Kingdom of the State of Louisiana
Article Six: The Corporate Kingdom and the Corporate State
The Kingdom of the State of Louisiana is a polity with interests and resources which are fully recognized and organized under this Constitution. This Article authorizes and defines that aspect of public life.
Section One: The State Censors
Provision One: The State Censors shall number twenty one active members and shall preside over the , the Office of the State Census, The Office of Public Ethics, the State Resources Assessment and the Office of the Omsbudman for Migrants. Three of the Censors shall sit on the Board of the Louisiana Corporation.
Section Two: The Public Services Commission
Provision One: The State shall be divided into three districts of nearly equal population each of which shall elect a Public Services Commission. The three elected Public Service Commissioners shall sit on the Board of the Louisiana Corporation. The Public Service Commission will also have a Secretary appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate for a ten year term renewable and a Chairman appointed by the King for a term of ten years with the advice and consent of the GAMPR. All actions shall proceed on a majority vote of these five members of the Commission.
Provision Two: The Public Service Commission shall receive Provide a Public Services License to all entities operating a public utility whether private or governmental providing mass services of a basic nature such as gas, electricity, internet access or steam heat among others in larger scale than a small voluntary community or autonomous domestic regime. It shall also issue such a license to any toll road or canal or public access railroad track. Likewise it shall license all Common Carriers operating in the State. The cost of the license shall not exceed a reasonable cost for a prima facie finding of fitness to operate a public service enterprise. All licensed enterprises shall pay a special tax of one half of one mil of all revenues on licensed activities to the PSC annually. A third of the funds shall be set aside to collectors rebates and collection administration and the rest will go the operations of the Commission proper. The Commission shall work with other governments and entities to protect and promote the public interest and safety in these enterprises.
Provision Three: The Public Service Commission shall impose a one mil tax on all privately distributed mass fuels, fertilizers, poisons for spraying at public expense and on the operation of publicly accessible docks, airports and marinas. It shall work with the Department of Transport and the Port Commission as well as other agencies to promote public safety and welfare.
Section Three: The Orleans Levee Board
Provision One: The Orleans Levee Board shall be a hybrid agency which shall receive funds from Orleans Parish and which will be required of Orleans Parish for its charter. The gathering of all material wastes in Orleans Parish will be catalogued and these shall be exchanged or processed with both the State and the Kingdom, the Empire and the Union as either direct or credited exchange units for the Orleans Parish Surrounds. This complex shall work with the King’s agencies as well for perpetually improving levees water channels to the water exchanges, a visual green belt, nature reserves, oxidation ponds, recreational spaces and large areas secured against aerial attack in fortresses and bomb shelters. The Levee Board shall exist in its own right as well as a division of the Coastal Flood Control Authority. The State shall rebate to the Levee Board one percent of all its revenues whatever derived from the Port Of New Orleans and lesser associated ports. The Board will be part of the complex of State Corporate Interests and the President shall sit on the Board of the Louisiana Corporation.
Section Four: The Imperial Interests Liaison
Provision One: This shall represent the State and the Kingdom in interfacing and Liaising with the Corporate interests of the Empire. The Director shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and Consent of the Senate and shall sit on the Board of the Louisiana Corporation. One percent of all fines and damages collected in the punishment and mitigation of wastes, pollution, illicit dumping, illicit discharges and use of illegal drugs or related substances and materials shall be collected and after a modest fee be paid To this Liaison Agency which will assist the Empire in operating its programs in the Kingdom of the State of Louisiana and the King in preserving his rights under Acadian and Louisiana titles as well.
Section Five: The Royal House and Household Bank
Provision One: This is the Bank of the Royal House and Household. One tenth of all funds held in trust by the Louisiana Corporation and one twentieth of all other trust funds in the State will be deposited with the Trust Department of the Royal House and Household Bank. One tenth of all funds received for severance of minerals or non-renewable resources belonging to this polity itself in any public or royal form shall be deposited in the Perpetuity Fund from which only fruits such as interest, dividends and fees or rentals shall be withdrawn. These withdrawn funds shall be administered by the Louisiana Corporation. The President of the Royal House and Household Bank shall be on the board of the Louisiana Corporation.
