All Great Officers shall pledge fealty to the current Crown.
All Lesser Officers may pledge fealty to the current Crown.
Each territorial Baron and Baroness shall pledge fealty to the current Crown.
All Peers of Lochac have the right to offer fealty to the Crown. If they are unable to do so in person, they may, if they choose, offer their fealty to the current Crown through the Baron/Baroness of the territory in which they reside as the Crown's representative.
No subject of Lochac shall be required to pledge fealty to any branch below the level of a Principality, nor to any individual save the Crown of Lochac.
No statement which suggests or advocates violation of fealty to the Kingdom shall be used, by any person, group or entity in Lochac. Fighters advocating such violations shall at once be forbidden to participate in any Society combat. Officers advocating such violations shall at once be suspended from office. If an entire branch advocates such violations, it shall be suspended. The above suspensions and restrictions shall remain until they have been considered in Curia by the Crown or Its appointed representatives, at which point the suspensions shall be lifted or confirmed. At the same occasion, other penalties may be assessed, if such is the pleasure of the Crown. Any restriction, suspensions, or other penalties assessed will be forwarded by the Crown to the Board of Directors of the Society if necessary to ensure their enforcement.
In accordance with the guidelines of the SCA, all people attending official SCA events shall be wearing an attempt at a style of dress from the period 600AD to 1600AD
There will be no untended naked flames (candles, campfires) at camping events.
Guy ropes of all tents should be white, or clearly marked with a white flag on each guy to prevent accidents.
Anyone having a dispute with, or grievance against another in Lochac shall first attempt to settle the matter as follows:
The person shall hold a direct and private discussion with the other and attempt to come to a resolution.
If the matter cannot be resolved, the person shall bring the matter to the attention of the most appropriate local officer, or the Seneschal if there is no appropriate local officer. If the dispute is with someone outside the local area, the dispute will be brought to the Kingdom officer. If the grievance is against a landed Baron or Baroness, the dispute will be brought directly to the Crown. The relevant officer should then attempt to arbitrate a resolution.
If the dispute cannot be settled at a local level, it should be brought to the attention of the most appropriate Kingdom Officer. The relevant officer should then attempt to arbitrate a resolution.
If the dispute is of such magnitude that all steps above have failed and a formal complaint is necessary, copies of such complaints shall be sent to the person being complained against, the local Seneschal, the Seneschal, and the Crown via the Seneschal. Complaints against any officer shall be directed to the officer's superior in addition to the above.