Curia

East Kingdom Curia

Date: Sunday, 30 January 2022

Time: 11:00am

Emperor Ioannes Aurelius Serpentius and Empress Honig von Sommerfeldt will hold East Kingdom Curia on Sunday, 30 January 2022, at 11:00am,conducted ethereally in accordance with SCA, Inc. guidelines.

An agenda and details of the proposed changes will be provided to those holding seats on the Curia via the dedicated e-list, and also posted here, when they are available.

The Webministry and Seneschallate will review the previous e-Curia protocol with the Crown and Heirs and adjust as necessary. Please watch for an update about specifics for the upcoming Curia.

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EK Law Section III.I. The Agenda for the Curia Regis

1. Any items that The Crown chooses to add to the agenda after the Curia has been called will be added to the agenda under “New Business”.

2. If a Curia notice has been sent according to East Kingdom Law, but another Curia needs to be held before the previously announced one, any items of business held over from the earliest Curia will be automatically added to the agenda of the subsequent Curia under “Old Business”

  • From East Kingdom law:

    Laws may be enacted, amended, or repealed only by the Crown, after consultation with the Curia Regis.

    The purpose of the Curia Regis is for the Crown to solicit and listen to the opinions of those with seats on Curia, giving adequate time for discussion. While it is not a requirement, the Crown is advised to act with the consensus of those with seats on Curia.

    The following are entitled to a seat on the Curia Regis. With the exception of the Crown, these people may send representatives to the Curia to fill their seats if they are unable to attend.

    1. The Crown and Heirs
    2. The Coronet and Heirs of EK Principalities
    3. Kingdom Officers
    4. Local Seneschals

    E. Others Invited

    East Kingdom Royal Peers and Territorial Baron/esses are also invited to attend, and have the right to be heard by the Crown.

    F. Others wishing to attend

    Any other gentle who wishes to attend is welcome, but may speak only if recognized by the Crown.