Pactum De Singularis Caelum
Covenant of One Heaven
Article 130 - Treaties, Deeds & Agreements
The Society of One Heaven does not need to enter into any treaty, nor is permitted to enter into any treaty as all other societies and claims of rights are automatically subservient to it, or are part ot it.
For the purpose of trade and commerce, members are permitted to issue a condensed Deed of Trust representing the lawful creation and conveyance of property from their Divine Trust to their True Trust in accordance with this covenant and associated canons.
A valid Deed of Trust must contain the following information:
i. A Preamble, also known as the Exordium detailing the nature of the conveyance consistent with this covenant and associated canons; and
ii. Recitals, also known as Recitatum detailing the definitions and interpretation of the Deed consistent with this covenant and associated canons; and
iii. Agreement, also known as Pactum in which terms and the duties of trustee, function and administration of the trust are properly defined consistent with this covenant and associated canons; and
iv. Execution of Deed, also known as the Decretum in which the Trustee signs using their thumbprint in red ink, witnessed by at least two other parties.