Courts of France

REPUBLIC OF FRANCE – Paris, 9th October 1990

 Verdict of THE SUPREME COURT ( Cour de Cassation) of France and The Court of Appeal of Nimes (France), 16th April 1991recognizing that;

“even expired reigning Families or their Descendants have the ability to confer honorary distinctions in strict conditions, and moreover, it is clearly specified in legal decisions pronounced by Itallen jurisdictions that Henri de Vigo Aleramico Palologo belongs to an ex-reigning House which has conserved through the ages the right to attribute honorary Titles (jus honorum ); that it is further specified that the legitimate son and only heir of the late Prince Cesare has received jure sanguinis the dynastic prerogatives from which his father benefited including the right to confer hononary Titles….”