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A Ruling on Public and Private Property

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"Ma conseillère de loi vous dira le reste."

In the matter before
THE UDALSHUSET OF THE HALL OF FORSETI
lodged au Greffe by the Questioner
HER HIGH HOLINESS FORN SIÐR FÚRSTAFRÚA SIGRDRÍFA THE PRIESTESS OF THE HOUSE OF VANADÍS,
ÆRKEJARLA OF THE IDUNN ISLES,
YFIRSTORMARKSGYTHIA AND HIGH PRIESTESS OF THE THINGEYRI TEMPLE
A Ruling.
(4 Himinbjorg 13)

 

1. The matter before the Udalshuset is a law query by Her High Holiness Forn Siðr Fúrstafrúa Sigrdrífa the Priestess of the House of Vanadís, Ærkejarla of the Idunn Isles, Yfirstormarksgythia and High Priestess of the Thingeyri Temple, which was lodged au Greffe on 3 Himinbjorg 13 under Article 8 of the Act on the Warden of Law and Justice of Year 12, a provision of Althingi Law which affirms and safeguards the ancient customary power of the Warden of Law and Justice to issue legally binding rulings on legal matters that have come to her or his attention.

2. Her High Holiness the Yfirstormarksgythia and High Priestess of the Thingeyri Temple came to the Udalshuset to inquire into the matter of what is deemed public and private property under Storish Law and be clarified concerning the matter aforesaid.

 

3. To provide Her High Holiness the Yfirstormarksgythia and High Priestess of the Thingeyri Temple with the answer to her query of law the Udalshuset went looking for a written law addressing the issue raised by the aforesaid Lady Royal and Spiritual, but it quickly became clear there was none of that to be found in the Lásamlingús.

 

4. The Udalshuset subsequently endeavoured to find the answer to the law query aforesaid in the several Books of Authority on the Law of the Lands of the Longships Throne that exist, completely turning them inside out, but in almost none of them the Udalshuset could find what it was looking for, until it turned to the "Treatise on the Laws and Customs of Ancient Valtia".

 

5. Immersing itself in that invaluable source of ancient law and ingesting the wealth of legal wisdom that is contained therein and translating and modifying it to present Stormark the Udalshuset found the answer to the question of law queried by Her High Holiness the Yfirstormarksgythia and High Priestess of the Thingeyri Temple.

 

6. Now therefore, I, Lady Astrid Sólareyjarsdóttir of the House of Vanadís, Bloodroyal and Ærkejarla of the Rose Cape, Lady Warden of Law and Justice, Provost Marshal of the Longship of State, Mistress of the Rolls, and Guardian of the Hall of Forseti, by the power vested in me by the Udal Law and safeguarded by Article 8 of the Act on the Warden of Law and Justice of Year 12, and subject to the concurrence of His Imperial and Royal Majesty the High King, do hereby rule, decree and ordain the following into the Udal Law of the Twenty-Six Jarldoms.

 

On public and private property

 

I. Property is either of public domain or private property.

 

II. Property destined for public use, such as roads, canals, rivers, torrents, (air)ports and bridges built by the State or its subdivisions, riverbanks, shores, bays and other analogous property is of public domain.

 

III. To public domain property shall also belong property exclusively owned by the State, which is not for public use, and which is destined to any public services or to the fostering of national wealth, such as city walls, fortresses and other civil works for the defence of the territory, and mines, until the granting of a concession thereon.

 

IV. All other property belonging to the State in which the circumstances expressed in the preceding clauses do not concur shall be deemed to private property.

 

V. When property of public domain ceases to be destined to general use or to the requirements of the defence of the territory, it shall become part of the private property owned by the State.

 

VI. Property belonging to the Imperial Patrimony shall be governed by the laws concerning the Imperial House of Ettlingar Freyu.

 

VII. Property belonging to Jarldoms, Traditional Districts, and other subdivisions is divided into property for public use and patrimonial property.

 

VIII. In the Jarldoms, the Traditional Districts, and other subdivisions parks, squares, streets, public fountains and waters, promenades and general service public works paid by the aforesaid subdivisions shall be deemed property for public use.

 

IX. All remaining property held by one or the other shall be patrimonial property.

 

X. Besides the patrimonial property of the State, the Jarldoms, the Traditional Districts, and other subdivisions, property individually or jointly belonging to individuals shall be private property.

 

This is my ruling, and my ruling is law!

 

 

 

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Astrid Sólareyjarsdóttir

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