Procurator


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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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A spokesman said: "CFS have submitted a report to the procurator fiscal and this will be considered in due course.
The reports remain under consideration by the procurator fiscal.
A report has now been submitted to the procurator fiscal who will decide whether to pursue a prosecution and what the charges will be.
A Lothian and Borders police spokesman said: "There appear to be no suspicious circumstances and a report in relation to the death will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal".
Now a spokesperson for the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service has issued a statement which says: "It is not uncommon for the Procurator Fiscal to ask the police to submit a report in relation to a particular incident.
It means Ms Alexander now faces the possibility of a criminal investigation if the procurator fiscal refers the matter on to the police.
No first-century Judean procurator held power longer than Pilate, who governed for 11 years; most lasted two to four years in that volatile province.
A Procurator Fiscal spokesperson said: "I would usually expect a gap of at least a week before we get something from them.
They were referred to police recently by the procurator fiscal service.
A police spokesman said: "The matter has been investigated by the police and a report submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Guardianship should not be confused with procuration, in which the procurator acts under the direction of the person he is representing.