1925Re: Letter of Intent
- Jan 30, 2008Thanks for the response, Master Christian. I have to dig through more
than enough statutory law in the course of my day job, and I really
didn't feel like having to do it in my fun time too... haha.
-Wolfram von Waldersbach
"Voca me cum benedictis"
Archery Marshal of the Shire of the Grey Gargoyles
Autocrat - Stone Dog Inn V
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wird- Wurst und Politik"- Otto von Bismarck
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, Christian Fournier <cf@...> wrote:
> > For the voting in creating a Barony, does it have to be simple
> > majority or a super majority?
> It has to be the will of the Crown.
> It sounds flip, I realize, but it's important to recognize that
> entire polling process is just there to advise the Crown as to the
> desires of the Populace. The Crown then makes the decision on how
> the groups are structured. So, to address your question, it's
> impossible to say what degree of majority is needed, since the
> makes its own judgement.
> That said, there are several things that are clear from the
> Transitions document and from Kingdom Law: First, the populace
> doesn't get to see the results of the poll: those are sent to the
> Kingdom Seneschal and the Crown.
> Second, from Kingdom Law, "Existing groups shall not be permitted
> division or advancement which will foster a schism or
> factionalization of a political nature in the resident
> It's my hope and belief that we're currently all able to
> fundamentally work together in a reasonable fashion, regardless of
> the structure of the groups.
> Finally, "No Baron/Baroness will be appointed over the substantial
> objection of the populace." Note that this is in regards to the
> selection of the specific people who end up serving as Baron and
> Hope this helps,
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