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>The rules for occupying your own provinces are different from the rules
>of occupying enemy territority. I thought the same way as you at first,
>but several other DM's in the PBEM pointed out the difference and the
>difference is there.

1) Why should they be any different, the action is the same, only the name on the title deed is different.

2) I did not find any difference. The rules on occupying your own province are in a small sidebar, and merely state that you may declare war on yourself and occupy your own provinces to hammer the enemy down. I'll check it again when I get home, but I did not see any difference.