Possessions are defined as objects, something that can be purchased. It can be a vehicle (ground car, flitter, spaceship, a house, land, weapons, jewelery, privately created intellectual property (poetry, music, songs books, programs), currency, and loans.
A Jael can purchase possessions, while they may be loaned to a Ruoka (House), Punla (Family) or individual, they are still the property of the Jael. It is uncommon for a Jael to loan possessions to non-members. Purchases of possessions must be approved by the membership. Typically a simple majority is required. The disposition, sale or gifting of possessions likewise must be approved by the membership.
Manufactured items, or intellectual property that the Jael compensated the creator for even if a member are possessions of the Jael.
A Rouka can purchase and own possessions. The possessions can be used, loaned to any member of the Rouka. Small purchases are approved by the senior members of the Rouka. Large purchases such as land, ships, houses, require the majority approval of the adult members. This is also true for disposition of possessions.
Citizens of the Clan can purchase possessions, or receive them as gifts. They can use them as they wish, and may dispose of them in whatever manner they choose. They can also bequeath them in accordance with CO-5.1.
Manufactured items, or intellectual property that the person creates that they did not receive kâbolelpa (wages) is their possession.
A business is typically an independent entity legally speaking. They can purchase possessions, and disposition is at the discretion of the owner or board of owners.
Manufactured items, or intellectual property that the Jael compensated the creator for even if a member are possessions of the Business.
Stealing within the clan is defined as depriving a person of their rightful property.
A person who knowingly takes another citizen's possessions with the intent to keep them without permission, is guilty of Stealing.
A person who knowingly takes takes possessions from a Jael or Ruoka without permission, is guilty of Stealing.
A person who takes someone's property and gives or sells it to another person is guilty of stealing.
The same is true if the person takes possessions from a Jael or Ruoka.
A person who unknowingly purchases or accepts property that was stolen under CO-2.2 pr CO-2.2.1 is not guilty of stealing.
The intentional destruction of another entity's property or possession is a crime. The responsible party or parties must make retribution. Failure to make full restitution will result in prosecution and possible incarceration.
The unintentional destruction of another entity's property or possession may be a crime if the person can be found culpable. The degree of culpability will determine what form of restitution must be made.
The clan believes that a person has a legal responsibility to use items entrusted to them to perform their job wisely. This includes ensuring their safekeeping.
Starships that are lost directly due to the actions of the Tin'ta (Ship commander) can be a violation of the Codex. The matter must be taken before the Tanoi (Council) for determination.
Losing possessions supplied to a person due to negligence or carelessness is a violation of the codex. The owning entity has the legal right to full compensation to replace the lost items.