THE COMMISSION`S SYSTEMS AND HONORS NEITHER REGISTER NO CERTIFIES GRANTS, NOBILITY OR ARMS FOR MEMBERS
There are five Kinds of Membership to the International Commission and Association on Nobility
The Commission welcomes of "Jure Sanguinis" families of European nobility and the class members "on merits" of relevant families, which, though not noble, they share the values and committed to serve the same ideals. Even so, proof of Jure Sanguinis must be backed up solid evidence.
You, as a consistent supporting member of the Commission and Association on Nobility are extremely valuable person because with your help, we become more prolific in the continuance of serving the public. We dedicate our time effort in replying to inquiries from groups, organizations and individuals that want to know about the authentic and legitimate of some organizations on the Internet that claim to be some sort or royalty house and sell Noble Titles or Chivalry Order.
We would like to remind you that only sovereigns with legitimate fons honorum (fount of honor – the right to bestow nobility) can and have the solemn right to do so. Our assistance to you is that we investigate accurately the organization to verify their genuine fons honorum claims. However, there are many organizations in the world that are legitimate in the sense that are perfect and honest non governmental institutions with the criteria of a modern-day nobility association committed to some pious or charitable activity…. nevertheless, they cannot declare to have fons honorum! As long they clearly state that they are just a private organization, we do not judge them as phony Institution. It is up to an individual to join or not to join such organization.
Prominent examples of hereditary titles include:
Hereditary monarchy – in the Commonwealth realms, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Japan, Thailand, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Jordan, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tonga and Bahrain. Other national constitutions use different modes of succession to their monarchies, e.g. the election of the Pope in the Vatican City, and especially in the Orient often adding an element of selection (e.g. at a family council) among eligible relations of the monarch. Special cases are the two elective monarchies, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates, where the constituent states of each federation are hereditary monarchies but those rulers form an electoral college that assigns the federal position of head of state to one of their number for a term (of five years).
Titles of nobility in the United Kingdom and other countries (see peerage). In the United Kingdom, most titles of nobility (peerages and the lower title of Baronet) pass only to the eldest son (or occasionally the eldest daughter in the absence of male heirs); all other sons and daughters of peers are commoners though they may use one or more not independently heritable courtesy titles, either Lord, Lady or The Honorable depending on the rank of the peerage held by their father or mother, or another title styled like a peerage but without a seat in the Lords, usually one or two ranks below father's. In many European countries, titles may be inherited by all the heirs male of a family, whose members thus all share the same title at the same time (for instance, within the szlachta nobility of Poland or in the nobilities of the successor states of the Holy Roman Empire). In the Far East the main (Chinese-induced) tradition is rather for titles to devalue as the generations succeed each other, but not to the same rank.
Whenever a noble, royal, or academic claim is made by a candidate, we are tasked with the obligation and duty to inquire and discover whether the claim is valid or not. This is to protect the good name and reputation of The International Commission and Association on Nobility (TICAN) and its Royal Patrons.
HONORARY ROYAL MEMBERS: Recognized Heads of Royal Houses
This is the case of members of Royal Families or who have reigned in Europe, or Families that are honored with a Princely title, or Heads of Ducal Family Houses.
These members are exempted from payment of annual membership.
Individuals who are not nobles, such as historians, heralds and genealogists
Membership – by invitation only
A way to be certain of your family heritage is to have your family line researched by a professional genealogist.
Legitimate Order of Chivalry are persons who have achieved Knightly Rank in a recognized international Chivalry or Religious Order and recognized public Royal Houses. See our page "Royal Families. To become noble, it can be done by "letters": that is, by royal grant. The king could always ennoble anyone he wished.
Hereditary titles, in a general sense, are titles of nobility, positions or styles that are hereditary and thus tend or are bound to remain in particular families.
It is important to understand that the results of the investigation whether positive or negative will be not being made public. The information will only be shared with a few key individuals who keep confidential information and and private.
Should we find some problems in this investigation process, we will share them with you in the hope of clarifying whatever is ascertained.
At any time during this research, you may withdraw your desire to obtain “Nobility Membership” or change it to “Titular Member” as desired.
The Commission does not certify or recognize any nobility. The category of "Nobility Membership", does not mean we certify nobility or recognize someone as noble but it only signifies that the member enters in this category for having demonstrated the received honor from a fons honorum.
Certificate of Membership: Euros 110.00
First year due: Euros 40.00
TOTAL EUROS 150.00 (plus cost of shipping usually couriers approximate cost US$ 60.00)
TITULAR MEMBERS: The Titular Class of the Association, which is the largest of the Organization, is open to worthy individuals who support the ideals of chivalry and nobility. Provided, always, that such candidates are of excellent character and are considered qualified and worthy by the officers of this Commission.
A Curriculum Vitae (Life Resume) is required.
Certificate of Membership: Euros 60.00
First year due: Euros 50.00
TOTAL EUROS 110.00 (plus cost of shipping)
MEMBERS DONORS are considered those who have the requirements for admission and pay an annual fee equal to or exceeding three times the annual fee for Titular members.
PROCEDURE TO REQUEST MEMBERSHIP IN THE COMMISSION AND ASSOCIATION ON NOBILITY:
A - A Letter (or fill the application form) to the Commission requesting admission to one of three classes of membership (Excluding Honorary Members).
B - Complete Curriculum Vitae (CV) of the applicant.
C - Proof of nobility or knighthood for nobility class. (That one is true member of the nobility or a recognized member of a royal family, or that one is a true knight, baron, prince or some other genuine title of nobility or royalty).
D - Coat of Arms of the applicant in except for the titular or donor class member which is voluntarily.
Your electronic signature constitutes a legal and binding application agreement.
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