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					Act 56 (Orders of Chivalry)

   1. Act 41, Laws 2-5 and Act 6, Law 6 are now irrelevant. There are four Orders
      of Chivalry (in order with highest first):
          a. The Glorious Order of St. John
          b. The Order of the Bullmastiff
          c. The Austenasian Order
          d. The Order of the Crown Prince
   2. Only the Emperor can bestow entry into these Orders to someone, except in
      the case of the Order of the Crown Prince. Only the Crown Prince/Princess
      can enter someone into the Order of the Crown Prince.
   3. The Order of the Crown Prince will change it’s name to the Order of the
      Crown Princess if there is a Crown Princess, and vice versa.
   4. Entry into the Glorious Order of St. John or the Order of the Bullmastiff is at
      the Emperor’s absolute discretion. Entry into the Austenasian Order should be
      for accomplishing a good deed towards the Empire or to humanity. Entry into
      the Order of the Crown Prince is at the absolute discretion of the Crown
      Prince/Princess.
   5. There are three grades of knighthood in the Glorious Order of St. John:
          a. The highest knighthood that can be awarded is the Knight Companion.
              They must be male and there can be no more than twelve Knight
              Companions at a time. Knight Companions have the title Sir
              Forename Surname, KCJ.
          b. The second highest knighthood in the Glorious Order of St. John is the
              Knight/Dame of Piety/Grace/Honour. The Emperor will choose which
              of the three types the knight will receive, or the knight him/herself
              may choose. Knights/Dames of Piety/Grace/Honour have the title
              Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KPJ/KGJ/KHJ/DPJ/DGJ/DHJ.
          c. The third highest knighthood in the Glorious Order of St. John is the
              Knight/Dame of Virtue/Justice. The Emperor will choose which of the
              two types the knight will receive, or the knight him/herself may
              choose. Knights/Dames of Virtue/Justice have the title Sir/Dame
              Forename Surname, KVJ/KJJ/DVJ/DJJ.
   6. The Sovereign of the Glorious Order of St. John is the Emperor. The motto of
      the Glorious Order of St. John is crux nostra corona.
   7. There are four grades of knighthood in the Order of the Bullmastiff:
          a. The highest is the Knight/Dame of Carothan. There must be a Knight
              of Carothan and a Dame of Carothan whenever possible. There can
              only be two people with this knighthood. Knights/Dames of Carothan
              have the title Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KOC/DOC.
          b. The second highest is the Knight/Dame of Rose. There must be at
              least one Knight of Rose and at least one Dame of Rose whenever
              possible. There can only be four people with this knighthood.
              Knights/Dames of Rose have the title Sir/Dame Forename Surname,
              KOR/DOR.
          c. The third highest is the Knight/Dame of Molossers. There must be at
              least one Knight of Molossers and at least one Dame of Molossers
              whenever possible. There can only be six people with this knighthood.
            Knights/Dames of Molossers have the title Sir/Dame Forename
            Surname, KOM/DOM.
        d. The fourth highest is the Knight/Dame of Loyalty. Knights/Dames of
            Loyalty have the title Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KOL/DOL
8. The Sovereign of the Order of the Bullmastiff is the Emperor. The motto of
    the Order of the Bullmastiff is ex amicitia pax.
9. There are five grades in the Austenasian Order, the first two being
    knighthoods:
        a. The highest is the Imperial Knight/Dame of the Austenasian Order.
            Imperial Knights/Dames have the title Sir/Dame Forename Surname,
            IKA/DKA.
        b. The second highest is the Knight/Dame Commander of the
            Austenasian Order. Knight/Dame Commanders have the title
            Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KCA/DCA.
        c. The third highest is the Commander of the Austenasian Order.
            Commanders have the title Forename Surname, CAO.
        d. The fourth highest is the Officer of the Austenasian Order. Officers
            have the title Forename Surname, OAO.
        e. The fifth highest is the Member of the Austenasian Order. Members
            have the title Forename Surname, MAO.
10. Although Commanders, Officers and Members of the Austenasian Order have
    received an honour, they cannot call themselves knights.
11. The Sovereign of the Austenasian Order is the Emperor. The motto of the
    Austenasian Order is fortitudo, misericordia et patria.
12. There are five grades in the Order of the Crown Prince, the first four being
    knighthoods:
        a. The highest is the Supreme Dame Companion of the Crown Prince.
            They must be female and there can be no more than one Supreme
            Dame Companion of the Crown Prince at one time. Supreme Dame
            Companions have the title Supreme Dame Forename Surname, SDCP.
        b. The second highest is the Knight/Dame Protector of the Crown Prince.
            There can be no more than twelve Knight/Dame Protectors of the
            Crown Prince at one time. Knight/Dame Protectors have the title
            Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KPP/DPP.
        c. The third highest is the Knight/Dame Companion of the Crown
            Prince. There can be no more than sixteen Knight/Dame Companions
            of the Crown Prince at one time. Knight/Dame Companions have the
            title Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KCCP/DCCP.
        d. The fourth highest in the Order of the Crown Prince is the
            Knight/Dame of the Crown Prince. Knights/Dames of the Crown
            Prince have the title Sir/Dame Forename Surname, KCP/DCP.
        e. The fifth highest is Squire of the Crown Prince. Squires of the Crown
            Prince have the title Forename Surname, SCP.
13. Although Squires of the Crown Prince have received an honour, they cannot
    call themselves knights.
14. The Sovereign of the Order of the Crown Prince is the Crown Prince himself.
    The motto of the Order of the Crown Prince is ex amore gaudium.
15. Some knighthoods are equal to each other. This is the list of knighthoods,
    highest first:
a. The Knight Companion of the Glorious Order of St. John and the
   Supreme Dame Companion of the Crown Prince are equal to each
   other.
b. The Knight/Dame of Piety/Grace/Honour of the Glorious Order of St.
   John and the Knight/Dame of Carothan are equal to each other.
c. The Knight/Dame of Virtue/Justice of the Glorious Order of St. John.
d. The Knight/Dame of Rose and the Imperial Knight/Dame of the
   Austenasian Order are equal to each other.
e. The Knight/Dame of Molossers, the Knight/Dame Commander of the
   Austenasian Order and the Knight/Dame Protector of the Crown
   Prince are equal to each other.
f. The Knight/Dame of Loyalty and the Knight/Dame Companion of the
   Crown Prince are equal to each other.
g. The Knight/Dame of the Crown Prince.
h. The Commander of the Austenasian Order.
i. The Officer of the Austenasian Order and the Squire of the Crown
   Prince are equal to each other.
j. The Member of the Austenasian Order.

				
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