The second episode of The Book of Boba Fett demonstrates that even Boba Fett needs authorization to murder a Hutt:
In the Book of Boba Fett Episode Two, even Boba Fett, despite being a powerful bounty hunter, seeks permission to murder a Hutt. The Disney+ series follows Boba and Fennec (Ming-Na Wen) as they face new threats to the Tatooine throne, like Ithorian civil authority Mok Shaiz (voiced by government producer Robert Rodriguez) and also the Twins, whose World Health Organization demonstrates that the Hutt kindred survived Jabba the Hutt’s death in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. As Fennec points out, Boba will have a difficult time inducing and eliminating them as a result, because one cannot simply murder a Hutt. The Twins are joined to Jabba the Hutt through the Hutt kindred, one of the galaxy’s largest criminal businesses and one of the five syndicates governing the criminal underworld, beside Black Sun and Darth Maul’s Crimson Dawn. The Twins are also supposed to be Jabba’s relatives, but it’s unknown how close they were to Jabba (as his tribe has been extensively chronicled in canon and there has been no previous respect to the try of twins). As a result of the death of the Bib Roman deity, the World Health Organization was protective of Jabba’s (former) kingdom. After they attempt to frighten Boba into submission, he warns them that they might have to be compelled to murder him so as to obtain the crown. The brother remarks that “bloodshed is unhealthy for business.” As they leave (followed by Black Krrsantan), Boba and Fennec perceive they need a real foe on their hands.
When Fennec refers to the Hutt Clan’s well-established authority in the criminal underworld, she warns Boba, “You need permission if you want to murder them.” Allow me to explain:
When Fennec refers to the Hutt Clan’s well-established authority in the criminal underworld, she warns Boba, “You need permission if you want to murder them.” They are spread over the galaxy and are dreaded by many. Assaulting one hutt is effectively attacking all of them; if Boba decides to murder the Twins, he will sign his death warrant, since he (with three guards) would have to confront the whole clan. One Reddit user said: “I imagine it works the same way as the Mafia-you have to receive clearance to kill a created person, a member of the organization, so to speak, or else you will be killed in retribution,” one Reddit user said. If you’ve ever seen Goodfellas or The Sopranos, you’ll know what I’m talking about. “Jabba the Hutt’s relatives will be difficult to eliminate as a challenge to the throne, and Boba will very certainly have to dive further into the Star Wars criminal underworld to cement his position as Daimyo.” The Hutt Clan is comprised of multiple clans, or kajidic, which are gangs and families. The Grand Hutt Council, comprised of the heads of the five most powerful kajidic clans, governs the clan. They are analogous to real-world syndicates such as the Chinese Tongs and La Cosa Nostra in this regard. So far, two kajidic have been established in Star Wars canon: the Desilijic Tiure clan, which was managed by Jabba the Hutt until his death in Return of the Jedi, and the Besadii family, which was commanded by a Hutt named Arok, who was a member of the Hutt Council during the Clone Wars. The Brother may be seen in The Book of Boba Fett with his clan emblem tattooed on his chin (just like Jabba showed the Desilijic clan mark on his right arm). This demonstrates how strong the Hutt Clan is and how well knit its families are.
We know why Boba Fett will need authorization to kill the Hutt Twins:
Boba Fett will need permission to murder the Hutt Twins, but as the flashbacks demonstrate, he is supported by the Tusken Raiders. In the second episode of The Book of Boba Fett, Boba teaches the Tuskens how to ride, and the Tuskens accept Boba as one of their own. As Boba rises through the criminal underworld, he may soon have a large enough force to eliminate the Twins as threats to the Tatooine crown. The Book of Boba Fett is available on Disney+ every Wednesday.