrative Right of Dissolution of all Contracts and Obligations, as inherited from Ius Regnum Dirimere; and

(xxiii) Litterae Administrationis Doctrinae as the Administrative Letter of Doctrine, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Doctrinae; and

(xxiv) Litterae Administrationis Absolutionis as the Administrative Letter of Absolution, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Absolutionis; and

(xxv) Litterae Administrationis Damnationis as the Administrative Letter of Damnation, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Damnationis; and

(xxvi) Litterae Administrationis Exemplificatio as the Administrative Letter of Exemplification, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Exemplificatio; and

(xxvii) Litterae Administrationis Testimonium as the Administrative Letter of Proof, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Testimonium; and

(xxviii) Litterae Administrationis Instructionis as the Administrative Letter of Instruction, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Instructionis; and

(xxix) Litterae Administrationis Censurae as the Administrative Letter of Censure, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Censurae; and

(xxx) Litterae Administrationis Annullas as the Administrative Letter of Annulment, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Annullas; and

(xxxi) Litterae Administrationis Ratificationis as the Administrative Letter of Ratification, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Ratificationis; and

(xxxii) Litterae Administrationis Interdictum as the Administrative Letter of Interdiction, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Interdictum; and

(xxxiii) Litterae Administrationis Levationis as the Administrative Letter of Relief, as inherited from Iussum Publicum Levationis.

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Member Rights (Iurium Membrum) (link)

Member Rights are the fourth sub-class of Superior Rights and the third highest possible rights of any aggregate body, society, fraternity, association or company of two or more persons personified in trust. All Official Rights are derived from Sovereign Rights and an Official can never claim to be higher than Sovereign Rights. There exists three categories of thirty-nine (39) Superior Rights within the sub class of Member Rights, being Authoritative (11), Legal (22) and Special (6):

(i) Authoritative Member Rights (Potentis Membrum Iurium) are Member Rights associated with the essential authoritative powers of members of any valid society; and

(ii) Legal Member Rights (Legitimus Membrum Iurium) are Member Rights essential to the proper administration of justice of any valid society; and

(ii) Special Member Rights (Proprius Membrum Iurium) are Critical Member Rights essential to democracy and the restoration of the Golden Rule of Law in the event of corruption, collapse of justice or the rise of tyranny.

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Authorative Member Rights (Potentis Membrum Iurium) (link)

The following valid eleven (11) Authoritative Member Rights (Potentis Membrum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Membrum Sodalis as the Superior Right of Equal Membership of Society, as inherited from Ius Divinum Sodalis; and

(ii) Ius Membrum Nascendi Societas as the Superior Right to be recognized as a member of the society into which one was born, as inherited from Ius Naturale Nascendi Societas; and

(iii) Ius Membrum Petitoris as the Superior Right to be a candidate for election for office in democratic process of Society, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(iv) Ius Membrum Votum as the Superior Right to vote and participate in democratic processes of Society, as inherited from Ius Naturale Aequum; and

(v) Ius Membrum Perfungor as the Superior Right to Perform or refuse to Perform (Work), as inherited from Ius Naturale Perfungor; and

(vi) Ius Membrum Possessionis as the Superior Right to possess, hold and own society property, as inherited from Ius Naturale Possessionis; and

(vii) Ius Membrum Proprietatis as the Superior Right of Ownership of use or fruits of use of society property, as inherited from Ius Naturale Proprietatis; and

(viii) Ius Membrum Commercium as the Superior Right to Trade, Exchange and engage in Commerce, as inherited from Ius Divinum Commercium; and

(ix) Ius Membrum Solutionis Perfungor as the Superior Right to receive fair payment in exchange for fruits, energy, results and product of ones performance, work and effort, as inherited from Ius Naturale Solutionis Perfungor; and

(x) Ius Membrum Defendum Iuris as the Superior Right to defend a right, as inherited from Ius Naturale Defendum Iuris; and

(xi) Ius Membrum Agendi Iuris as the Superior Right to take action to recover a right, as inherited from Ius Naturale Agendi Iuris.

