Article 1

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Law 5 June 1923 Ranked # 13 determines that the "Council of Twelve functions." Art. 1. - The Council of the Twelve - composed and formed in accordance with the Address Book VI Book I of the Statutes (1) and the Decree 13 October 1921 (2) - is the judiciary and of judicial administration organ. Art. 2. - In accordance with the Articles and subsequent laws, repealed any other habit, it is the duty of the Twelve: 1.) pronounce on applications for review of a judgment in accordance with Book VII of the Statutes: (3) 2 .) decision on the application of "consulting the wise" in accordance with book LXXIV Book II of the Statutes: (4) 3) the day and decide on objections to its jurisdiction and suspicion of the judges (Book II of the Statutes, Sections II and IV) : (5) 4.) allow additional time for judges to issue rulings, decrees and judicial decisions (Book II of the Statutes Book VI and Decree 30 December 1897): (6) 5.) given to women to alienate and to oblige the int ra dowry (XLI Address Book, Book II, Statutes): (7) 6.) grant to foreigners purchase, for any reason (including intestate succession), real estate sites on this territory (Address Book XXXIV, Book III of the Statutes) : (8) 7.) decide on appeals against the judgments of military discipline Council pursuant to and by effect of which all'art.60 of the organic regulations for the militia on 15 January 1867: (9) 8.) to issue the opinions referred to in Article 22 of Regulation 17 June 1882 for the Council General Guardia. (10) Art. 3. - are vested in the Council of the Twelve, repealed any other provision or custom, the following functions: 1.) enable charities, parishes, religious orders to perform the acts mentioned in the Decree of April 17, 1890 relating to the inability of legal persons: (11) 2.) grant legal recognition to associations or civil and commercial companies: approve the regulations, statutes, rules of operation: authorize the explication of their activities in this territory: 3.) decide on appeals against the judgments appealed the Justice of the Peace (art.70 et seq. of the Law of 10 December 1884 on the disputes procedure before the Conciliator): (12) 4.) grant amnesty rescript for civil cases affected by abatement (Book VI, Book II of the Statutes). (13) 5.) decide on applications for legal aid in the meaning and the effects of Law 20 December 1884. (14) The reports referred to art.5 of the law now that will be made in writing. As rapporteur will be appointed a lawyer entered on the register of the Tribunal or other person a degree in law. It is not necessary that the rapporteur is also member of the Council of the Twelve: 6.) decide on applications for review of convictions in criminal sentences under and to the art.201 and 202 CPP effects: 7.) to decide on questions of rehabilitation following criminal convictions in accordance with and for the effects of art. 224, 225, 226 CPP: 8.) decide on any complaints filed against the criminal penalties applied by Construction (article 23 and 24 of Reg. Edilizio October 30, 1864): (15) 9.) grant the authorizations referred to in art. 30 and 31 of Regulation 27 April 1912 on the vacant benefices. (16) Art. 4. - The Council of Twelve is also attributed lasorveglianza regulate the exercise of the professions of lawyer, attorney and notary. When a lawyer in exercise of the profession has failed or decorum or the seriousness or the dignity or honesty to those professions is fitting: can the Council of the Twelve - the office or on the complaint of the interested parties - to apply the admonition or suspension from the practice of the profession up to three months. Those disciplinary sanctions may be applied (irrespective of the eventual existence of crime and action peale) (17) even in cases where defenders inserissero offenses in extras gold instances, allg sub- mitted to the judicial or administrative authorities. The disciplinary punishment will be issued after collected the appropriate information and defenses of the State concerned. It remains close to the competence of the court of appeal for the cancellation of a legal pronounce from the list of defendants in the Court (art.20 of Law 26 May 1914) (18) Art. 5. - The Council of the Twelve decide on appeals in accordance with the Address Book XXII Book I of the Statutes. (19) In relation to the time that you specify Address Book: 1.) any individual or legal entity who consider themselves wronged his interest by an act, order, resolution, precept of an administrative nature may have recourse to the Council of the Twelve for the reform of etc. measure. provided that: a) it is clusa and the competence of judicial authorities
and it is not a devolved matter cial sp jurisdiction: b) Whether measures issued by G. and General Council or by the ratification: 2.) the appeal does not have suspensive effect: 3.) The decision of the Twelve he admits no other claim. E 'for another possible appeal to the Council G. and G .: a) if it comes to matters that special provisions should be examined by the said Council: b) in the case of measures that do not affect just one person but a collective of individuals . Art. 6. - the Council of the Twelve on each issue or practice can (even if it is not established by special provisions) seek the advice of a lawyer. Expenses related they will be charged to the requesting party and the aim will be required congru storage according to the Address Book VII Book IV of the Statutes. (20) Art. 7. - This Act shall come into force from the date of its publication and it will apply to all current practices. (1) A. p. 5. (2) that precedes Decree. (3) A. p. 162. (4) A. p. 112. (5) A. p. 67 and 70. (6) R. p. 79 and 72. (7) A. p. 93. (8) A. p. 133. (9) R. p. 574. (10) R. p. 597. (11) R. p. 83. (12) A. p. 352. (13) R. p. 70. (14) A. p. 361. (15) A. p. 477. (16) S. p. 76. (17) Art.488 CP - R. pag.419 - Art.14 Law February 26, 1878 R. pag.322. (18) See forward between Civil Laws. (19) A. p. 35. (20) A. p. 162.