Rejected Petitioner or Applicant
If a rejected petitioner for the degrees desires again to petition a lodge, he can do so only by presenting a new petition in regular form, which will take the same procedure as his first petition.
A lodge having jurisdiction may receive a petition for the degrees of one duly qualified who has been illegally rejected by a lodge not having jurisdiction, within six months of such rejection. [86-2.24].
A profane whose petition for the degrees has been returned to him because of the lack of any qualification prescribed in THE CODE may present another petition at any time, which a lodge may receive, provided, he has then satisfied the provisions of THE CODE and is otherwise qualified. The return of the first petition was not a rejection thereof.
If the information that a petitioner for the degrees has been rejected is communicated by a Mason to any person not a Mason, except the petitioner. the offender shall be subject to Masonic discipline. [86-2.7].