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Legal Member Rights (Legitimus Membrum Iurium) (link)

The following valid twenty-two (22) Legal Member Rights (Legitimus Membrum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant:

(i) Ius Membrum Accusare as the Superior Right to accuse another of a transgression, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(ii) Ius Membrum Accusationis Sciri as the Superior Right to know the accuser and accusations, as inherited from Ius Naturale Accusationis Sciri; and

(iii) Ius Membrum Defensionis as the Superior Right to defend against any accusation and accuser, as inherited from Ius Naturale Defensionis; and

(iv) Ius Membrum Innocentiae as the Superior Right of Innocence until accusation proven, as inherited from Ius Naturale Innocentiae; and

(v) Ius Membrum Leges Sciri as the Superior Right that all rules (laws) be known and none secret, as inherited from Ius Naturale Veritas and Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(vi) Ius Membrum Vocatio as the Superior Right to summons all parties to a competent forum of law to resolve a controversy, as inherited from Ius Divinum Aequum and Ius Naturale Veritas; and

(vii) Ius Membrum Vacuum et Perpurgatum as the Superior Right of rendering a claimed record or entry “void”, empty and thoroughly purged (cleansed) upon a false or fraudulent or erroneous registration, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(viii) Ius Membrum Prendi as the Superior Right to arrest a suspect on warrant or good cause for the purpose of serving an indictment and summons, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(ix) Ius Membrum Teneam as the Superior Right to detain a party associated with a controversy if good cause exists they be a risk of non-appearance or committing further controversies, as inherited from Ius Naturale Veritas and Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(x) Ius Membrum Defensionis Tempus as the Superior Right for sufficient time to prepare defense, as inherited from Ius Naturale Veritas and Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xi) Ius Membrum Oratorium as the Superior Right for matters to be heard in competent forum of law, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xii) Ius Membrum Propria Persona as the Superior Right to defend or accuse as oneself, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xiii) Ius Membrum Agens as the Superior Right to appoint an agent, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xiv) Ius Membrum Agens Recissum as the Superior Right to annul, abolish, cancel, revoke, repeal and rescind any agency appointment and powers, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xv) Ius Membrum Iudicium as the Superior Right for a matter to be decided by a jury of peers, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xvi) Ius Membrum Tribunal as the Superior Right for a matter to be decided by a competent tribunal, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xvii) Ius Membrum Bonum Fidei as the Superior Right for a matter to be decided in Good Trust (Under Oath), as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xviii) Ius Membrum Sine Praeiudicium as the Superior Right for a matter to be decided without Prejudice, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xix) Ius Membrum Mundis Manibus as the Superior Right for a matter to be decided with Clean Hands, as inherited from Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xx) Ius Membrum Pretium as the Superior Right to give notice of fees, fines, costs against any breaches, defaults, injuries and acts of offense and bad faith, as inherited from Ius Naturale Honoris and Ius Naturale Iuris; and

(xxi) Ius Membrum Nullum Validum Iudicium as the Superior Right of rendering “invalid” a false or fraudulent or erroneous judgment, as inherited from Ius Naturale Nullum Validum Iudicium; and

(xxii) Ius Membrum Compensationis as the Superior Right to be compensated for injury to proven accusation or harm o false accusation, as inherited from Ius Naturale Honoris and Ius Naturale Iuris.

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Special Member Rights (Proprius Membrum Iurium) (link)

The following valid six (6) Special Member Rights (Proprius Membrum Iurium) are recognized in accord with the present Covenant subject to the special and limited conditions of their use:

(i) Ius Populi Jurisdictio as the Divine Right of the People to envoke absolute and supreme rights on Earth to form the six Unions of Africans Union, Americas Union, Arabian Union, Asia Union, Euro Union and Oceanic Union, as inherited from Ius Populi Jurisdictio; and

(ii) Ius Populi Ecclesia as the Divine Right of the people to form the new Ecclesiastical and Religious Bodies of One Christ, One Islam and One Spirit, as inherited from Ius Divinum Ecclesia; and

(iii) Ius Populi Revocare as the Divine Right of people to Revoke, Suspend Rights in face of tyranny, injustice and corruption, as inherited from Ius Divinum Revocare; and

(iv) Ius Populi Decretum as the Divine Right of people to issue Decree, Judgment and Edict, in the face of absolute Tyranny, Contempt for the Rule of Law or Justice, as inherited from Ius Divinum Decretum; and

(v) Ius Populi Imperium as the Divine Right of people to Command, Occupation and Enforcement its orders, in the face of absolute Tyranny, Contempt for the Rule of Law or Justice, as inherited from Ius Divinum Imperium; and

(vi) Ius Populi Custoditum as the Divine Right of people as Custodians and Guardians of Rights and Golden Rule of Law, as inherited from Ius Divinum Custoditum.

