Lex Equitia de civitate eiuranda (Nova Roma)
This lex has been REPEALED.
I. The Lex Cornelia et Maria de civitate eiuranda is hereby amended as follows:
- A. Section III is hereby annulled.
- B. Section V is hereby altered to read as follows:
- 1. The ex-citizen, in the event that he desires to reacquire citizenship, must apply in the same fashion as any other person desirous of citizenship would, with the exception that he/she is directed to state in his/her application the reasons behind his/her resignation and decision to reverse the resignation and come back. His/her Roman name may be resumed if no other citizen of Nova Roma has taken it up in his/her absence.
- 2. As offices are de facto resigned when Citizenship is resigned, no public offices held at the time of resignation automatically carry over to the returning citizen, with the exception of any religious title and corresponding century points that may be specified by the Collegium Pontificum.
- 3. Any titles, honors and effects of past offices, or century points carry over to the returning citizen only after a period of six months, with the exception of any religious title and corresponding century points that may be specified by the Collegium Pontificum.
- 4. Senatorial status may be resumed at the discretion of the Censores collegially.
- 5. Gens affiliation in all instances remains at the discretion of the pater or materfamilias.
- C. Section VI is hereby altered to read as follows:
- 1. If a citizen resigns, is subsequently reinstated, and resigns a second time, that ex-citizen is barred for two years from reinstatement.
Repealed by Lex Minucia Moravia de civitate eiuranda, a.d. III Non. Mai. MDCCLIX (05 May 2006)