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procurator

noun administrator, adviser, agent, appointee, assistant, broker, business representative, caretaker, conductor, curator, delegate, deputy, director, emissary, envoy, executor, factor, go-between, intendant, intermediate, intermedium, lieutenant, middleman, moderator, monitor, overseer, proctor, prolocutor, proxy, representative, solicitor, spokesman, steward, substitute, superintendent, supervisor, syndic, viceregent
See also: agent, attorney, barrister, deputy, factor, proctor, proxy

procurator

a representative of a party.

PROCURATOR, civil law. A proctor; a person who acts for another by virtue of a procuration. Procurator est, qui aliena negotia mandata Domini administrat. Dig 3, 3, 1. Vide Attorney; Authority.

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Meanwhile another senior Labour MSP, former Health Minister Andy Kerr, has also been reported to the procurator fiscal.
This procurator would execute her responsibilities in her name and in the name of her lineage.
A 19-year-old man from Motherwell was arrested and a report has gone to the procurator fiscal.
But their actions could land them in court after police were called to the scene and reported them to the procurator fiscal.
The father of the girl who took the pen knife to Notre Dame High, a girls' school in Glasgow's west end, has been reported to the procurator fiscal by police.
The matter was referred to Scottish prosecuting authority the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) in January last year following a damning report into the bank's failings by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
His lawyer, Peter Lockhart, said today that he had received a letter from the District Procurator Fiscal saying that the matter would be taken no further.
But a spokeswoman for the Procurator Fiscal's office yesterday said: "Following further information received from Strathclyde Police, the Procurator Fiscal does not consider proceedings are now appropriate.
Although new codes of practice have banned the hoarding of organs after hospital post-mortems, the guidelines do not affect post mortems ordered by Procurator Fiscals after sudden or suspicious deaths.
The group said it appeared the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS)were"overwhelmed" with work and staff were under considerable pressure.
A police spokesman said: "A man of 36 was arrested and is the subject of a report to the procurator fiscal.
She spoke out after Dr Jim Dyer, the Scottish Parliament's standards watchdog, sent a report to the procurator fiscal in Lothian and Borders.