Canonum De Ius Administratum Canons of Administrative Law

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Table of Content Table of Content I. Introductory Provisions
1.1 Introductory Provisions 1.2 Concepts
Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 1 - Canons of Administrative Law Article 2 - Administrative Law 3 - Administration 4 - Principal 5 - Agent 6 - Warrant 7 - Immunity 8 - Limited Liability 9 - Interpretation 10 - Presumption 11 - Act 12 - Delivery 13 - Contract 14 - Procedure 15 - Performance 16 - Regulation 17 - Arbitration 18 - Tort

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II. Agency
2.1 Agency
Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 -

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7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

2.2 Franchise

Agency Obligations of Agency Classification of Agency Independence of Agency Franchise Franchisor Franchisee Franchisee Rights Franchisee Obligations

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III. Agent
Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 -

3.1 Position
Position Assignment Obligation Rights of Position Authority of Position Status Character Infamy Redemption Contract Recognition Repudiation Independent Contractor

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34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

3.2 Contract

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3.3 Employment

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IV. Policy

Article 41 - Employment Article 42 - Employer Article 43 - Employee

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1 Form of Action Article 72 .2 Cause of Action 85 7.Form of Action Article 74 .1 Procedures Article Article Article Article 58 59 60 61 - 66 66 66 67 68 69 VI. Procedures 5.2 Delivery 60 V.Action Article 73 .3 Effect of Action 93 7. Action Enforcement Extraordinary Process Apprehension Command Coercion Ordinary Process Arrest Seizure Demand Distraint 7.4 Remedy to Action 100 Article 90 .1 Policy Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 Policy Regulation Public Policy Private Policy Agenda Formulation Adoption Implementation Evaluation Delivery Service Proof of Service Public Notice Constructive Notice 51 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 4. Enforcement 6.Remedy to Action Article 91 .Appeal 100 101 .Original Writ Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 Cause of Action Prosecution Arrest Arraignment Attendance Defense Disclosure Jury Effect of Action Sentence Culpability Imprisonment Bond Innocence Pardon 82 82 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 7.4.1 Regulation Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 - Procedures Order of Action Minutes Rules of Order 71 71 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 VII.

Appeal 103 101 103 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 .VIII. Arbitration 8.1 Arbitration Article Article Article Article Article Article Article Article 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Arbitration Negotiation Confidentiality Hearing Prehearing Discovery Decision Settlements Article 91 .

and vii. When part or all of these laws as presented or spoken in any language other than the Official Ucadian Languages. Therefore. When referring to these Canons of Administrative Law collectively it may also be taken that the primary and original form of these laws resides as a supernatural spiritual document registered in Heaven first and a physical document registered in the Great Register and Public Record of One Heaven upon the Earth second. also known as Living Body of Divine Canon Law and the highest of all Original Law. the Society of One Heaven also known as the One Heaven Society of United Spirits. The Canonum De Ius Administratum represents the primary. . Natural Law and the Living Law upon denying the validity of these canons of law. from which it derives its spiritual power and authenticity. reviews and formal texts. official instruments of a related society. Having been warned. claims and agreements claiming standards of Administrative Law shall be secondary and inferior to the Canonum De Ius Administratum ab initio (from the beginning). As it is written. it may be taken as a translation and not the primary language. and ii. Let no man. spirit or officer of a lesser society place themselves in grave dishonor of Divine Law. it shall be bound to its spiritual form. all other laws. and iv.I. and viii. any act in defiance of these laws shall have no effect and any spiritual invocation in opposition to the validity of these laws shall be immediately returned upon the maker. quotation of six or less canons.Canons of Administ rat ive Law i. and ix. When referring to these Canons of Administrative Law collectively it may also be taken both in printed form and spoken word that we mean this complete and accurate set of laws as the highest of all Original Law. also known as The Holy Society reserves all rights to itself. claimed abrogation of any right or any other defect of a word in a translated language shall be null and void ab initio (from the beginning). Power and Authority of Article ninety seven (97) of Pactum De Singularis Caelum. except for citation. and v. woman. As all rights are reserved.1 Introductory Provisions Art icle 1 . also known as the Covenant of One Heaven these pronouncements of law known collectively as Canonum De Ius Administratum and also known as the Canons of Administrative Law are hereby promulgated in the original form of Ucadian Language. any secondary meaning implying deficiency. and iii. By Right. one and only true first canon of Administrative Law. Therefore. In accordance with these Canons of Administrative Law. so be it. These Canons of Administrative Law may be taken in official original document form and spoken form to represent one complete set of the twenty-two (22) Canons of law known collectively as Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum. no one is permitted to reprint any part of all of these laws or to translate it into another language. wherever an official and valid form of these laws is present in physical form. Introductory Provisions 1. also known as the Holy See of United Spirits. and vi. Excluding the Covenant of One Heaven.

