The Heir is the individual chosen by the newly-crowned Sovereign of England at the time of their election. The Heir serves as the Regent of England in the case of the Monarch's absence. While the Monarch rules they have the responsibility of being active in political and royal matters, to offer the Monarch advice and assistance and be the hand and voice of the King in his absence.
As Regent, he is authorized to carry out the following powers and beholden to England to uphold these subsequent responsibilities:
- The smooth running of the Kingdom and the general well-being of its citizens.
- Meeting with any citizen of England who wishes to raise a concern or complaint with the Crown and listening to their concerns.
- Acting as the Commander-in-Chief of all of the military forces of the Kingdom, and taking responsibility for directing and utilising all forces and materials pledged to the Kingdom during a time of War.
- Leading the Kingdom of England and for ensuring the dignity of the Office.
- Acting as England's public face in regards to foreign policy.
- Ensuring that the funds of the Royal Treasury are spent in a just and uncorrupted fashion.
- Mediating disputes between peers and overseeing trials by King's Court.
- Remaining in frequent contact with the Counts and Countesses of England and the leaders of the National and Royal Organisations.
- The Heir, acting as Regent, may be held liable for their actions, upon the ascension of a new Monarch.