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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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When defense lawyers proffer written materials and evidence maintaining that no crime has been committed, an arrest is unnecessary, or the suspect should not be detained, or there have been violations of law in the investigation, the procurators must examine them seriously.
The procurators should state clearly in the arrest warrant whether they are going to accept the lawyer's opinions and evidences and their reasons for doing so, according to the plan.
Other women routinely retained advocates and procurators, as indeed did men, to represent them in all sorts of affairs.
This procurator would execute her responsibilities in her name and in the name of her lineage.
55) Two subsequent documents record that Catherine employed Henry de Hoeke to act as her procurator; the use of the word procurator rather than tutor suggests that agency rested ultimately with her and not with him.