@cody196 - just a couple of notes to consider ->
Rule 3: This basically contradicts itself, and is ambiguous - if it read more like "FiveM Trainer (original, or either ‘Enhanced’ edition mod menu is allowed but no abuse with it; Will be told to remove extra trainers, or permanent ban since no other mod menus are permitted for use on the server’.
Rule 4: Ambiguous references issue as ‘MetaGaming’ and ‘PowerGaming’ isn’t so good - remember that not all users have a grasp of English that makes those terms entirely compatible with direct equivalents in other languages. I mean, it’s reasonably universal to hardened RPG players, especially those of us who’s RPG gaming goes back to paper and dice, but in most other more recent terms, those are only really recognised easily by those used to DeathMatch gaming (not RPG’ing).
In general, there’s a lot of reference to OOC communication and action - again, not something of a term that’s always immediately obvious to it’s meaning or reference. Remember you have to allow for the two-sec attention span factor with such things, as they are unavoidable factors.
Oh, and if you are going down the hardcore RPG route with compulsory OOC communication and action, you may as well go the whole distance - get people to register/publish persona/character details, history, and all the usual RPG character detail so that what is legit in-character actions and methods are legitimately distinguishable from OOC actions and not-applicable to character pass-offs as ‘in-character’ actions. In other words, if you are going to go down the DM/GM route of enforcing ‘in character’ and scenario/campaign type rules, either do the rest of the necessary evils or don’t bother, otherwise it just looks half-hearted effort at playing at pseudo deity for the pleasure of it (and all us hardened RPG’ers know that kind all too well).
Clearly, it’s your beast and monster - tame it your way. But if your methods drive people away, and let’s face it… that’s not really a good thing, it’s time to compromise or at least revise the rules to encourage fun and semi-serious interaction. After all, RL RPGing isn’t necessarily all about mirroring RL to the nth degree of rules and social conduct, it is still a game.