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Treaty of Teldrin

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The Treaty of Teldrin is an agreement between the Imperial Republic of Shireroth and the Kingdom of Ransenar that recognized the independence of Ransenar, cemented its boundaries, and established freedom of commerce and navigation between both nations.

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TREATY OF TELDRIN

between the

IMPERIAL REPUBLIC OF SHIREROTH

and the

KINGDOM OF RANSENAR

The Imperial Republic of Shireroth and the Kingdom of Ransenar, desiring to establish between themselves a relationship based on mutual respect, cooperation, and friendship, do convene their trusted officials and representatives in the city of Teldrin, as follows:

FOR RANSENAR:

  • Regent and Lord Protector Ruadh Aldric;
  • Lord High Steward and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sean O’Callaghan;
  • Official Representative from the Ransenari Congress Tiernan Lennon.

FOR SHIREROTH:

  • Lady Soraya II of Octavius-Parini, the Count Palatine of Kezan, Imperial Steward;
  • Lord Chrysostom Wythe, Imperial Minister of the Exterior.

The High Contracting Parties, the Imperial Republic of Shireroth and the Kingdom of Ransenar, do hereby agree to the following terms:

ARTICLE I.

  • There shall be a Perpetual State of mutual recognition and friendship between the Imperial Republic of Shireroth and the Kingdom of Ransenar. The two aforementioned nations shall be committed to a peaceful resolution of any and all issues that may occur to estrange and otherwise alienate them one from the other.
  • The Imperial Republic of Shireroth extends full recognition of the freedom, sovereignty, and independence of the Kingdom of Ransenar, and it relinquishes any and all claims to the government, property, and territorial rights of the same, and every part thereof.
  • The Imperial Republic of Shireroth extends full recognition and acknowledgment to the boundaries established by the Kingdom of Ransenar as expressed in the map attached to Schedule I of this Treaty.
  • Each High Contracting Party shall always accord equitable treatment to the persons, property, enterprises, and other interests of nationals and companies of the other High Contracting Party.
  • Between the territories of the two High Contracting Parties there shall be, in accordance with the provisions of the present Treaty and the laws of the High Contracting Parties, freedom of commerce and navigation.

ARTICLE II.

  • The High Contracting Parties, nor any officers, individuals or other agents acting under the authority of any government, organization or individual of or within either High Contracting Party, shall commit any form of hostile, aggressive, subversive or destabilizing act against the other, nor against any individuals, organizations or property under either nation's sovereign jurisdiction or control, including damage or disruption to any goods, products or services that may be provided by third parties. Both High Contracting Parties shall refrain from any aggressive, belligerent, or hostile act or policy, either overtly or covertly, directed against the other.
  • The Kingdom of Ransenar rejects and refuses to back any pretenders to the Golden Mango Throne, recognizing that the true line of succession to the Golden Mago Throne rests on Kaiseress Salome I, and her heirs or successors.

ARTICLE III.

  • The nationals of each of the High Contracting Parties shall be permitted to enter, travel and reside in the territories of the other; to exercise liberty of conscience and freedom of worship; to engage in professional, scientific, religious, philanthropic, manufacturing and commercial work of every kind without interference; to carry on every form of commercial activity which is not forbidden by the local law; to employ agents of their choice, and generally to do anything incidental to or necessary for the enjoyment of any of the foregoing privileges upon the same terms as nationals of the country of residence or as nationals of the nation hereafter to be most favored by it, submitting themselves to all local laws and regulations duly established.
  • The nationals of each of the High Contracting Parties within the territories of the other shall be permitted to own, erect or lease and occupy appropriate buildings and to lease lands for residential, scientific, religious, philanthropic, manufacturing, commercial and mortuary purposes upon the same terms as nationals of the country.
  • As regards the acquisition, possession, and disposition of immovable property, except as regards the leasing of lands for specified purposes provided for in the foregoing paragraph, the nationals of each of the High Contracting Parties shall enjoy in the territory of the other, subject to reciprocity, the treatment generally accorded to foreigners by the laws of the place where the property is situated.
  • The nationals of either High Contracting Party within the territories of the other shall not be subjected to the payment of any internal charges or taxes other or higher than those that are exacted of and paid by its nationals.

The nationals of each High Contracting Party shall enjoy the freedom of access to the courts of justice of the other on conforming to the local laws, as well for the prosecution as for the defense of their rights, and in all degrees of jurisdiction established by law.

  • The nationals of each High Contracting Party shall receive within the territories of the other, upon submitting to conditions imposed upon its nationals, the most constant protection, and security for their persons and property, and shall enjoy in this respect that degree of protection that is required by international law. Their property shall not be taken without due process of law and without payment of just compensation.
  • Nothing contained in this Treaty shall be construed to affect existing statutes of either of the High Contracting Parties in relation to the immigration of aliens or the right of either of the High Contracting Parties to enact such statutes.

ARTICLE V.

  • There shall be freedom of transit through the territories and waterways of each High Contracting Party by the routes most convenient for international transit:
    • for nationals of the other High Contracting Party, together with their baggage;
    • for other persons, together with their baggage, en route to or from the territories of such other High Contracting Party; and
    • for products of any origin en route to or from the territories of such other High Contracting Party.
  • Such persons and things in transit shall be exempt from customs duties, from duties imposed by reason of transit, and from unreasonable charges and requirements; and shall be free from unnecessary delays and restrictions.

ARTICLE VI.

  • The High Contracting Parties shall respect the diplomatic envoys of each other, their diplomatic correspondence and their offices, as well as all other government structures of each other.
  • The High Contracting Parties shall recognize any titles and other honors granted by their respective Governments citizens and to other persons, and vice versa.
  • The signatory Nations may appoint ambassadors, consuls, or envoys to the other in order to foster good relations. The host nation shall reserve the right to expel an ambassador or envoy found to have committed any activities that are in contravention of either any part of this Treaty or its own laws.

ARTICLE VII.

This Treaty may only be amended, revised, enlarged and expanded upon the concurrence of both Parties. Any contrary action or measure shall be null and void.

ARTICLE VIII.

This Treaty shall enter into force upon ratification by both High Contracting Party' governments as constitutionally stipulated.

ARTICLE IX.

Either party may withdraw from this Treaty provided that seven Gregorian days' written notice (defined as a post on the forums or wiki pages of both nations by the withdrawing nation's head of state, ratified by whatever legislative procedures are necessary) is given.

SCHEDULE I. Officially recognized claim of the Kingdom of Ransenar by the Imperial Regency.
Official claim of the Kingdom of Ransenar as recognized by the Imperial Republic of Shireroth.
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SIGNED FOR THE KINGDOM OF RANSENAR:

  • Regent and Lord Protector Ruadh Aldric;
  • Lord High Steward and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sean O’Callaghan;
  • Official Representative from the Ransenari Congress Tiernan Lennon.

SIGNED FOR THE IMPERIAL REPUBLIC OF SHIREROTH:

  • Lady Soraya II of Octavius-Parini, the Count Palatine of Kezan, Imperial Steward;
  • Lord Chrysostom Wythe, Imperial Minister of the Exterior.

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