Law:Provincial Assignment Simplification Act

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49RZ21: Provincial Assignment Simplification Act

This law has an
EPHEMERAL STATUS

It amends the following:
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Ziu 49th Clark 5th
Sponsored by: Ian Plätschisch

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WHEREAS It is possible to change provincial assignment based on the provincial assignment of relatives, which isn't conducive to having meaningful catchment areas, and

WHEREAS We just spend almost a year making sure we have meaningful catchment areas, so we should use them, and

WHEREAS There are also some provisions which prevent catchment areas from applying based on seemingly random criteria, and

WHEREAS 49RZ13 already requires the consent of a citizen before that citizen is reassigned to the province whose catchment area they reside in, so there is no need for additional provisions such as those mentioned in the previous clause


THEREFORE E.7.3.1, which currently reads;


The provisions in this section do not apply unless the citizen explicitly consents to being reassigned.

shall be amended to read;


The provisions in this section do not apply unless the citizen explicitly consents to being reassigned. Whenever any Talossan wants to move his provincial assignment to the province in whose assigned area he actually lives, he may do so by notifying the Chancery. The move will be officially recognised once the Chancery has validated the request.


FURTHERMORE E.7.3.2, which currently reads;


The provisions in this section do not apply when a citizen currently assigned to the wrong province geographically moves within his/her current geographic assignment area, unless the move is either a) over a distance of more than 1000 kilometres, or b) across national borders. In both cases the provisions in this section do apply.

is amended to read;


The Secretary of State will be responsible for the various moves and assignments which result from this title. These moves and assignments will take effect on their official announcement by the Secretary of State.


FURTHERMORE E.10, which currently reads;


10. The following enhancements and clarifications will apply to the process of assigning citizens to provinces. (35RZ23)


10.1. For the purposes of Talossan law, two people are “closely related” if one of them is the spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, aunt, or uncle of the other, or is married to someone who is the spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, aunt, or uncle of the other.

10.2. If an immigrant is closely related to a Talossan citizen, the immigrant may choose to be assigned to the province to which his Talossan relative belongs, rather than to the province to which he would otherwise be assigned.

10.3. If one Talossan citizen is closely related to another, he may move his provincial assignment to the province to which his Talossan relative already belongs. But nobody may make such a move more than once in his lifetime, except by the special permission of the Ziu.

10.4. If any Talossan citizen is re-assigned, by any means, to another province, his/her close relative(s) may move his/her provincial assignment to the province which his/her Talossan relative has be re-assigned to. But nobody may make such a move more than once in his/her lifetime, except by the special permission of the Ziu.

10.5. A dandelion, when registered, will be assigned to the province of his Talossan parent. If both his parents are citizens, and they belong to different provinces, the dandelion will be assigned to the province of his mother.

10.6. A dandelion, whose Talossan parent has be re-assigned, by any means, to another province, shall be automatically re-assigned to the same province as his/her Talossan parent. If both his/her parents are citizens, and they are re-assigned to different provinces, the dandelion will be re-assigned to the province of his mother.

10.7. Whenever any Talossan wants to move his provincial assignment to the province in whose assigned area he actually lives, he may do so by notifying the Chancery. The move will be officially recognised once the Chancery has validated the request. (47RZ2) (48RZ21)

10.8. The Secretary of State will be responsible for the various moves and assignments contemplated in this title, which moves and assignments will take effect on their official announcement by the Secretary of State.

is hereby repealed.


Uréu q'estadra så:

Ian Plätschisch - (MC-MRPT) Alexandreu Davinescu - (MC-RUMP)



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