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====46RZ23, The Validate the Documents Act====
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'''WHEREAS''' it is custom to validate documents with an official seal; and,
  
THEREFORE a new section after A.22. shall be inserted in Title A of the Lexhatx, to read:
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'''WHEREAS''' we have not any laws in place that would penalise any "pseudo-validation" of a person, or documents, by bearing official seals; now,
  
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'''THEREFORE''' a new section after A.22. shall be inserted in Title A of the Lexhatx, to read:
  
23. The unauthorised usage of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation may be given by the Seneschal or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned, or any of their duly designated proxies.
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:''23. The unauthorised usage of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation may be given by the Seneschal or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned, or any of their duly designated proxies.
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::''23.1. The unauthorised bearing, signing or displaying of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation to bear any seal may be granted by the Seneschal, or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned.
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::''23.2. The use of any seal, that is attached unto a document, or a notification, or a declaration, or similar, that bears sufficient resemblance to any official seal, which is used by the creator in a document, or notification, or declaration, or similar, so as to create the impression of officiality, in order to:
  
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:::''(a) obtain any personal advantages or benefits; or,
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:::''(b) put a person or a body in disadvantage, or discredit a person or a body; or,
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:::''(c) obtain any benefits and advantages for another person,
  
23.1. The unauthorised bearing, signing or displaying of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation to bear any seal may be granted by the Seneschal, or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned.
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::''shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour.
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:::''23.2.1. Whether any seal, that is used in such a manner, bears “sufficient resemblance”, must, in cases of doubt, be decided by the Courts on an individual basis.
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:::''23.2.2. The use of the Kingdom’s colours (“El Bicoloreu”) on any seal does not satisfy the requirements of “sufficient resemblance”.
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::'''23.3. Any subsequent unauthorised use of any seal, committed by a formerly punished convict of this act, shall constitute a Class I felony.
  
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'''FURTHERMORE''', the numbering of the following section 23 (23RZ45) shall be altered to 24.
  
23.2. The use of any seal, that is attached unto a document, or a notification, or a declaration, or similar, that bears sufficient resemblance to any official seal, which is used by the creator in a document, or notification, or declaration, or similar, so as to create the impression of officiality, in order to:
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Uréu q’estadra så: Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun - (MC-MRPT)
 
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(a) obtain any personal advantages or benefits; or,
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(b) put a person or a body in disadvantage, or discredit a person or a body; or,
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(c) obtain any benefits and advantages for another person,
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shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour.
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23.2.1. Whether any seal, that is used in such a manner, bears "sufficient resemblance", must, in cases of doubt, be decided by the Courts on an individual basis.
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23.2.2. The use of the Kingdom's colours ("El Bicoloreu") on any seal does not satisfy the requirements of "sufficient resemblance".
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23.3. Any subsequent unauthorised use of any seal, committed by a formerly punished convict of this act, shall constitute a Class I felony.
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FURTHERMORE, the numbering of the following section 23 (23RZ45) shall be altered to 24.
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Uréu q'estadra så: Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun - (MC-MRPT)
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Revision as of 19:30, 17 April 2017

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46RZ23, The Validate the Documents Act

WHEREAS it is custom to validate documents with an official seal; and,

WHEREAS we have not any laws in place that would penalise any "pseudo-validation" of a person, or documents, by bearing official seals; now,

THEREFORE a new section after A.22. shall be inserted in Title A of the Lexhatx, to read:

23. The unauthorised usage of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation may be given by the Seneschal or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned, or any of their duly designated proxies.
23.1. The unauthorised bearing, signing or displaying of any official seal of the Crown, of the Government, or of any other official body, shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour. Authorisation to bear any seal may be granted by the Seneschal, or the respective Minister, or by the head of the body concerned.
23.2. The use of any seal, that is attached unto a document, or a notification, or a declaration, or similar, that bears sufficient resemblance to any official seal, which is used by the creator in a document, or notification, or declaration, or similar, so as to create the impression of officiality, in order to:
(a) obtain any personal advantages or benefits; or,
(b) put a person or a body in disadvantage, or discredit a person or a body; or,
(c) obtain any benefits and advantages for another person,
shall constitute a Class A misdemeanour.
23.2.1. Whether any seal, that is used in such a manner, bears “sufficient resemblance”, must, in cases of doubt, be decided by the Courts on an individual basis.
23.2.2. The use of the Kingdom’s colours (“El Bicoloreu”) on any seal does not satisfy the requirements of “sufficient resemblance”.
23.3. Any subsequent unauthorised use of any seal, committed by a formerly punished convict of this act, shall constitute a Class I felony.

FURTHERMORE, the numbering of the following section 23 (23RZ45) shall be altered to 24.

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