Rule 216 (Joev: Mutable) The Effects of Judgment.
# Amend 216 Judgments of True or False Are Not Rules.
A judgement does not become a rule, or any part of a rule. If a statement is judged to be true or false, and when it is no longer possible under the rules for that judgment to be changed, that statement and that judgement become an explicit part of currently accepted game custom and set a binding precedent for future judgements.
A precedent shall remain binding until one of the rules in the scope of the Judgement is repealed or amended. Rules shall always take precedence over binding precedents; should a new rule be enacted (or another amended) conflict with a binding precedent then the precedent shall no longer be considered binding.
Once it is no longer possible under the rules for a judgment to be changed, that judgment of that statement shall be accepted as game custom until a rule is made concerning that issue.
# Seconds Storm, Chatham