Congress Of Legal

Original Language Title: Congresso Dei Legali

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LAW ON THE CONGRESS OF LEGAL August 22, 1914 No 27 Art. 1. - They are part of the Congress of Legal all citizens residing in the territory of San Marino clean records demonstrating that he received his doctoral degree in law in a university of the Kingdom of Italy. Art. 2. - The Congress is chaired by the Regency. The Secretary of the Interior is its Secretary. Art. 3. - may attend the meetings of Congress, cn only an advisory vote, the judges of the Republic. Art. 4. - The task of the Congress of Lawyers is to: a) fulfill all the functions assigned by the laws enacted and to be issued; (1) b) give its opinion on the laws and regulations projects; c) promote the Great and General Council those of a legal nature that sees appropriate reforms; d) express their opinion on those issues that the Regency or the Great and General Council believe to submit to it. Art. 5. - The Congress shall meet on the orders of the Regency. Art. 6. - The quorum for meetings is necessary that all of the members have been invited at least the day before except in cases of extreme urgency, and which has been made half the members themselves or at least half of those who are enrolled in ' register of notaries and merchants in what lawyers and attorneys. Art. 7. - Voting takes place by open vote. But when it comes to rule on applications for legal aid (2) or on issues concerning people the vote is made, under penalty of nullity, in secret with bullets system. Art. 8. - The members who have direct interest in the deliberations must abstain from voting and absent; also they refrain those diiarano that there are particular reasons for abstaining. Those who abstain are counted to form the required number to the validity of the meeting. (1) The decision on appeals Free legal aid was taken at the Congress of Legal attributed to the Council of Twelve: see back Law June 5, 1923, p. 28. (2) See previous note.