Law:The Caught in the Act Act
48RZ33, The Caught in the Act Act
Ziu 48th Clark 6th
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WHEREAS we currently have a lot of acts in our Kingdom and we all know there will be plenty of more,
WHEREAS many of us want to be more than a Kingdom that exists almost completely on the Internet,
WHEREAS our laws are almost entirely preserved in digital content on privately held Internet sources and the only paper copies are in the hands of the person signing them,
THEREFORE we amend ElLexhatx H.16 which currently reads as 16. The King shall sign a physical printed copy of bills at the time they pass into law, and collect these bills for posterity.
16. The King shall sign three physical printed copies of bills at the time they pass into law. 16.1 The copies shall be distributed as follows: 16.1.1 One copy shall be retained by the King. 16.1.2 One copy shall be mailed to the Scribe of Abbavilla. 16.1.3 One copy shall be mailed to the National Archivist. 16.2 The copies shall be mailed to the individuals detailed in 16.1.2 and 16.1.3 within one week of the close of the Cosa in which they were passed. 16.3 The respective individual as detailed in 16.1.2 and 16.1.3 will notify the Secretary of State and outgoing Seneschal once the copies have been received. 16.4 The individuals detailed in 16.1 will be required to mail all copies of signed bills in their possession to their incumbent within ten business days of their incumbent taking the position. 16.5 A line item of $15.00 will be included in each budget to pay for the King to mail the bills to the appropriate parties. Additional line items may be introduced to the budget if the Scribe, Archivist, or King need to mail their copies to an incumbent.
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