lore:unc

For any vessel to enjoy a protection provided by International Law, that vessel must include identifying National tags and/or Designations in a broadcast (beacon or antenna) visible to at least 15km. Designations should be placed before the National tag. For the purposes of International Law, the complete string broadcast is referred to as the Transponder. Any vessel traveling or operating without a valid Transponder broadcast cannot enjoy any protections defined in International Law.

Example:[PAL] [CONS] Weeping Somnambulist

For a vessel to be classified as "on duty" and protected by relevant International Law, it must additionally be broadcasting at the front of its Transponder the universal on-duty indicator symbol: %.

Example:% [PAL] [CONS] Weeping Somnambulist

Any vessel operating on a Primary Assistance League service call {traveling to, performing service(s), and traveling away} is not to be impeded, fired upon, or unduly hindered unless and wherein modified by other Statutes of International Law. While on a PAL service call a vessel must broadcast a legal Transponder as defined in the Identification Statute. Any Nation’s Citizen that is found to impede, fire upon, or unduly hinder a PAL vessel protected by this Statute shall face a Direct Penalty of 500 million credits plus the estimated cost of asset restoration to the violated PAL member.

Any Transnational Trade Network vessel operating in the course of normal trade is not to be impeded, fired upon, or unduly hindered unless and wherein modified by other Statutes of International Law. While conducting trade activities a vessel must must broadcast a legal Transponder as defined in the Identification Statute. Any Nation’s Citizen that is found to impede, fire upon, or unduly hinder a TTN vessel protected by this Statute shall face a Direct Penalty of 100 million credits plus the estimated cost of asset restoration to the violated TTN member.

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