1. Respect and courtesy be regarded between all members including students, instructors, visitors, and opponents, at all times.

2. Should personal disputes arise over any matter, the use of weapons is not permitted for the resolving of disputes. Any such disputes should be resolved directly, with all immediacy and openness between the relevant individuals.

3. Offensive language such as cursing, swearing, blaspheming, obscene or indiscrete words are not allowed.

4. Training weapons must be treated as sharps through all training and bouts.

5. Students must attend in appropriate attire for training and assaulting other than customary day wear. Such attire is described in detail on the London Historical School of Defense website under equipment.

6. That no student should train others in this martial art without the Instructor's consent.

7. No student or other persons should presume to freely assault without first the Instructor's consent.

8. Any broken weapon be paid for or replaced by whosoever was the cause of its breakage. In assault, the general rule is that the hand which held the weapon in question is the hand which pays its replacement unless obvious maltreatment from the opponent is accepted or found as cause.

9. All students are charged to uphold and carry well that which is learned within the School outside its walls. Improper use of the Art of Defense is not expected or permitted of its students.