A Freemason owes Masonic allegiance first and foremost to the Lodge in which his membership is held; and second, to the Grand Lodge under which the Lodge is chartered. Should there be a conflict between the regulations of the Lodge and the supreme body, then allegiance to the supreme body takes precedence.

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