A Royal Kiss A Royal Kiss
Court Date: 8/17/2013 (Court #1)
Event Name: St Radegund's Arts and Science Faire
Presenting Royalty: Morgan II and Lusche II
Court of Morgan II and Lusche II held at St. Radegunds Fair, Aug 17, 2013, AS 48 in the Shire of Rivenwood Tower, Petranella Herald, Ivetta Signet

Scribal Highlight - Mistress Kateryn of the Amber Mists

The following law changes were read into court

Intent:  Removeprohibition for same gender Baron/ess

From:

VIII-300

Theterm “Baron” refers to the male gender. The term “Baroness” refers to thefemale gender. No two members of the same gender may be appointed as Baron andBaroness.

 

 To:

VIII-300

The term “Baron” refers to the malegender. The term “Baroness” refers to the female gender. 

 

 Intent: Allow for language that does notdiscriminate by gender in referring to Kingdom Royalty

 

From:

Royalty

I-100

The “Royalty” of Northshield consists ofthe Royal Sovereign, the Royal Consort, the Crown Prince, and the CrownPrincess.

The “Sovereign” or “Royal Sovereign” isthe winner of the Crown Tournament, who has been crowned with the title of Kingor Queen.

The “Consort” or “Royal Consort” is theperson who was fought for in the Crown Tournament, who has been crowned withthe title of Queen or King.

The “Crown” is the Sovereign andConsort, acting together.

“Crown Prince” and “Crown Princess” arethe winner and the winner’s consort of the most recent Crown Tournament, whohave not yet been crowned with the title of King or Queen.  … 

 

 To:

Royalty

I-100

The “Royalty” of Northshield consists ofthe Royal Sovereign, the Royal Consort, the Heirand the Heir’s Consort, 

The “Sovereign” or “Royal Sovereign” isthe winner of the Crown Tournament, who has been crowned with the title of Kingor Queen.

The “Consort” or “Royal Consort” is theperson who was fought for in the Crown Tournament, who has been crowned withthe title of Queen or King.

The “Crown” is the Sovereign andConsort, acting together.

The Heir and the Heir’s Consort are the winner and the winner’sconsort of the most recent Crown Tournament, who have not yet been crowned withthe title of King or Queen. Theymay be known by the title of Crown Prince and/or Crown Princess. References to the Crown Prince andPrincess in this document refer to the Heir and the Heir’s Consort. … 

Intent:  Make the WebMinister a Greater Officer of the Kingdom

Add theweb minister to the list of “Great Officers” of the Kingdom in I-260:

 I-260

The “Great Officers” of the Kingdom are:

The Kingdom Seneschal,

The Kingdom Herald,

The Kingdom Earl Marshal,

The Kingdom Chancellor of the Exchequer,

The Kingdom Chronicler,

The Kingdom Minister of Arts andSciences

The Kingdom Chirurgeon, and

The Web Minister.

 

Remove V-3600, the definition of theWeb Minister from the list of lesser officers:

Remove the Web Minister from the list ofLesser Officers under Chronicler

And insert:

 V-2650 – The WebMinister

The Web Minister is responsible formaintaining the Northshield web site. 

Remove subjective activity level requirement

From:

III-900

All prospective combatants and theirconsorts must meet the minimum criteria in the Governing Documents, as well asthe following requirements:

1.   Each must be a member of theSociety for Creative Anachronism and have access to the Northwatch at their placeof residence.

2.   Each must have been a subjectof Northshield for one year immediately before the Crown Tournament and be ableto demonstrate a reasonable level of participation in diverse activities inNorthshield during that period.

3.   All prospective combatants andtheir consorts must be acceptable to the Presiding Royalty.

4.   No one under 18 years old mayfight or be fought for in a Crown Tournament.

5.   No member of the Royalty mayeither fight or be fought for in a Crown Tournament.

To:

III-900

All prospective combatants and theirconsorts must meet the minimum criteria in the Governing Documents, as well asthe following requirements:

1.   Each must be a member of theSociety for Creative Anachronism and have access to the Northwatch at their placeof residence.

2.   Each must have been a subjectof Northshield for one year immediately before the Crown Tournament 

3.   All prospective combatants andtheir consorts must be acceptable to the Presiding Royalty.

4.   No one under 18 years old mayfight or be fought for in a Crown Tournament.

5.   No member of the Royalty mayeither fight or be fought for in a Crown Tournament. 



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