Law:The Talossan Civil and Criminal Codes Act
The Talossan Civil and Criminal Codes Act
WHEREAS under Talossan law, there are no actual, legal prohibitions against murder, rape, robbery, or any other crimes, and
WHEREAS the Kingdom of Talossa is a civilized nation subject to the rule of law (Organic Law, Article XVIII, 8th Covenant),
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby adopts the Civil and Criminal Codes of the State of Wisconsin as national law within the territory of the Kingdom of Talossa, subject to the following restrictions:
Talossan national law is superior to adopted foreign law. Therefore, the Civil and Criminal Codes of Wisconsin shall be law in Talossa only insofar as they are consistent with the Organic Law of the Kingdom of Talossa. The Uppermost Cort shall have the final say upon any real or perceived inconsistencies. Acts of the Ziu establish Talossan national law; therefore, any Law of the Ziu purporting to repeal or change Wisconsin civil or criminal codes, for the purposes of their specific application within the Kingdom of Talossa, shall take precedence over said codes. Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Ben Madison - (MN-Vuode)
Scribe's Note: The use of the Civil and Criminal Codes of Wisconsin is limited to certain chapters specified in 35RZ21, Enacted by the 35the Cosa.