Senatus consultum on remission of the tax in the favour of L. Equitius Cincinnatus Augur (Nova Roma)
SENATUS CONSULTUM ON REMISSION OF THE TAX IN THE FAVOUR OF LUCIUS EQUITIUS CINCINNATUS AUGUR
I. The Senate recognizing the manifest injustice done to him during the course of a process styled a “trial” in 2761 A.U.C. hereby authorizes the censors to record in the Album civium that Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Augur is to be credited with three full years of tax remission.
II. The period of remission is equal to the three years, 2762 A.U.C. to 2764 A.U.C. inclusive, that Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Augur remained subject to this injustice.
III. The Senate further authorizes the censors to additionally register Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Augur as being of assidui status for the remainder of the current tax year (2764 A.U.C. to 2765 A.U.C), in recognition of the period of nine months in 2761 A.U.C. that he was subject to this injustice.
IV. The monetary rate at which this credit shall be valued shall be equal to whatever the monetary amount of tax that would have been due and payable by Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Augur during any tax period when such credit is redeemed by him in lieu of paying tax.
V. Any such redeemed credit at section IV shall be in full and final settlement of any amount due, for the tax year in which it was redeemed, in order to qualify for assidui status