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Precedence is the formal hierarchy of official dignities within Talossa. It is seldom used except for ceremonial purposes, or for paperwork. The current order of precedence was established by 34RZ12, The Table of Precedence Act.

  1. The King : King John
  2. The Queen
  3. Children of the Sovereign in birth order : ambiguity Line of Succession
  4. The Prime Minister : Seneschal
  5. Senior Justice of the Uppermost Cort : Senior Justice Sir Tamorán dal Navâ, UrN
  6. The Mençei of the Senate : Senate
  7. The Speaker of the Cosâ : Cosa
  8. The members of the nobility and knighthood in order of their rank and tenure : His Grace and His Highness Patrick, Prince of Prospect and Duke of Florencia; Domnul Danihel, Conta Laurieir, Cin.; Domnul Ma La Mha, Baron Tepistà (Baron Hooligan); Domnul Quedeir, Baron Castiglha, Cin.,; Domnul Fritz, Baron von Buchholtz, UrN, Cin., S.H.,; Sir Josh Macht, UrN,; His Countship Sir Ian, Count von Metairia, UrN, UrB, UrCZC,; Sir Tamorán dal Navâ, UrN,; His Lordship Sir Fritz, Baron von Buchholtz, UrN, Cin., S.H., GST,; Sir Samuhel Tecladeir, UrN,; Sir Trotxâ Betiñéir, UrN,; Sir Cresti Siervicül, UrN,; Sir Xhorxh Pol Briga, UrN; Sir Mick Preston, UrN
  9. Cabinet members according to the seniority of their ministries : Order of Ministres
  10. The Secretary of State :
  11. Provincial Constables :
  12. Premiers of Provinces : Order of Provinces ? Alphabetical? Origin??
  13. Puisne Justices of the Uppermost Cort in order of their appointment.Cort Pü Inalt
  14. Senators
  15. MCs
  16. Admiral of the Talossan Royal Navy
  17. Speakers of the various provincial legislatures in order of their appointment
  18. Provincial Cabinet members in order of their date of appointment
  19. Members of Provincial legislatures
  20. Recipients of Talossan Honours
  21. Talossan citizens in order of their naturalisation