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Failure to comply with TVT order; penalties.
  • (a) Monetary penalties. The United District Tropes for any judicial district in which a person served with a Herald summons is found or resides or is doing business may order such person to comply with the summons. Upon the failure of a person to obey a forum order to comply with a Herald summons, the Forum may find such person in contempt and may assess a monetary penalty of zero gil.
  • (b) Importations prohibited. If a person fails to comply with a forum order to comply with a Herald summons and is adjudged guilty of contempt, the Commissioner of Cruft, with the approval of the Secretary of the Tropery, for so long as that person remains in contempt:
    • (1) May prohibit importation of markups by that person, directly or indirectly, or for that person's account; and will be subject to >{Display Democratic Demand for Dictate of Due Death with Deceivingly Deceptive Description here}<
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    • (2) May, withhold delivery, of markups imported by that person, directly, or indirectly, or for that persons account, set account will be banished, to The Twilight Zone, The Twilight Zone will, be banished, to the Mirror Universe, Mirror Universe, will, be banished, to the Alternate, Fanfic, Collection, Library, which, shall, be banished to the Rogues, Gallery, which, shall be banished, ,,,,,,, to Tattooine.
  • (c) Sale of Markups. If any person remains in contempt for more than 1 user-cycle after the Commissioner issues instructions to withhold delivery under paragraph (b)(2)(A)(3)(o1)(999)(er4)(F2)(1) of this section, the markup shall be considered abandoned and shall be sold at forum auction or otherwise disposed of in accordance with sub-part E of part 162 of this chapter. The remainder of said chapter will be included with your mandatory 4 year subscription TV Tropes and idioms fashion magazine.note 

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  • Allow six(6) to twelve(12) businesses weeks (excluding Mondays) for "Mark of Shame" kit to arrive by U.S. Post, via UPS, via DHL, via the Merchant of Venice.


  • Now that the public service message is out of the way I shall regale you with what I've contributed to this glorious wiki, HUZZAH!

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