00 month 2755


Since the establishment of the office of Curule Aedile in antiquity, the Curule Aedile has been charged with maintaining fair and just business practices within the marketplaces of Roma. Nova Roman citizens deserve the same assurances of fair dealing as their fellow Roman citizens of antiquity, and promise of redress in the event of grievance.


  1. Any Nova Roman citizen may seek justice from the Curule Aediles in the event they feel they have been dealt with unfairly in any marketplace operating under the authority of Nova Roma.
  2. Marketplaces under this edict include world wide web based businesses operated by members of the Ordo Equester, businesses operating at sponsored Nova Roma events, and any other business activity carried out with express knowledge that Nova Roma citizens are involved, whether by Nova Roma citizens or by associates who knowingly do business with Nova Roma.
  3. The Curule Aedile shall examine charges brought by citizens, and shall determine whether an investigation into the charges and specifications is warranted.
  4. If investigation of a charge reveals probable wrongdoing, the Curule Aedile shall prosecute directly for minor offenses against the Constitution of Nova Roma and the Mos Maiorum, prosecuting these cases in the Comitia Populi Tributa. Major offenses shall be remanded to the Praetors and Consuls, and in those cases where macro-national law is involved, to local civil legal authority.
  5. This edictum becomes effective immediately.

Given on the third of June, in the year of the consulship of Marcus Octavius Germanicus and Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix, 2755 AUC.

Caeso Fabius Quintilianus
Senior Curule Aedile

Caeso Fabius Quintilianus
Senator et Senior Curule Aedile
Propraetor of Thule
AUCTOR LEGIONIS, Legio VII "Res Publica"


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