Section Six: The Louisiana Corporation
Subsection One: General Charter and Purpose
Provision One: The Louisiana Corporation will receive one percent of all premiums paid for insurance on all real and marine assets wholly are partly paid, collected are insured in Louisiana. The Corporation shall receive one mil of fines collected by the State whatever. One tenth of all funds received for severance of minerals or non-renewable resources belonging to this polity itself in any public or royal form shall be deposited in the Perpetuity Fund on deposit at the Royal House and Household Bank from which only fruits such as interest, dividends and fees or rentals shall be withdrawn. These withdrawn and produced funds shall be administered by the Louisiana Corporation. The Louisiana Corporation shall collect one mil of all revenues collected by ports, airports, pilots, licensed commercial exchanges, chandlers and freight- forwarders in the Kingdom of the State of Louisiana. The Governor shall be the President of the Louisiana Corporation and the Chairman shall be a noble of the Royal House appointed for life by the King. The Board shall consist of the State and Kingdom officials listed by this Constitution and of the following additional persons:
1. Those five members elected by the negotiable stock under the Stockholders Convention.
2. Those twelve members elected by the Preferred Stock held by the Coastal Corporate Seigneuries of the Artificial Islands.
3. One member each from the Louisiana Territory Trust, the Louisiana Possessions Trust, the Mestizo Territories Trust, the Southeast and Southwest Aboriginal Territories Trusts, the twenty-one most favored guilds and the Bouletherion.
4. Ten Members elected by creditors proportional to the debt owed them by the Louisiana Corporation
Provision Two: All Decisions and legal acts of the Louisiana Corporation shall be made by majority vote of the Board of the Louisiana Corporation. A two-thirds majority shall be required to amend the Charter and by-laws approved by the legislature.
Provision Three: The Louisiana Corporation will own and operate secure store rooms and an irradiation plant as well as sealing manufactories to secure stockpiles of foods and consumables for long-term use. It shall purchase Louisiana and other bonds as well as gold, silver and foreign currencies which it shall secure. It will also acquire such flexible insurance instruments as it can for all manner of risks.
Provision Four: The Louisiana Corporation will maintain archives, indexes, libraries, websites, search engines and communications facilities which operate at different levels for free public access, paying customers, privileged scholars and established stakeholders in the Louisiana Corporation. These resources will include trademarks, brand books, geological surveys, water surveys, wildlife census information and labor statistics.
Provision Five: The Louisiana Corporation will provide limited investment and trust management services for municipal, parish and other similar entities in the Kingdom and State. This shall never exceed a third of know assets invested by the entity and internal investments shall never exceed half the funds handled by the Louisiana Corporation.
Provision Six: The Louisiana Corporation will provide Credit Union services at a modest fee for all member Guilds duly certified to it and will provide insurance.
Provision Seven: The Louisiana Corporation will broker debt for kind and funds deals for Louisiana and the Federal American Empire of the United States as such occasions may arise.
Provision Eight: The Corporation will provide equity partnerships and venture capital to the King’s programs and interests on favorable but fiscally responsible terms. This will be done as part of a larger vision of the future as well as a economic transaction.
Subsection Two: Corporate Properties and Limits
Provision One: to develop any new mineral leases in the Louisiana Waters of the Gulf of Mexico a party will have to be at least part owner of an Artificial Island Seigneury which ownership shall consist of legal rights to a title, specified rights and obligations tied to a location and Nobiliary rights held by such owners as well but not title to land. These natural or artificial persons alone shall own preferred stock in the Louisiana Corporation. One hundred shares of Preferred Stock will equal sufficient stock to solely hold a right to an unimproved designated site. Five hundred shares of Preferred Stock will equal sufficient stock to solely hold a right to an designated site being built into a minimal island as required by law and contract. One thousand shares of Preferred Stock will equal sufficient stock to solely hold a right to a minimal island and ten thousand shares for a large and well developed island. The King’s Corporate Holdings will start holding one hundred thousand shares and the Louisiana Corporation itself will start holding four hundred thousand shares. Preferred stock may split, be awarded, bartered and sold but may not be issued and is a self-contained pool earning double the dividend per share of Common Stock.
