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HRH Princess Leia of Alderaan has passed away.
And what sort of royalist fanatic have you become that you use a title
from a vaporized planet?
Is it recognized that a State as a fount of honours dissolves, AND
honours held as of the destruction by hereditary right or by living
persons who survive the destruction by being elsewhere at the time,
disappear by destruction of the territory?
As of yet,there have been no precedents relating to destroyed planets.
No planets, as of yet.
On a fine spring evening, viz 10th of April, 1815, HM the Sultan Muhammad of Pekat and HM the Sultan Abdul Gafur of Tambora died at their respective palaces, along with every other person present anywhere else in either of the said Realms.
The ash fields under a few m of which the Sultans and their people were buried remained above sea level, though.
Did such subjects of Pekat and Tambora as were absent abroad during the eruption retain any property rights to ash fields beneath which their homes and lands lay?
How did the citizenship and nobility status of surviving (abroad) subjects and nobles of Pekat and Tambora compare with the nobility status of surviving people whose founts of honour, namely King Joachim of Naples and Emperor Napoleon of France, were overthrown by human action in the same year of 1815?