Prosecutor Del Fisco And Justice Of The Peace And Sull'avvocato Of Poor

Original Language Title: Procuratore Del Fisco E Giudice Conciliatore E Sull'avvocato Dei Poveri

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Ranked # 9 Law on the Prosecutor of the Treasury and Justice of the Peace and of the Poor sull'Avvocato. Promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in His Returning Delli March 22, 1926: Art. 1. The Prosecutor of the Treasury and Justice of the Peace is appointed, by direct vote, by the Great and General Council between natives sammarines or that are noticed or are enrolled in the defense attorneys Court. It remains in office until the last legislature of the Great and General Council, from which he was nominated and that pursuant to Law March 16, 1925 No.9. The elected, if a government employee, can not refuse nor resign from office; if not used may resign and refuse to charge for just cause recognized by the Great and General Council. Art. 2. The Prosecutor of the Treasury and Justice of the Peace perform the functions conferred on him by the laws in force and those to be issued. Art. 3. The Prosecutor of the Treasury and Justice of the Peace can not, for any reason, take over the charge of criminal cases nor patronage of civil cases in the anti Conciliazione. Art. 4. The allowance payable to such officer is L. 2000 per year, and if a state employee, L. 1200 per year. Art. 5. The Great and General Council shall appoint, in accordance with the art. 1, a Tax Pro - Pro Justice of the Peace to make up for the Prosecutor of the Treasury-Justice of the Peace in cases where they, for plausible reason recognized by the Law Commissioner, is prevented from performing his duties. At Pro-Tax and Pro-Conciliator in ordinary criminal cases will be paid an indemnity to be paid from time to time by the Commissioner of Legg; in summary criminal cases and civil conciliation ones will be paid a fixed allowance of twenty-five pounds for each hearing, regardless of the number of cases to be treated (Council Decree December 5th 1921). Art. 6. In the event that both the Attorney of the Treasury - as the Tax Justice of the Peace Pro - Pro Justice of the Peace will legitimately impeded, for ordinary criminal cases and civil cases of conciliation, the Council of Twelve. In summary criminal cases will the Law Commissioner, who take charge of the case or a lawyer registered in the register of advocates or a graduate or a member of the Great and General Council: stop, even in such cases, the payment of the fixed allowance in lire ventici que. Art. 7. The jurisdiction of the Conciliator is elevated by L. 50 aL. 100; varied in any other provisions of Law 10 December 1884. Art. 8. In the conciliation proceedings, when there defender entered on the register of the Tribunal shall be settled in its favor, and the losing party compensation L. u from 1 to 5 for L. causes a value below the L. 50 and L. compensation from 5 to 15 L. for the causes among the 50 L. and L. 100. the rights cursorili for claims with a value between 50 and 100 pounds L. are those mentioned in the law 12 July 1922 No 25, art. 2, No. 1, but doubled. Art. 9. There is no change as the Lawyer of the Poor. His appointment will continue to be made by drawing lots among the defenders enrolled in the Court excluded the Prosecutor of the Treasury pro tempore. However, the said random drawing instead forward the Great and General Council will come forward the Law Commissioner in open court and with the assistance of the Treasury Attorney. Art. 10. This Law - repealing that of August 22, 1914 No 26 and other regulations contrary to it - will come into force with the 1st of April 1926. Given at Our Residence, this day of 22 March 1926. THE CAPTAINS REGENT Valerio Pasquali - Marco Marcucci tHE SECRETARY OF STATE fOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS to Giuliano Gozi