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Title: The role-of the legal procurator in the Maltese judicial system
Authors: Saliba, Paul
Keywords: Procurators (Malta)
Public administration -- Malta
Public contracts -- Malta
Liability (Law) -- Malta
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi
Citation: Saliba, P. (1991). The role-of the legal procurator in the Maltese judicial system. Id-Dritt, 16, 35-42.
Abstract: The institution of the Procurato (Procuratori and Sollecitatori approvati) finds its origins prior to the promulgation of the Prammatiche by Grand Masters Lascaris (1640) and Caraffa (1681). In the Leggi e Costituzioni Prammaticali of Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena (promulgated in 1723) a distinction is drawn between the competence of the advocate (giurisperito) and the legal procurator (procuratore or sollecitatore approvato) in requests for the issue of executive warrants. One finds also references to the profession in the Consolata di Mare di Malta promulgated by Grand Master Perellos in 1697.
Appears in Collections:Id-Dritt : Volume 16 : 1991
Id-Dritt : Volume 16 : 1991

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