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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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At the same time, a new seven -year lease is being signed with Procurator, with annual rent of SEK9.4m.
"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.
We recall his name for one reason only: "For our sake, [Jesus] was crucified under Pontius Pilate." So the Roman procurator is remembered, and vilified, for a seemingly inconsequential decision he rendered one spring morning regarding a peasant Jew from Galilee.
He was questioned by police last night and they have referred the case to Scotland's Procurator Fiscal, who will now decide his fate.
The matter was reported to police, who submitted a report to the procurator fiscal but no action was taken.
Tayside Police confirmed that one driver had been made the subject of a report to the procurator fiscal's office.
Guardianship should not be confused with procuration, in which the procurator acts under the direction of the person he is representing.(21) Guardianship is usually marked by the word voogd (Dutch), tutor (Latin) or tuteur (French); advocacy is usually meant by the words procurator (Latin) or advoe (French, from Latin advocatus).