1. A citizen has the right to defend his own health and happiness, and also has the right to defend another citizen who may require assistance.
2. Any unprovoked action which will deprive a citizen of his health and well being, particularly to the extent that the citizen can no longer care for himself or his family is a punishable offense.
3. Any unprovoked action which will deprive a citizen of his means to wealth and happiness is a punishable offense.
4. Any use of magic to deprive a citizen of his or her personality, knowledge, or general memories, and by extension would then deprive that citizen of his or her livelihood and means of income is a punishable offense.
5. Any citizen accused of a punishable offense must be given the means, through magic or otherwise, to prove his innocence. If proven innocent, the accused has the right to pursue a judgment against their accuser through a mediator. If the accusation was made solely with intent to harm, this is considered a punishable offense under law number 3.
The punishments under the law vary, but are decided by a mediator with the offender and the victim, his family, or an appointed representative present. Standard punishments are fines, service by the offender to the victim, or death of the offender. The mediations are typically held at a temple building, although the council has authority to alter the mediation location. The punishment handed down by the mediator is somewhat influenced by the temple it is held in. For example, as of 10055, no death sentences have been handed down by a mediator at the temple of Isis.