Cartae Sacrorum De Congregatio Americas
Americas Union Charter
Article 17 - Public Notice and Gazette
In general form, a Notice shall be the physical authentic original recorded and reproducible instrument of publication of an official requirement by obligation of Law of the Society that a party named in any legal process concerning the laws of the Society affecting their rights, obligations or duties to be made aware of this process.
(i) Public Notice shall be any valid Notice given to the Members of the Society by any agency or legislative body in a rulemaking or lawmaking proceeding through some public means of pronouncement including (but not limited to) official gazette, newspapers, public web sites, radio and television; and
(iii) Constructive Notice shall be the promulgation of notice by public notice and/or actual notice in such a manner that another man/woman or entity or association or corporation is presumed to have knowledge of the matter even if no acknowledgment has been received.
The most authoritative and highest Official Gazette is the Ucadia Gazette, published by Divine Authority in accordance with the canons of Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum and the sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum and is the Official Newspaper of Record for UCADIA and a modern, efficient way to disseminate and record official, regulatory and lawful information in print, online and electronic forms.
In Western-Roman Law, international law and the laws of the Society, the production of a copy of the Official Gazette of the Society, published under authority, containing a copy of the order, announcement or adjudication is evidence of the fact.
(v) That the form and information has been checked and approved.
The Society reserves the right to decline or reject any proposed Public Notices requested to be published in the Ucadia Gazette which include errors, in particular the following most common forms of error being”
(ii) The name of the Estate, Trust, Person or Member is different to what is recorded against the account or previous published documents through the difference of case, additional words (of, clan, prefix etc) or less words (missing name etc); or
(iv) The register number for the day and time does not properly match the day/time selector, or the Roman day/time is different; or
(v) The use of a Latin signature at the end of a document does not match the proper maxim and style, or includes incorrect location information or year information.