I. Introductory provisions
1.1 Introductory Provisions
Article 2 - Sovereign Law
Sovereign Law is the body of statutes and ordinances of an ecclesiastical, sovereign or political entity issued by proper authority in accordance with these canons for the moderation of trusts and estates by sovereigns also known as General Executor(s). As valid Sovereign Law is in accordance with these Canons, the word Canon is equivalent to describing valid Sovereign Law.
As Sovereign Law ultimately refers to rules created by men and women, not natural or divine, all valid Sovereign Law may be said to be Positive Law and derived from Positive Law. Therefore, a Positive Law cannot abrogate, suspend, nor change a Natural Law or Cognitive Law. Nor is it possible for a Positive Law, Cognitive Law or Natural Law to abrogate, suspend or change a Divine Law.