Oath of Guardian, Designation of Resident Agent and Acceptance

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This is a Sacred Oath that can be taken by paladins. The Oath of the Guardian binds a paladin to the defense of those who cannot defend themselves. Those who follow the Oath of the Guardian dedicate themselves to protecting the Balance, the metaphysical deadlock between interplanar factions. Oath of Office, which is the official agreement of the appointed guardian to serve as guardian.The order and oath are either given to the clerk of the court at the time of filing or presented to the judge at the hearing.

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This is a Sacred Oath that can be taken by paladins. The Oath of the Guardian binds a paladin to the defense of those who cannot defend themselves. Those who follow the Oath of the Guardian dedicate themselves to protecting the Balance, the metaphysical deadlock between interplanar factions. Oath of Office, which is the official agreement of the appointed guardian to serve as guardian.The order and oath are either given to the clerk of the court at the time of filing or presented to the judge at the hearing.

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