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A charter is a document or a set of documents that outline the rules, ordinances and customs of a group.
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A '''charter''' is a document or a set of documents that outline the [[rule]]s, ordinances and [[custom]]s of a [[group]].
   
Depending upon the group charters can widely vary from a very loose set of guidelines to hard and fast rules that are stringently enforced.
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Depending upon the group, charters can widely vary from a very loose set of guidelines to hard and fast rules that are stringently enforced.
   
Charters in the [[SCA]] are usually drawn up when a group is formed and is ratified either by the group, the local Baronage or by the Royality of the [[Kingdom]] the group participates in.
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Charters in the [[SCA]] are usually drawn up when a group is formed and is ratified either by the group, the local [[Baron]]age or by the [[Royalty]] of the [[Kingdom]] the group participates in.
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Latest revision as of 10:00, 10 September 2010

A charter is a document or a set of documents that outline the rules, ordinances and customs of a group.

Depending upon the group, charters can widely vary from a very loose set of guidelines to hard and fast rules that are stringently enforced.

Charters in the SCA are usually drawn up when a group is formed and is ratified either by the group, the local Baronage or by the Royalty of the Kingdom the group participates in.