Law:The Protection of the Archives Act
37RZ12 — The Protection of the Archives Act
WHEREAS The Archives preserve the history of Talossa,
WHEREAS The Archives provides historical and cultural information that is priceless to the modern Talossa.
WHEREAS there is no law at the moment which protects the Archives from those who wish to destroy the Important and Valuable History of Talossa
WHEREAS There should be a Law to protect the archives from the said Damage:
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby enacts the following:
- Section 1. No Public Record or Archive under the control of a Governmental body and/or the Royal Household Body shall be destroyed, erased or otherwise disposed of without the written authorisation of the Royal Archivist. This Authorisation or Refusal must be announced on the Wittenberg within three days of such Authorisation or Refusal is made. Authorisation or Refusal by the Royal Archivist for the destruction of an Archive may be overturned by a resolution passed by the Ziu.
- An Archive/record that has been granted authorisation for disposal may not be disposed until after thirty days after such an authorisation is granted.
- Section 2. Any person who
- damages or causes to be damaged any Public Archive or Record in the control of a Governmental or Royal Household Body body; or
- damages or causes to be damaged any Public Archive in the control of a Private body, Community and/or Individual; or
- removes, destroys or erases such Public record or archive otherwise than in accordance with this Act or any other law,
- shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanour if such damage, removal, destruction, or erasure was willful, or guilty of a Class C misdemeanour if such damage, removal, destruction, or erasure was reckless
- Section 3. The Royal Archivist may refuse to allow any person convicted of an offence in terms of this act, access to an archives repository for such period as he or she may deem fit, subject to an appeal to the Uppermost Cort.
- Section 4. For the purpose of this act a Public Record and Archive is hereby defined as: "Public Archive" or "Public Record" means a record/archive created or received by a governmental or royal household body in pursuance of its activities"
Noi urent q'estadra så:
Matáiwos Nanamavéu, Royal Archivist (MC, RUMP)
Conta Danihél Lauriéir (MC, DOTT)
Xhorxh Asmoûr (MC, RUMP)