- All debate shall be directed to the Speaker. No Deputy is to directly speak to another Deputy in official debate.
- On the floor of the Chamber all Deputies shall be referred to as The Honorable followed by their name or noble title. No Deputy shall be addressed in any other fashion.
- Upon submission of the votes of a majority of the Deputies a bill or motion may be passed or rejected immediately based on the votes submitted without being required to wait for all the remaining Deputies to vote or for time to expire for voting. Should the remaining votes be necessary to resolve a question fairly then this rule may not be invoked. Necessity to resolve fairly shall be defined as stating that the remaining votes that have not been submitted may swing the vote for a bill or motion in any direction. In the event that a bill is resolved under this rule then the votes not submitted shall count as abstaining votes.
- Any Deputy may request an open vote. An open vote shall be a vote were the Deputies shall vote publicly (by posting their vote as a reply on the thread for a bill) rather than privately in a forum poll. For a vote to be open the motion to have an open vote must be seconded by another Deputy.
- The use of profane language will not be permitted on the floor of the Chamber of Deputies. The definition of profane shall be determined by the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies.
- The Speaker of the Chamber shall have the power to punish any Deputy for breaking decorum on the floor of the Chamber of Deputies. Punishment may range from not being allowed to vote on a certain number of proposals to not being allowed to propose policies for a set period of time. Expulsion from the Chamber shall not be a possible punishment.
- Should any Deputy feel that any other Deputy has failed to abide properly by the rules set forth for the procedure of the Chamber they may call a point of order against the offending Deputy. In the event that a point of order is called the Speaker of the Chamber shall render their opinion on the issue and either punish the offending Deputy if protocol has been breached or dismiss the point of order.
- The Chamber of Deputies shall reserve the right to alter these procedures in the future. Any future amendments to these rules must be passed with a two-thirds (2/3) majority of Parliament.
His Imperial and Most Serene Majesty Brayden I, by the Grace of God, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of Kirkland, King of Kirkland, Grand Duke of Alovia, Duke of Valoria and Symphona, Marquess and Head of the Most Noble and Ancient House of Drown, Earl of Drakon, Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Golden Eagle, Sovereign of the Noble Order of the Blue Garter, Sovereign of the Most Honorable Order of the White Stag, Sovereign of the Most Venerable Order of Saint Michael, Sovereign of the Most Excellent Order of the Silver Horn, Sovereign of the Distinguished Order of Merit, Knight of the Golden Eagle, Knight of Saint Thomas