This page describes our Intellectual Property (IP) Policies including our Trademarks and Copyright Policy concerning the Site www.ucadia.org (the “Site”). By using the Site you agree and give consent to our Intellectual Property (IP) Policies. In exchange, we agree to grant you limited use of Ucadia related valuable intellectual property and copyright material, subject to the associated Terms and Conditions listed on each page of the Site.
What is Intellectual Property?
Intellectual Property or “IP” is defined as:
”intellectual property”is any valuable product of human intellect that is definable, registrable and protected as an enforceable right by law from unauthorised use by others. The most common forms of intellectual property (IP) being patents, copyright, trademarks and trade secrets. A ”patent”is an exclusive right of manufacture, use and distribution for an invented device, substance, method or process. A ”copyright”is an exclusive right of copy, publication and performance over a unique creative or literary work. A ”trademark”is any combination of words, names, symbols or design that uniquely defines a good or service. A ”trade secret”is uniquely defined confidential information disclosed and protected as such under a legal agreement; and therefore intended to be kept secret from greater public view and knowledge.
Ucadia and Related Intellectual Property (IP) Rights
All Intellectual Property of Ucadia and related entities, trusts, estates, companies, bodies and associations is first subject to and administered and enforced exclusively by Ucadia Law as the highest Law; and then second under legitimate and valid non-Ucadian law.
Ucadia Law is founded upon the highest and most sacred covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum; and the related sacred covenants of Pactum De Singularis Christus, Pactum De Singularis Islam and Pactum De Singularis Spiritus; and the seven global charters of Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Africa, Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Americas, Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Arabia, Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Asia, Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Europa, Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Oceania and Carta Sacrum De Congregationis Globus ; and the twenty-two volumes of Astrum Iuris Divini Canonum including the maxims of Divine Law, Natural Law, Cognitive Law, Positive Law, Ecclesiastical Law, Bioethics Law, Sovereign Law, Fiduciary Law, Administrative Law, Economic Law, Monetary Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Education Law, Food & Drugs Law, Urban Law, Company Law, Technology Law, Trade & Intellectual Property Law, Security Law, Military Law and International Law; and the thirty-three International Ucadia Codes of Law including the Agriculture Code, Banking & Finance Code, Budget & Accounting Management Code, Building & Construction Code, Civil Code, Communications and Media Code, Company Code, Criminal Code, Culture & Entertainment Code, Education Code, Elections Code, Emergency Code, Employment Code, Energy Code, Environment Code, Executive Code, Fitness & Health Code, Food & Drugs Code, Industry Code, Infrastructure Code, Judicial Code, Knowledge & Intellectual Property Code, Legislative Code, Military Code, Police Code, Disease Prevention & Sanitation Code, Prison Code, Revenue & Taxation Code, Service Code, Technology Code, Temporary Assistance Code, Trade Code and Transport & Travel Code.
Ucadia Registers and Intellectual Property (IP)
All legitimate and valid Ucadia Intellectual Property (IP) is first registered within an authorised Ucadia Register controlled, operated and enforced under Ucadia Law. Given Ucadia Registers and Rolls are the highest possible forms of legitimate and valid registers and rolls, no other claim of registration in a non-Ucadian register or roll may logically, rationally or reasonably argue a higher claim or right.
Ucadia Trusts, Estates, Companies and Associations
All legitimate and valid Ucadia Trusts, Estates, Companies and Associations are first registered within an authorised Ucadia Register controlled, operated and enforced under Ucadia Law. Consequently, all such valid Ucadia Trusts, Estates, Companies and Associations are first subject to the jurisdiction of Ucadia Law before and above any other form of non-Ucadian law or jurisdiction.
All valid Ucadia Persons are Divine Persons, True Persons or Superior Persons first registered in a valid Ucadia Roll under Ucadia Law. All such valid and legitimate Ucadia Persons are the exclusive and sole Intellectual Property of Ucadia; and wholly excluded and above any possible claim of joinder or jurisdiction from any non-Ucadian society, body, person or association. Thus, any attempt by a non-Ucadian society, body, person or association to claim joinder, jurisdiction or control of such valuable Intellectual Property of Ucadia is both a profoundly immoral and absurd act and an admission of incompetency as an act of piracy and unlawful theft.
Potentially applicable non-Ucadian International Laws
In specific relation to non-Ucadian jurisdictions to enforce Intellectual Property (IP) Rights, Ucadia and this site recognise only those clauses and sections of treaties and conventions that are not in conflict with Ucadian Law including (but not limited to) the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works of 1886 (“Berne Convention”); and the Buenos Aires Convention of 1910 between North, Central and Southern American nations; and the Universal Copyright Convention (“UCC”) of 1952; and the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (“TRIPS”) of 1994 by the World Trade Organisation; and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1996 (“DMCA”).
Intellectual Property and this Site
In specific relation to you visiting, using and interacting with this site and the knowledge it contains, Intellectual Property (IP) may be defined as (a) IP Rights related to Ucadia Property; or (b) IP Rights and Claims related to third party organisations and persons in relation to specific names, products, persons, inventions, brands, trademarks, inventions or know-how mentioned on this site; or (c) any IP Rights and Claims you as a user and visitor to this site may hold or claim.
At all times, your use and viewing of valuable Intellectual Property (IP) through this Site is subject to the Terms and Conditions of any agreement with you. Under the clauses of such an agreement, at no time or under any circumstance shall the viewing or use of valuable Ucadia or related Intellectual Property (IP) constitute any kind of waiver, or conveyance, surrender or abandoning of any rights of Ucadia and related entities to you.
Fair use of non-Ucadia related Intellectual Property
We seek to honour and protect the intellectual property rights of authors, owners, licensors and licensees of copyrighted material, trademarks, or other proprietary information and to abide by established previously mentioned International Laws, Treaties and conventions concerning such material.
We evoke those rights, privileges, exemptions and exceptions afforded in the use of third-party IP Rights for education, research and instruction purposes. In many cases, this affords us the legitimate legal right to refer to certain Intellectual Property without any fundamental breach or infringement. We ask you to be mindful of this fact when reviewing any material on this site in respect of fair use of non-Ucadia related Intellectual Property.
Non-use of Intellectual Property that requires royalties or special permissions
As a general rule, we do not seek to use any intellectual property that requires the direct payment of royalties, or the securing of specific licenses, other than established creative commons and attributing standards. If you believe that this site has in some way breached the registered IP Rights of some organisation or body, we ask you to contact us immediately, to review your concerns and to check our own records of IP Rights management.
The taking of any kind of unilateral action by you, or your representatives before contacting us immediately in relation to any concerns you may have as to our use of non-Ucadia related Intellectual Property, may consistute a serious injury against us, possibly even criminal in nature and behaviour. We therefore reserve every right to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law, including every possible form of punitive compensation, sanction, publicity and action against any person or party that is found to make false allegations against us concerning any alleged breaches and infringments of Intellectual Property.
[Updated as at: January 1, 2022]