New York improv team: Order

STATUTES AND RULES OF ORDER (Cann. 94 - 95) Can. 94 §1. Statutes in the proper sense are ordinances which are established according to the norm of law in aggregates of persons (universitates personarum) or of things (universitates rerum) and which define their purpose, constitution, government, and methods of operation. §2. The statutes of an aggregate of persons (universitas personarum) bind only the persons who are its legitimate members; the statutes of an aggregate of things (universitas rerum), those who direct it. §3. Those prescripts of statutes established and promulgated by virtue of legislative power are governed by the prescripts of the canons on laws. Can. 95 §1. Rules of order (ordines) are rules or norms, which must be observed in meetings, whether convened by ecclesiastical authority or freely convoked by the faithful, as well as in other celebrations. They define those things which pertain to the constitution, direction, and ways of proceeding. §2. These rules of order bind those who participate in these assemblies or celebrations.