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Procurator

 

in ancient Rome, (1) a housing manager, (2) a fiduciary of a Roman citizen in legal and commercial affairs (usually a freedman), and (3) during the empire, a civil servant who managed large imperial or private estates, governed small provinces, managed the collection of taxes in large provinces, or headed financial and economic departments, such as the fiscus or the aerarium.

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Huishan District Procuracy of Wuxi City of Jiangsu Province introduced concepts of restorative justice with the aim of maintaining social stability.
These problems include doctrinal shortcomings in the law (certain organizations such as "the CCP, the Procuracy, state-owned enterprises, and quasi-administrative units .
The Ministry's response to this proposal gently suggested that there was no need for an ombudsman because one of the three basic functions of the Procuracy (55) in the socialist system was to defend the rights of citizens.
His knowledge of the procuracy is unparalleled among Western scholars of Russian law.
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37) Other business at the meeting included the decision to request "the Procuracy to offer the GPU all possible help in its adminstrative fight against Tikhonism,"(38) i.
This would be possible because Shelter and Investigation is a purely administrative form of police detention, not subject to supervision by the procuracy and not, until recently, capable of being challenged in the courts.
the Procuracy, private property, a property registration system, and
It recommends a Tribunal composed of five bodies including: "the Court, the Procuracy, the Secretariat, the Board on Clemency and the Standing Committee.
Large numbers of offenders identified by the police are never reported as suspects to the procuracy.
Relatives of Velikanova (in answer to their appeal, and support from other organizations, including this committee) were informed by the procuracy that criminal proceedings for parasitism would not be instituted against her.