Form is the shape, appearance and properties of an Object or Concept attributed through valid action or ritual in accordance with the Canons of Law that follow this Canon.
Form is never the Object or Concept itself, but the meaning and properties attributed to an Object or Concept through valid action or ritual. Therefore, all Form is fictional.
The seven (7) valid Forms existing in Law, are Being, Person, Species, Animal, Plant, Notion and Thing.
An Object or Concept without valid Form has no Existence in Law.
Any absence, mistake or error of action or ritual associated with Form shall render it defective, abrogated, or null to the extent of the severity of deficiency in accordance with these Canons.
Such claims as length of existence, custom, consent and first claim have no effect in limiting any defectiveness of Form.
Any Form derived through action or ritual contrary to the prescript of a valid Canon is therefore reprobate, suppressed and not permitted to be revived.
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