Baustralian Empire order of precedence

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According to Baustralian legislature, the Order of Precedence (Persons) Act (4 John 1 c. 1), orders members of the Baustralian Empire into what is known as the Imperial Order of Precedence. The Act lays out how people are to be sorted at military, state, and diplomatic functions, such as lining up on a parade square, or seated at a table.

The list is as follows:

  1. The King
  2. Queen Consort
  3. Queens dowager by order of reign
  4. Sons of the King by order of birth
  5. Grandsons of the King by order of primogeniture
  6. Siblings of the King by order of birth
  7. HRH John, the Duke of Kingston
  8. HRH Susan, the Duchess of Kingston
  9. Uncles of the King by order of birth
  10. Nephews of the King by order of primogeniture
  11. Cousins of the King by order of primogeniture
  12. Chaplain General
  13. Lord High Steward
  14. Lord High Chancellor
  15. Lord High Treasurer and Prime Minister
  16. Speaker of the House of Commons
  17. Lord Speaker of the House of Lords
  18. Dukes by age of creation
  19. Marquesses by age of creation
  20. Earls by age of creation
  21. Viscounts by age of creation
  22. Barons by age of creation
  23. Baronets
  24. Members of orders of chivalry by order of grade, by order of precedence
  25. Knights Companion
  26. His Royal Navy ships by order of commissioning
  27. Baustralian Army units by order of creation
  28. His Royal Air Force units by order of creation