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Kayle Ravelle    217




Citizens of Altis, to properly enforce laws within our territory, we at HAVOC believe they must be made common knowledge, so that no man, woman or child can claim wilful ignorance of our customs.

Section 1 - HAVOC Territory Laws and Regulations:

- Killing in cold blood or through calculation is illegal - killing in self-defence is permitted provided innocence can be proven.

- Armed robbery, motor vehicle theft, mugging, petty theft and theft by deception are all entirely outlawed within HAVOC territory.

- All shipwrecks within HAVOC waters are considered property of HAVOC - attempting to salvage from them is classified as grand larceny against our organisation.

- Displaying physical hostility towards any and all visa holders within HAVOC territory is strictly illegal.

- Driving an MRAP (Hunter or Ifrit) in HAVOC territory is strictly forbidden. 

- Refusal to land an aerial transportation vehicle at the HAVOC checkpoint or when provided with warning shots from HAVOC personnel is considered wilful defiance of Governmental orders.

- All entrants must purchase an entry or work visa upon arrival within HAVOC territory - these are available at the passport center in Pyrgos or at the HAVOC checkpoint.

- All entrants must provide proof of identification and all relevant documents when requested by a member of HAVOC.

- All entrants wishing to work - either by gathering or processing resources within HAVOC territory must purchase a work visa before starting to work.

- All taxes on harvested or processed goods must be paid when requested by HAVOC personnel.

- All vehicles must drive on the left side of the road at all times - with the exception of overtake manoeuvres.

- No silencers may be used or placed upon weapons at any time.

- No facial coverings may be worn at any time - disfigurement, comfort or being generally unattractive are not excuses to be used against this rule.


Section 2 - Sanctions for wrongdoers.

Breaking the law within HAVOC territory can result in the application of any or all of the following:

- Confiscation of weaponry and equipment.

- Confiscation of motor vehicle or aerial transportation.

- Confiscation of goods.

- Fines - Listed in Section 3.

- Deportation.

- Forced detention within the HAVOC checkpoint or any other governmental facility.

- Removal and temporary blacklisting from confirmed visa status. Attempted access will result in denial of your visa application.

- Marooning.

- Immediate cessation of all rights and protections listed in Section 1.

- Failure to comply with all above sanctions or showing open hostility to HAVOC personnel can also result in: Summary Execution.

Transportation or expedition from HAVOC territory is not guaranteed for the remains of those executed as above. The next of kin of said individual may make a retrieval request through HAVOC high command and/or purchase a work visa for corpse collection. In the latter instance, transportation for the remains must be arranged by those caring for the deceased.


Section 3 - Fines and fees.

Any of the crimes listed in Section 1 can be subject to fines based on the outlook of any HAVOC officer involved. These fines can vary as follows:

- Excessive Speed/Dangerous Driving: £10,000 - £50,000

- Improper Road Use: £10,000 - £25,000

- Silencer equipped on weapon: £10,000 - £50,000 - Depending on calibre of gun. The silencer will also be confiscated.

- Wearing a facial covering: £10,000 - £25,000 - Will also result in confiscation.

- Possession of extracted/mined/processed goods without relevant visa authorisation: £50,000 - £150,000

- Wilful  disobedience of direct requests/orders from HAVOC personnel: £10,000 - £100,000

- Trespassing within HAVOC military structures - £250,000

- Crossing the border without authorisation - £250,000

Fees for various services rendered:

- Entry Visa: £25,000

- Work Visa: £50,000

- Tax on material transportation when leaving HAVOC territory: £10,000 - £25,000

- Tax on narcotic transportation when leaving HAVOC territory: £25,000 - £75,000

- Hiring HAVOC for protection during material runs: £50,000 - £100,000 per soldier.

- Hiring HAVOC for protection during narcotic runs: £100,000 - £200,000 per soldier.

- Seeking solace within HAVOC lands while under active police/criminal pursuit: £250,000 per person.

HAVOC reserves the right to increase or alter any and all of the above laws, regulations, fines and fees without prior notice at any time. All HAVOC personnel are subject to the same rigorous standards as civilians within HAVOC territory.



Colonel Kayle Ravelle.




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