The Nobility of Saxeberg is made up of the hereditary and life peerages installed to persons by the monarch on the possible advice of the Royal Council.
1. Peers are required to sign their name: a. “Name, Baron/Viscount/Earl/Duke of Place” b. “The Baron/Viscount/Earl/Duke Place” c. “Prince/Princess, Baron/Viscount/Earl/Duke of Place” and the female equivalents.— Chapter 2, Section 3, Article 28 of the Constitution of Saxeberg
- Baron/Baroness - "Lord/Lady X (of Y)"
- Viscount/Viscountess - "Lord/Lady X (of Y)"
- Earl/Countess - "Lord/Lady X (of Y)"
- Duke/Duchess - "His/Her Grace"
- Prince/Princess - "His/Her Royal Highness"
- King/Queen of Saxeberg - "His/Her Majesty"
Peerages are to be awarded by the monarch on the possible advice of the Royal Council. A peerage may or may not be hereditary however only hereditary peers can exceed the rank of Baron. Peers are to be known as “Name, Baron/Viscount/Earl/Duke of Place” and respectively addressed by their style...The male and female equivalents of titles are considered equal. If the title of the throne is bestowed upon a female then her husband is to take the equivalent title.— Chapter 2, Section 1, Article 14 and Section 3, Article 24 of the Constitution of Saxeberg
1. Children of peers are to be granted the lower rank of nobility of their parents’ peerage. Children of non-royal Dukes and Earls are to be styled “Viscount/Viscountess of Place”. Children of Barons and Knights are to be styled “The Honourable Name of Place”. a. In case of opposite sex siblings, the eldest child takes the place of the peerage and the younger siblings take only the title. 2. No person shall hold the peerage of Viscount/Viscountess as a personal peerage. 3. Husbands and wives of Knights and Dames are to be styled “The Honourable”.— Chapter 2, Section 3, Article 27 of the Constitution of Saxeberg.