If the Administraor deems that an Officer has not performed eir duties in a reasonable time, then the Administrator may declare emself to be the Deputy of that Officer and perform those duties instead of the Officer concerned.2. Rule 306/1 trivially amended by Motion 10/0, 24 Dec 2000 17:22:44
If a Player deems that the Administrator has not performed eir duties in a reasonable time, then the Player may declare emself to be the Deputy of the Administrator. The Player must specify exactly what duties e thinks that the Administrator should have performed. The Player must then wait 24 hours before e may carry out these duties as Deputy Administrator. If another player objects to the Player's Deputyship or the Administrator performs the duties within those 24 hours then the Player may not perform those duties concerned. Once the duties have been performed by the Deputy, the Administrator is no longer required to perform them.
In the case that the duties the Deputy Administrator wishes to carry out would affect the Ballot Issues for that nweek [[eg. Recognition of Proposal submission or alteration]] and voting starts in less than 24 hours, then the Deputy Administrator need only wait 6 hours to perform the duties. However the duties do not officially happen until the second before voting starts, so players may still object in the mean time.
The following exceptions apply to the Deputy Administrator:
The Deputy Administrator may not recognise eir own actions [[eg. Proposal submission or alteration]].
The Deputy Administrator may not assign or recuse Judges for an RFJ in which e is the Plantiff or Defendant.
The Deputy Administrator may not award or credit any Player with a Win.
Actions occur upon reaching the appropriate Fora. Non-action events--i.e., events not caused by Agents--occur at exactly the times specified in the Rules. Events may occur only in the present, and may not alter the past.1. Rule 113/0 trivially amended by Motion 9/0, 24 Dec 2000 05:04:54