Provision Two: It is understood that this corporation may violate many laws, treaties and theories of capital by its very existence. However, it shall be sold as pink slips or if accepted on any stock market also approved by the Board it shall be tradable on the Stock market as to its common stock valuation. One tenth of all gross net profit at the end of each year will be distributed to the common stock as dividends and no other moneys. However, that dividend and the right to elect five board members shall constitute the sole rights of shareholders who will never achieve true ownership in full or its customary rights. Five hundred thousand shares shall be offered in the first instance and the stock shall split every time that market common stock evaluation reaches ten times the capital valuation of the last split. In addition fifty thousand new common shares will be properly and correctly issued every ten years. There shall be no other issuance or distribution of fresh stock. One hundred of these new shares will be freely given to the King’s Corporate Institutions as requested by the King.
Provision Three: The Louisiana Corporation will operate an economic education program in Louisiana High Schools and secondary schools. An internship program will seek to cultivate talent within the Kingdom of the State. The Louisiana Corporation will seek to build value in the polity as a whole.
Provision Four: The Louisiana Corporation and the Royal House and Household Corporation shall administer together the Louisiana State Sovereign Trust under the laws of Trusts in the Kingdom of the State of Louisiana and the Federal American Empire of the United States.
Section Seven: The Royal House and Household Corporation
Subsection One: The Royal Peculiar Fund
Provsion One: Under the laws, codes and covenants proper to manor fiefdoms, autonomous domestic regimes and titled properties of the Sovereigns there shall be certain set-asides, insurances and offsets required for a variety of purposes. More than half but less than all of these funds shall be administered in the Royal Peculiar Fund. The members of the Royal House will also be required to have one tenth of all their monetized savings and investments in external concerns managed by either this fund or the Royal House and Household Bank. All members of the Royal House will pay their Louisiana taxes in a single joint transaction which among other things will be discounted thirty percent over what would be due were they not in the House. The Royal Peculiar will pay this single tax and issue a single return and it shall also collect and keep as a fee one third of the discounted taxes. It shall also handle Federal and Imperial taxes similarly for those who are members of the Louisiana Royal House and not the Imperial House.
Provision Two: The Royal Peculiar Fund will operate the Royal House and Household Debt Office. No member of the Royal House or Household may be sued for debt, foreclosed upon, have property repossessed nor be arrested or prosecuted for allegedly false or fraudulent negotiable instruments nor be evicted from a duly leased property for lack of payment until the Royal House and Household Debt Office shall have been notified ten days in advance. The RHHDO shall not be liable for such debts in itself but shall have the right to buy them and collect them from members, to negotiate payments from a variety of resources and to defend, sue and countersue on behalf of members in civil and tortuous matters.
Provision Three: The Royal Peculiar Fund will be administered according to a Charter approved by the Grand Assemblee de Maison et Palais Royale and its director shall be a Certified Public Accountant appointed for ten year terms renewable by the King from the ten nominees of the GAMPR. This Director shall be on the Board of the Royal House and Household Corporation.
Subsection Two: The Royal House and Household Bank
Provision One: As stated in Language earlier in this Article is the Bank of the Royal House and Household. Also as stated earlier, one tenth of all funds held in trust by the Louisiana Corporation and one twentieth of all other trust funds in the State will be deposited with the Trust Department of the Royal House and Household Bank. One tenth of all funds received for severance of minerals or non-renewable resources belonging to this polity itself in any public or royal form shall be deposited in the Perpetuity Fund from which only fruits such as interest, dividends and fees or rentals shall be withdrawn. These funds shall be administered by the Louisiana Corporation. The President of the Royal House and Household Bank shall be on the board of the Louisiana Corporation and also on the board of the Royal House and Household Corporation.
Provision Two: The Louisiana State Association of the Ordinary Nobility, Louisiana State Association of the Nobility of the Sword, Louisiana State Association of the Nobility of the Robe, Louisiana State Association of the Nobility of the Games and the Louisiana State Association of the Nobility of the Chamber will be required to deposit at least a third and no more than half their trust funds with this bank at all times. Half the Retirement fund of the royal Domestic Service and the Royal Military Service shall be deposited with this bank.
Provsion Two: The Bank shall accept no private depositors who are not members of the House or Household, a Seigneury or members of the Fivefold nobility. They shall issue no checks which do not bear the image of the most current King and Queen at time of issuance. They shall not place, nor cause to be placed physical signs or banners on buildings they do not own.
