The Rules of Succession are as defined below. Titles, whether they're aesthetic or landed, have a means of passing them down from one generation to the next.
- Titles are passed down by means of agnatic-cognatic primogeniture; the eldest male child inherits all the land. If there are no close males living, then the land goes to the eldest female.
- Noblewomen who marry commoners forfeit their titles and ability to inherit property for themselves and their descendents.
- Children are born with the status of their fathers; this works opposite if it is a matrilineal marriage.