The Peerage consists of members of the immediate families of peers who bear courtesy titles or honorifics. In Mimas there are both landed and unlanded peers. Most titles are hereditary but on rare occasions the titles can be for life.
Peers in Mimas are most commonly referred to as lords. The Archduke is the fons honorum and holds the right to create the titles of nobility. By 2017, eight peers existed in Mimas – not counting the Archduke or His Royal Higness’ parents.
The highest ranking peer is that of the Palatine Duke, followed by the Duke.
The peerage of Mimas are automatically qualified for work in the Royal Parliament. Unlanded peers hold one vote, while landed peers hold a number of votes according to the size of the land.