Art icle 2 .Administ rat ive Law .

Administ rat ion .2 Concepts Art icle 3 .1.

Art icle 4 .Principal .

Art icle 5 .Agent .

Art icle 6 .Warrant .

Immunit y .Art icle 7 .

Limit ed Liabilit y .Art icle 8 .

Int erpret at ion .Art icle 9 .

Art icle 10 .Presumpt ion .

Act .Art icle 11 .

Art icle 12 .Delivery .

Art icle 13 .Cont ract .

Art icle 14 .Procedure .

Performance .Art icle 15 .

Art icle 16 .Regulat ion .

Arbit rat ion .Art icle 17 .

Art icle 18 .Tort .

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1 Agency Art icle 19 .Agency .II. Agency 2.

Art icle 20 .Obligat ions of Agency .

Classificat ion of Agency .Art icle 21 .

Independence of Agency .Art icle 22 .

Franchise .2 Franchise Art icle 23 .2.

Franchisor .Art icle 24 .

Art icle 25 .Franchisee .

Art icle 26 .Franchisee Right s .

Art icle 27 .Franchisee Obligat ions .

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Posit ion .1 Position Art icle 28 . Agent 3.III.

Art icle 29 .Assignment .

Obligat ion .Art icle 30 .

Art icle 31 .Right s of Posit ion .

Aut horit y of Posit ion .Art icle 32 .

Art icle 33 .St at us .

Art icle 34 .Charact er .

Infamy .Art icle 35 .

Art icle 36 .Redempt ion .

2 Contract Art icle 37 .3.Cont ract .

Recognit ion .Art icle 38 .

Repudiat ion .Art icle 39 .

Art icle 40 - Independent Cont ract or

3.3 Employment
Art icle 41 - Employment

Art icle 42 - Employer

Employee .Art icle 43 .

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Policy . Policy 4.IV.1 Policy Art icle 44 .

Art icle 45 .Regulat ion .

Public Policy .Art icle 46 .

Privat e Policy .Art icle 47 .

Agenda .Art icle 48 .

Formulat ion .Art icle 49 .

Art icle 50 .Adopt ion .

Implement at ion .Art icle 51 .

Evaluat ion .Art icle 52 .

4.2 Delivery Art icle 53 .Delivery .

Service .Art icle 54 .

Art icle 55 .Proof of Service .

Art icle 56 .Public Not ice .

Const ruct ive Not ice .Art icle 57 .

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Procedures . Procedures 5.1 Procedures Art icle 58 .V.

Art icle 59 .Order of Act ion .

Minut es .Art icle 60 .

Rules of Order .Art icle 61 .

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1 Regulation Art icle 62 .Enforcement .VI. Enforcement 6.

Art icle 63 .Ext raordinary Process .

Apprehension .Art icle 64 .

Art icle 65 .Command .

Art icle 66 .Coercion .

Ordinary Process .Art icle 67 .

Art icle 68 .Arrest .

Seizure .Art icle 69 .

Art icle 70 .Demand .

Dist raint .Art icle 71 .

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VII. Action 7.Act ion .1 Form of Action Art icle 72 .

Art icle 73 .Form of Act ion .

Art icle 74 .Original Writ .

2 Cause of Action Art icle 75 .7.Cause of Act ion .

Art icle 76 .Prosecut ion .

Arrest .Art icle 77 .

Arraignment .Art icle 78 .

At t endance .Art icle 79 .

Art icle 80 .Defense .

Disclosure .Art icle 81 .

Art icle 82 .Jury .

Effect of Act ion .7.3 Effect of Action Art icle 83 .

Art icle 84 .Sent ence .

Culpabilit y .Art icle 85 .

Imprisonment .Art icle 86 .

Bond .Art icle 87 .

Art icle 88 .Innocence .

Art icle 89 .Pardon .

Remedy t o Act ion .4 Remedy to Action Art icle 90 .7.

Art icle 91 .Appeal .

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VIII. Arbitration
8.1 Arbitration
Art icle 92 - Arbit rat ion

Art icle 93 - Negot iat ion

Art icle 94 - Confident ialit y

Art icle 95 .Hearing .

Prehearing .Art icle 96 .

Art icle 97 .Discovery .

Art icle 98 .Decision .

Set t lement s .Art icle 99 .