“I have obtained a nobiliary title from a deposed monarch. Do I belong to the nobility of his country?”

Nobiliary law - Adelsrecht - Droit nobiliaire

As deposed dynasties do not form part of a state any more, it might appear that holders of their nobiliary titles do not belong to the nobility of the region over which the dynasty once ruled. This article examines if this assumption is correct. I will first examine a case where the monarch is the Head of State and subsequently examine three cases where the dynasty is deposed.

British honours

July 2020, Captain Tom Moore knighted by The Queen During Outdoor Ceremony at Windsor Castle. Mooreserved in India, theBurma campaignandSumatraduring theSecond World War, and later became an instructor inarmoured warfare. After the war, he worked as managing director of a concrete company and was an avid motorcycle racer. On 6 April 2020, at the age of 99, he began to walk laps of his garden in aid ofNHS Charities Together, with the goal of raising £1,000 by his hundredth…

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