Noble Houses Act
|Noble Houses Act|
|Enacted by||Ecclesia of Taijitu|
|Introduced||February 25, 2015|
|Vote||March 6, 2015|
|Full text of the Noble Houses Act|
The Noble Houses Act is an Act to protect the egalitarian principles of the Glorious Revolution by denying official recognition to noble houses and titles and discouraging their use by citizens and foreigners in Taijitu.
- The government of Taijitu, when acting in an official capacity, will not recognize any noble house or title.
- If a foreigner belonging to a noble house applies for citizenship, it will be granted. However, the citizen will be referred to by the government of Taijitu, when acting in an official capacity, as "Citizen [name]", and no reference will be made to their counterrevolutionary pedigree.
- If a foreigner belonging to a noble house is assigned here as a dignitary, or resides in Taijitu without acquiring citizenship, they will be referred to by the government of Taijitu, when acting in an official capacity, by their name only, and no reference will be made to their counterrevolutionary pedigree.
- Citizens and foreign residents will be encouraged to avoid personal use of noble names or titles in Taijitu, as a demonstration of respect for the egalitarian principles of the Glorious Revolution.
|Government of Taijitu|
|Legislative||Ecclesia · Citizen-Initiator||Executive||Delegate · Citizen-Diplomats · Citizen-Liaison · Armed Forces . Citizen-Sergeant||Constitution||Constitution|
|Laws||Alliance Between Taijitu and The North Pacific . Citizen-Initiator Act .Citizen-Liaison Act. Citizenship Act . Delegacy Act . Flag and Seals Act · Holidays Act . Judiciary Act . Militia Act . Noble Houses Act . Revolutionary Calendar Act . The Rejected Realms - Taijitu Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation . University of the Revolution Act|