LAW ON FREE LEGAL AID 20 December 1884 1. - And 'granted legal aid: 1) the poor foreigners to' Under Article. 5 of good neighborly agreement with the Kingdom of Italy on 27 March 1872; 2 °) to San Marino in the sense of the following items. 2. - To obtain legal aid, the applicant must prove the state of poverty and his good right in the dispute so dimanda legal assistance. 3. - The state of poverty must be documented by means of an affidavit taken by the officer of the Civil State. Good law, namely the probable victory of the cause, must be recognized by Congress Legal. 4. - The use possession of the documents will be signed by an attorney and prosecutor directed to a Regency. 5. - The Regency will appoint a rapporteur, who, taken full knowledge of the cause, is first of all kept to groped a poem. If conciliation fails, the rapporteur at the first meeting of legal advisors, will make the report of the cause. The Regency, the discussion closed, will put to votes this demand. The decision will be taken in secret coll'intervento only the voters, and by a majority of votes. 6. - The prosecutor who signed the appeal, and judicial authorities do not have a deliberative vote. 7. - The application for legal aid from the date of submission shall suspend the running of time for all legal purposes, as long as duly recorded. 8. - The granted legal aid will have the benefit even in the second level of the law if the other party interposes the appeal. 9. - If he makes the appellant, must get a new admission in the manner expressed in Art. 2, 3 and 4. The Congress Office in this case is to decide dop having pondered especially the reasons for the decision at first instance and the reasons of 'act of appeal. 10 .- The lawyers, prosecutors, experts and any other operator a profession, must free them lend the work for persons admitted to legal aid. In case of refusal will incur a fine of pounds 100. 11. - The skills due to the Registry and to the sliders, the stamp duty and registration will be noted in due course. 12. - For the party admitted to a file format patronage equally plain paper to the stamped paper in the size and number of lines. And 'it is forbidden to the other party to do any act or occurrence in the file relating to the sponsored free. 13. - Fees, skills and rights will be consistent repeatability only from unsuccessful unassisted free. 14. - If the orders judgments in whole or in part the compensation of charges, these will be obtained in whole or in part from what the judged attaches to those who have been granted the benefit of the poor.