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Inferior Rights (link)

Inferior Rights are the fourth class and the lowest possible form of Rights corresponding to Inferior Trusts, Inferior Estates and Inferior Persons, such as Western-Roman Trusts and Roman Persons. Inferior Rights owe their existence to non-Ucadian societies, persons, corporations, associations, bodies politic, agencies or aggregates. All Superior Rights are greater than Inferior Rights. Where an Inferior Right makes claim to being superior, it is automatically invalid upon such falsity. There exists two sub-classes (Primary and Secondary) and four categories of Inferior Rights, being Primary Personal, Primary Public, Secondary Protective and Secondary Remedial:

(i) A Primary Personal Inferior Right is an Inferior Right associated as a capacity, or privilege, or liberty, or faculty, or power possessed by a certain class of persons or specifically named person, where such claimed rights have been created without necessarily referencing valid rights already existing; and

(ii) A Primary Public Inferior Right is an Inferior Right associated with those rights held by the community in general, or by virtue of relations between members of the community, where such claimed rights have been created without necessarily referencing valid rights already existing; and

(iii) A Secondary Protective Inferior Right is an Inferior Right associated with a Primary Inferior Right that is claimed to exist in order to prevent the infringement or loss of such Primary Inferior Rights; and

(iv) A Secondary Remedial Inferior Right is an Inferior Right associated with a Primary Inferior Right that is claimed to exist in order to obtain restitution for any losses incurred upon one or more breaches of claimed Primary Inferior Rights or the enforcement of performance of one or more Primary Inferior Rights.

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Primary Personal Inferior Rights (link)

Primary Personal Inferior Rights are Inferior Rights associated as a capacity, or privilege, or liberty, or faculty, or power possessed by a certain class of persons or specifically named person, where such claimed rights have been created without necessarily referencing valid rights already existing.

As such claimed rights (1) fail to provide any valid provenance to valid Divine Rights; and (2) fail to properly articulate their legitimacy and function in relation to other pre-existing claimed inferior rights; and (3) owe their existence to non-Ucadian societies, persons, corporations, associations, bodies politic, agencies or aggregates; then all such claimed rights are not properly rights, or enforceable rights, but merely claims of right.

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Primary Public Inferior Rights (link)

Primary Public Inferior Rights are Inferior Rights associated with those rights held by the community in general, or by virtue of relations between members of the community, where such claimed rights have been created without necessarily referencing valid rights already existing.

As such claimed rights (1) fail to provide any valid provenance to valid Divine Rights; and (2) fail to properly articulate their legitimacy and function in relation to other pre-existing claimed inferior rights; and (3) owe their existence to non-Ucadian societies, persons, corporations, associations, bodies politic, agencies or aggregates; then all such claimed rights are not properly rights, or enforceable rights, but merely claims of right.

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Secondary Inferior Rights (link)

Secondary Protective Inferior Right are Inferior Rights associated with Primary Inferior Right where it is claimed they exist in order to prevent the infringement or loss of such Primary Inferior Rights.

Secondary Remedial Inferior Rights are Inferior Rights associated with Primary Inferior Rights where it is claimed they exist in order to obtain restitution for any losses incurred upon one or more breaches of claimed Primary Inferior Rights or the enforcement of performance of one or more Primary Inferior Rights.

As such claimed secondary inferior rights (1) owe their existence and claimed legitimacy to primary inferior rights; and (2) such claimed primary inferior rights are not properly rights, or enforceable rights, but merely claims of right; then all secondary protective inferior rights are ipso facto illegitimate, having no proper force or effect under any valid form of law.