The Sovereign of the Sovereign Dynasty of Babenberg
The Declaration from the Babenberg Dynasty to the Sovereign Dynasty of Babenberg since 7th October 2013 resulted in legal situations that required a Legal as well as internal comparison. Thus, among other things, this was reconciled with the fact that by Declaration the family-internal Carls Council is constituted as the now public Carls Council Parliament (extended by decree, over a period until September 2025, by public elections).
In addition, through Declaration and internal ratification, the Head of the Family also as Head of State receives double sovereignty, which is comparable to the Vatican and the Pope. This results from the declarative basic situation, since the Babenberg Dynasty, which now acts as a constitutional Monarchy under International Law, also is responsible for the Head of State in a hereditary capacity under International Law, both as Head of State, as well as a separate Subject of International Law, declared by the Lex Vita Babenberg, in order to obtain the basic position with regard to the legal person himself secured.
Patriarch of Dynasty & CROMIT
The Head of the Babenberg Family and Dynasty has already been clearly identified in the Lex Vita Babenberg and has been a hereditary result since that time. Through the Declaration, the Head was also appointed in the remaining Function to the Head of State on a hereditary basis in the sense of the constitutional Monarchy. Within the Dynasty, known as the "Patriarch of Dynasty", the Function was maintained on an international basis also with the predicates "Imperial - Royal Majesty" (returning to the Carls Document). In addition, the Head of the State as well as the internal Family retains all rights and duties as well as functions, whereby he can have himself as Head of the Family, also as Head of State, represented in the course of Delegations.
From all Areas with Functions, a total of 19 Persons result, which are all together form the CROMIT, and this in turn form the direct Advisory body of the Head. All functions are described in the BvVG (Constitution) and put under control.