Subsection Three: The Royal Chaplain’s Purse
Provision One: The Royal Chaplain’s Purse shall be a section of the Royal Chaplains Ministry and Office administered in conjunction with and under the stewardship of the Royal House and Household Bank. The Royal Chaplain and the President of the Purse shall be on the Board of the Royal House and Household Corporation. The Royal Chaplain shall have at least one hundred chapels in sites on the royal peculiar or used by the royal agency. Fifty percent of these shall be Roman Catholic Chapels under such special status as is negotiated by the Church and the Royal House. Also under special arrangement ten percent shall be Orthodox Christian Chapels under special arrangement, five percent shall be Anglican and five percent shall be Protestant. The remainder will be jointly administered Sacred Sites of Interfaith Spirituality jointly administered with the Maitresse des Rites. In all of these chapels votive offerings and collections of various kinds would be received and a third of the funds would go to this purse. In addition half the annual net profits from the Chaplain’s Manor Estate, and a tenth the funds from the annual Royal donation will go to this Purse.
Provision Two: One third of all funds including Proceeds of the Purse Capital Fund received by the Purse will go into its Perpetual Trust with only interest, dividends and rentals collected. These proceeds combined with the other two thirds of new income shall be the operating budget. Half the operating budget shall go to administration, organizing true volunteer labor, paying near volunteers, publicizing the work and raising funds for associated groups of volunteers and sponsors. The other half will go to the Purse Capital Fund. The Purse Capital fund will have four Programs for using money:
1. It shall operate a Reverse Mortgage program for anyone in the Minor Compact of Louisiana.
A. The persons seeking the mortgage must be a homeowner either of modest income or very isolated or both as well as over sixty or disabled. The Purse Capital Fund will appraise the House and set aside one fifth of the appraised value in a trust at adjustable prime rate yield to be paid to the heirs on dissolution of the estate and shall purchase insurance to protect the estate and an additional policy to add ten percent to the value of the disbursed funds at liquidation.
B. The Purse Capital Fund shall arrange to have volunteers repair the home and maintain it as well as visiting the occupants and bring them a hot meal and some groceries at least once each month. The Purse Capital Fund will pay four-fifths of one percent of the value of the property at the time of the contract plus one percent of all appreciation and improvements to the owner and a spouse, sibling, terminally ill child or parent occupants until the last listed and approved occupant deceases.
C. Purse Capital Fund will inspect, enhance and sell the House and properties and the funds shall be like all other revenues.
2. The Purse Capital fund shall offer micro financing in support of mission and local needy schools churches and communities where the Chaplain has directed volunteer labor and free money. These loans at prime rate and secured with standard pawning agreements on such physical collateral as is available shall support business, farms, buildings and infrastructures beside charity projects. Proceeds from repayment and forfeited pawned good shall be treated like any other revenues.
3. The Purse Capital Fund shall operate labor Schools where orphans, emancipated Serfs, unwed mothers, battered women and the indigent elderly shall work half the time in a manufactory or garden and otherwise divide their time between their studies and training, personal and spiritual improvement and caring for their special needs. The Purse Capital fund shall use volunteers to support this work and then shall use funds from the goods produced first to pay a large portion of school, meals, showers and benefits cost as well as a minimum wage or better to the workers and then any revenues remaining shall be like any other revenues.
Subsection Four: The King’s Capital
Provision One: All other organizations which may have the character of capital organizations may exercise the special rights to mix funds and be exempt from certain laws so long as it enhances their chartered and constitutional work as Agencies, family outreaches or royal Offices. However all must have a director already high in the Household or else appointed by the King from candidates submitted by the Grand Assemblee de Maison et Palais Royale.
Provision Two: All such organizations must operate under the Royal charter for Cooperation with the Royal House and Household Bank. Must also have an autonomous board and must pay one percent of any autonomous net annual profits to the King and Queen jointly.
Provision Three: One mil of all revenues collected by all governments and paragovernments in the Kingdom of the State of Louisiana will go to a trust fund in the Royal House and Household Bank from which all of the King’s Capital entities authorized under this Subsection of this article shall share jointly and equally.
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