Codex Juris Novae Romae

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Legislation on the responsibilities and regulation on the various magistrates. The basis of which is founded in [http://www.novaroma.org/nr/Lex_Cornelia_Domitia_de_re_publica_constituenda_(Nova_Roma)#IV._Magistrates ''Article IV''] of the ''[[Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda (Nova Roma)|Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda]]''.
  
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:About the reestablishment the ancient prohibitions of ''prorogatio, continuatio'' and ''cumulatio''. The legislation provides direction on when elections must be called and offices formally filled.  
  
;[[Lex Vedia de cursu honorum (Nova Roma)|Lex Vedia de cursu honorum]] : About the qualifications for holding magistracies.
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Revision as of 09:53, 18 October 2021

Introduction to the Codex

The Codex Juris Novae Romae presents the leges of Nova Roma by dividing them by subjects, presenting a succinct version (meaning, with all the changes intervened during the years) of each law, with links to the amending texts and expunging the abrogated laws.

This is not an official record of laws, merely a helpful guide. Citizens should refer to the Tabularium of Nova Roma for official information. An alternate way to search through all active leges is through the library of laws 'In Force'. An inclusive list suitable for in-line searches of all active leges 'In Force' can be found on this active leges page.

Contents

Laws of Nova Roma

The Constitution of Nova Roma

The Constitution of Nova Roma is the highest legislative lex.

The constitution of Nova Roma. Defining the objectives and constitutional framework of Nova Roma.
A special case in legislation; it modifies the above lex to make it the permanent, regular constitution of Nova Roma.

Cives

Legislation on citizens' status and rights. The basis of which is founded in Article II of the Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda.

About the prohibition of processing new citizenship during a comitial election or vote.
About adding, altering or substituting any portion of a civis' Roman name. Is modified by the Lex Labiena de nominibus mutandis.
About the classification between taxpayers and non-taxpayers and their respective status. Modified by the Lex Curiatia Iulia de tributo virginum vestalium, the Senatus consultum ultimum de tributis alio modo solutis Q. Arrio (III) A. Tullia coss., the Senatus consultum ultimum de classibus et centuriis et tribubus, and the Senatus consultum ultimum on a special authorization to elevate meritorious citizens to the equestrian order.
About consistency of the gender of a civis' Roman name. It modifies the Lex Cornelia et Maria de mutandis nominibus.
About the award of Latinist as a title. It is modified by the Lex Cornelia de Arminia de fovenda lingua Latina corrigenda.
About the probationary period and citizen examinations for new citizens. It is modified by the Senatus Consultum on the Reinstatement of the Lex Equitia de Tirocinio Civium Novorum.
On the legal status and rights of citizens.
About citizens resigning their citizenship and the consequences of these decisions. Modified by Lex Cornelia de civitate eiuranda.
About the privacy of citizen data and rights of access.
About the tax excemption for Vestal virgins. It modifies the Lex Vedia de assiduis et capite censis.
About the award of Census Points to citizens.
About the tax exemption status for Latinists. It modifies the Lex Arminia de fovenda lingua latina.
Creation and admission to the Equestrian Order. Modified by Senatus consultum ultimum de tributis alio modo solutis Q. Arrio (III) A. Tullia coss., the Senatus consultum ultimum de classibus et centuriis et tribubus, and the Senatus consultum ultimum on a special authorization to elevate meritorious citizens to the equestrian order.
About the impact of resigning citizenship. It modifies the Lex Minucia Moravia de civitate eiuranda.
About the definitions and process to appoint citizens to the Equestrian Order and how it is maintained.
About the types of equestrian order, description of tax-payers and their allocoation to classes and tribes.
About the current tax rates and thresholds for the equestrian order, reenactors and latinists.
About the reinstatement of the Lex Equitia de tirocinio civium novorum.

Comitia

Legislation on the management and conduct of Comitia. The basis of which is founded in Article III of the Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda.

Comitia Centuriata

About the procedures by which the Comitia Centuriata shall be called to order, conduct voting, and certify the process.

Comitia Plebis Tributa

About the procedures by which the Comitia Plebis Tributa shall conduct the business of electing magistrates, voting on leges, and voting to convict or acquit citizens brought to trial before it.

Comitia Populi Tributa

About the procedures by which the Comitia Populi Tributa shall conduct the business of electing magistrates, voting on leges, and voting to convict or acquit citizens brought to trial before it.

Gentes and Familiae

Legislation directly pertaining to family rights and responsibilities. The basis of which is founded in Article II.D. of the Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda.

