Law:The Committee of Cassation Act
The CortCommittee of Cassation Act [as amended by 26RZ8]
WHEREAS considerable time and effort has been spent over the past several years adjudicating whether or not certain laws passed by the Ziu are "organic" or not; and
WHEREAS certain eagle-eyed citizens tend to keep an eye out for inorganic laws or bills anyway, but have no real mechanism for bringing them before the Uppermost Cort for a final ruling without bringing a lawsuit in the process;
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby empowers the Seneschál to appoint a three-person CortCommittee of Cassation, or "CoC." Its members shall be eagle-eyed Talossan citizens not currently serving on the Uppermost Cort, and shall serve at the pleasure of the Seneschál. The CortCommittee of Cassation shall be empowered to review any and all laws currently in force, as well as all bills contained on a Clark in process of being voted on. If the CortCommittee of Cassation shall notify the Uppermost Cort in writing that the law or bill in question is in conflict with the Organic Law, the Uppermost Cort may take action and issue a final adjudication, either dismissing the complaint of the CortCommittee of Cassation or upholding said complaint and thereby nullifying said law or bill.
Noi urent q'estadreu så: Robert Ben Madison - (PC-Vuode) Christopher C. Gruber - (PC-Maritiimi-Maxhestic) Michael Pope - (PC-Maritiimi-Maxhestic) Matt Dabrowski - (PC-Vuode)