Curia Regis is hereby defined as an assembly called by the Crown in order to consult and receive advice on the administration and governance of the Kingdom.
- An Emergency Curia Regis is defined as an assembly called by the Crown in order to consult and receive advice on the administration and governance of the Kingdom for the limited purpose of resolving conflicts between modern law, Corpora, Society Policy, and/or some other Society directive and Kingdom Law. No other business may be conducted at an Emergency Curia.
3.1 Members of the Curia Regis
The members of Curia Regis are:
- The Crown Prince and Princess of Atlantia
- All Territorial Barons and Baronesses
- All Great Officers of state
- All Officers of State
- All Branch Seneschals
3.2 Addressing Curia Regis
All members of Curia Regis may speak at a Curia Regis. Any other person may attend Curia Regis but may speak only if recognized by the Crown. Written proxies from the members of Curia may be accepted by the Crown if received prior to the commencement of Curia.
3.3 Curia Regis Notification Requirements
Meetings of the Curia Regis shall be called as follows:
- The date, time, place (event), agenda must be announced in the Kingdom Newsletter, “The Acorn” at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of Curia.
- The agenda shall include the specific sections of kingdom law to be addressed. A blanket statement is not acceptable. Proposed wording must be provided to the Curia by the Crowns prior to the start of the Curia for any Kingdom law changes.
- Emergency meetings of Curia Regis shall be called by an emergency mailing to the members of Curia Regis. This notification shall be sent at least ten (10) days before the date of Curia and shall include the reason for the emergency meeting. An emergency meeting shall be limited to the topic(s) listed in the letter of notification.