Pactum De Singularis Caelum
Covenant of One Heaven
Objects (Unique Collective)
Article 59 - Officium
The word “Officium” originally comes from Latin and means “official duty and service; attention to duty; ceremonial function and duty”.
When anyone references, writes or speaks of Officium, or Office, or Officers, or Official Authority specifically or in general as a quality, force, action, power, authority or any other manifestation, it shall mean this body and the powers vested in it and no other.
An office not uniquely named within the present Covenant or associated Covenants and Charters may still receive the valid authority of Officium by the gift or grant of such power through the exercise of power and authority of an office that has been granted such power by the present Covenant.
An office must possess valid Officium to then manage or administer any form of Land, Property or Rights. This is because all land, all property and all ownership of all objects and concepts is vested in the Divine Creator of the Universe and Existence and then granted as a power and authority to duly appointed officials.