Cartae Sacrorum De Congregatio Europa

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Article 28 - Ordinary Members

28.1
Ordinary Member (link)

An Ordinary Member is any living higher order being whose identity is duly registered in the Member Rolls of the Union. An Ordinary Member possesses the right of one (1) Vote upon the redemption of their Membership Number.

In accordance with Article 38 of the most sacred covenant known as Pactum De Singularis Caelum also known as the Covenant of One Heaven, all living men and women are perpetual members of One Heaven and therefore those that are domiciled within the bounds of the Union are ipso facto Ordinary Members of the Union as reflected in the General Roll of the Union.

28.2
Non Exclusion of Right to Ordinary Membership (link)

A man or woman or youth or new born associated with a completed valid registration and was born within the jurisdiction and bounds of the Union, or permanently domiciled within the jurisdiction and bounds of the Union for seven years or more cannot be excluded from being recognized as a valid Ordinary Member.

28.3
Redeemed Ordinary Member (link)

An Ordinary Member may demonstrate their consent to being acknowledged as an Ordinary Member of the Union, through the Act of Redemption by redeeming their Membership Number either through association with One Heaven or through the Union itself.

Only Ordinary Members duly recorded as having redeemed their Membership Numbers may participate in voting within the Union and in the use of certain services and benefits of the Union prior to full independence of the Union.

28.4
Abrogation or Revokation of Member (link)

Any man or woman domiciled within the bounds of the Union, whether or not they have previously redeemed their Member Number may at any point abjure, reject and revoke their Ordinary Membership to the Union.

When a man or woman, having demonstrated clearly their will and intent, without disability or incapacity to make such a decision, chooses to abjure, reject and revoke their Ordinary Membership, they become an exile and outcast to the Union and to all Ucadia Societies and may not receive any aid, or support or sustenance or assistance whatsoever, upon their own choice and solemn act.

Furthermore, any and all property or Rights owned, derived, sourced and within the jurisdiction of the Union shall remain wholly within the Ucadia Union and such a man or woman who chooses to abjure or revoke their Ordinary Membership shall abjure, disclaim, disavow and revoke by the same act any claim or right to any and all such Property.

28.5
Request of reconciliation by Abjurer or Revoker (link)

An Abjurer or Revoker may seek clemency from the Union in requesting reconciliation by only one of two means of Confession being either Remorse or Incompetence:

(i) A Confession of Remorse is when any Abjurer or Revoker seeking reconciliation and reentry undertakes such a ceremony to withdraw and remove the blight of their previous abjuration and revocation. However, an Abjurer or Revoker may not receive any previous property otherwise disclaimed, surrendered, disavowed and rejected by their previous action; or

(ii) A Confession of Incompetence is when any Abjurer or Revoker seeking reconciliation and reentry undertakes such a ceremony to withdraw and remove the blight of their previous abjuration and revocation by admitting such an act be evidence of temporary incompetence. As a result, upon any acceptance of re-entry and reconciliation, such property rights may be restored but temporarily held within the guardianship of the society until a proper determination is made that the Ordinary Member is no longer incapacitated by incompetence.