About the registration of gentes, patresfamiliae and matresfamiliae with the Office of Censors.
About the conditions to be met for the Praetores to act in loco parentis.

Tribes and Centuries

Magistrates

Legislation on the responsibilities and regulation on the various magistrates. The basis of which is founded in Article IV of the Lex Cornelia Domitia de re publica constituenda.

All Magistrates

About the oath that the magistrates have to take to assume their offices.
About the number of times a person may hold certain elected magistracies during a specified time period.
About the reestablishment the ancient prohibitions of prorogatio, continuatio and cumulatio. The legislation provides direction on when elections must be called and offices formally filled.
About the minimum age and required status to run for and hold specific magistracies.

Magisterial Decrees (Edicta)

Lex Vedia de ratione edictorum 
About the guidelines for the issuance of magisterial edicta.
Lex Arminia de ratione edictorum 
About the guidelines for the issuance of magisterial edicta.

Censores, their powers and duties

Lex Fabia de censu 
About the procedures to be followed for the Census.

Consuls, their powers and duties

Lex Iunia de Temporum Definitione Consulatuum 
About the number of times a person may hold the office of consul during a specified time period.

Implicitly abrogated by the Lex Cornelia Iunia de Temporum Deinitone Magistratuum

Tribunes, their powers and duties

Lex Labiena de intercessione 
About the process by which tribuni plebis may use their power of intercessio.
Lex Didia Gemina de potestate tribunicia 
About the powers of the tribunes.

Vigintisexviri, their powers and duties

Lex Vedia de vigintisexviris 
About the creation of the Curator Araeneum, Curator Differum, two Rogatores and delineating their functions.
Lex Labienia de iure edicendi vigintisexvirorum 
About the decrees of the vigintisexviri

Apparitores, their powers and duties

Lex Vedia apparitoria 
About the creation of the decuria of apparitores and delineating their functions.

Senate

Lex Vedia senatoria 
About the guidelines by which the censors may add names to the list of Senators which they maintain.
Lex Octavia de senatoribus 
About membership in the Senate.
Lex Moravia de renuntiatione senatus actorum 
About the procedures for reporting the Senate's call to order and the results of its meetings

Sacred Colleges

Pontifex Experience and Service Decretum 
Prerequisites for inclusion as a Pontifex.
Collegium Pontificum minimum requirements 
Directive concerning expectations of involvement and responsibilities in order to retain the official Priesthood status.
Priesthood assidui status requirement 
About the requirement to hold assidui Citizen status in order to retain the official Priesthood status.
Decretum Pro Qui in Collegium Pontificum et Collegium Augurum 
About the rules and procedures for what positions exist within the collegium pontificum and collegium augurum, who may present candidates for consideration for those offices, and other relevant information regarding them.
Decretum de ratione pontificum collegii 
About the rules and procedures for discussion and the taking of votes in the collegium pontificum.
Decretum de ratione augurum 
About the rules and procedures for discussion and the taking of votes in the collegium augurum.
Decretum collegii pontificum et augurum de iure auspicandi et tripudio 
Decretum pontificum de ratione comitiorum curiatorum 
About the rules and procedures for the actions of the comitia curiata.
Decretum Pontificum about the liturgical language 
About the official liturgical language in Nova Roma.

Judicial matters

Lex Salicia iudiciaria 
About the judicial system in Nova Roma.
Lex Salicia poenalis 
About crimes and punishments.
Lex Equitia Galeria de legibus ex post pactis 
About the status of ex post facto laws.
Decretum Pontificum about the crime of blasphemy 
About the crime of blasphemy.

Sodalitates

Lex Cassia de creatione sodalitatum 
About the creation of sodalitates

the Forum

Lex Octavia de sermone 
About the Forum of Nova Roma.
Lex Labiena de custodia perpetua fori 
About the prorogatio of the moderators.

Various subjects

Lex Cornelia de tempore publico constituendo 
About the standard time in Nova Roma.
Lex Cornelia de linguis publicis 
About the official languages of Nova Roma and relative measures.
Decretum Pontificum about the Nova Roma calendar 
About the Nova Roman official calendar.
Lex Fabia de oppidis et municipiis 
About Nova Roman local communities.
Lex Aurelia de legionibus 
About the various types of Nova Roma legion reenactment groups.
Lex Aurelia de familiis gladiatoriis et ludis gladiatoriis 
About the various types of Nova Roma gladiator reenactment groups.
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