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  Praetor d.o.o.
PRAETOR is not bound to execute the instructions if this meant violating legal regulations or good business practices or causing damage to an unculpable third entity.
PRAETOR is not late if it fails to meet the arranged execution deadlines because it has not received complete specifications and plans.
PRAETOR is not late if it fails to meet the arranged execution deadlines because it has not received complete specifications and plans or addenda.
www.praetor.si /about_us/terms_and_coditions   (3139 words)

  
  Praetor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The praetor sometimes commanded the armies of the state; and while the consuls were absent with the armies, he exercised their functions within the city.
Two praetors were appointed by Claudius for matters relating to Fideicommissa, when the business in that department of the law had become considerable, but Titus reduced the number to one; and Nerva added a Praetor for the decision of matters between the Fiscus and individuals.
The Praetor when he administered justice sat on a sella Curulis in a Tribunal, which was that part of the Court which was appropriated to the Praetor and his assessors and friends, and is opposed to the Subsellia, or part occupied by the Judices, and others who were present.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Praetor   (1166 words)

  
 Praetor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
According to Cicero, Praetor was a title which designated the consuls as the leaders of the armies of the state; and he considers the word to contain the same elemental parts as the verb praeire.
Praetor was also a title of office among the Latins: and it is the name which Livy gives to the strategus of the Achaeans.
Sometimes, extraordinary duties were imposed on them, as in the case of the Praetor Peregrinus (144 BC) who was commissioned by a Senatusconsultum to look after the repair of certain aqueducts and to prevent the improper use of the water.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/p/pr/praetor.html   (1024 words)

  
 PRAETOR - LoveToKnow Article on PRAETOR   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To meet this increase of business the tenure of office of the praetors and also of the consuls was practically prolonged from one to two years, with the distinction that in their second year of office they bore the titles of propraetor and proconsul instead of praetor and consul.
A praetor was essentially a civil judge, and as suchhe was accustomed at or before his entry on office to publish anedict setting forth the rules of law and procedure by which heintended to be guided in his decisions.
Hitherto the praetor had conducted the preliminary inquiry as to whetheran action would lie, and had appointed for the actual trial of thecase a deputy, whom he instructed in the law applicable to thecase and whose decisions be enforced.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /P/PR/PRAETOR.htm   (1206 words)

  
 Praetor - WCD (Wiki Classical Dictionary)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The praetor was a Roman magistrate responsible for the administration of justice.
When new territories were conquered, no new praetors were appointed; it became the Senate's habit to find governors for these new provinces by appointing propraetors and proconsuls, typically from the ranks of former praetors.
The praetors were chosen by the Comitia centuriata, an assembly of the people in which the richest Romans were in the majority.
www.ancientlibrary.com /wcd/Praetor   (354 words)

  
 Cursus honorum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also, a Praetor could exercise the functions of the Consuls throughout Rome, but their main function was that of a judge.
After a term as Praetor, the magistrate would serve as a provincial governor in the office of Propraetor, owning Propraetor imperium, commanding the province’s legions, and possessed ultimate authority within their province(s).
Their abilities to govern were only limited by the decrees of the Senate or the people's assemblies, and the Tribune of the Plebs were unable to veto their acts as long as the governor remained at least a mile outside of Rome.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cursus_honorum   (2315 words)

  
 praetor on Encyclopedia.com
PRAETOR [praetor], in ancient Rome, originally a consul, and later a judicial magistrate (from c.366 BC).
In 242 BC two praetors were appointed, the urban praetor (praetor urbanus), deciding cases to which citizens were parties, and the peregrine praetor (praetor peregrinus) deciding cases between foreigners.
The urban praetor exercised the functions of the consuls in their absence and of the peregrine praetor when he was holding a military command.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/p1/praetor.asp   (390 words)

  
 Praetor - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Praetor is the common title of the leader of the Romulan Star Empire.
In 2266, the Praetor sent his flagship across the Romulan Neutral Zone in an unprovoked attack on several border outposts.
There, a Praetor was a sort of minister of justice, invested with certain legislative powers, especially in regard to the forms or formalities of legal proceedings.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Praetor   (229 words)

  
 Praetor articles on Encyclopedia.com
praetor PRAETOR [praetor], in ancient Rome, originally a consul, and later a judicial magistrate (from c.366 BC).
In 242 BC two praetors were appointed, the urban praetor (praetor urbanus), deciding cases to which citizens were parties, and the peregrine praetor (praetor peregrinus) deciding cases
One of the survivors of the massacre of the Lusitani by the Roman praetor Servius Sulpicius Galba, Viriatus rose as a popular leader and persuaded his countrymen to resist Roman rule.
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 The Avalon Project : Acilian Law on the Right to Recovery of Property Officially Extorted, 122 B.C.
The praetor shall have jurisdiction over the proceedings, and the trial, judgment, and assessment of damages shall be by the terms of this law in the competence of those persons who constitute the trial court according to this law...
A dictator, consul, praetor, master of the horse, censor, aedile, plebeian tribune, quaestor, triumvir capitalis, triumvir for granting and assigning lands, or military tribune in any of the first four legions shall not be summoned to court as long as he holds a magistracy or the imperium...
The praetor, who has jurisdiction over the proceedings in accordance with this law, shall provide that the names of the said fifty judices whom the plaintiff and the defendant select and publish in accordance with this law and the names of the said partrons who are granted to the plaintiff in accordance with this law.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/medieval/acilian_law.htm   (3196 words)

  
 Glossary of Roman Law   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The praetor's Edict in particular contained the various formulae for causes of action he intended to recognize during his tenure of office.
The procedure was introduced by the praetors, who required the parties to formulate the issues in a case by a formal statement (formula), which was then passed on to the iudex for a determination of the facts.
The procedures developed by the praetors (the formulary system) were superseded in the 3rd century by the cognitiones.
thelatinlibrary.com /law/glossary   (1805 words)

  
 Search Results for "Praetor"
praetor, (pret´r) (KEY), in ancient Rome, originally a consul, and later a judicial magistrate (from c.366 B.C.).
...appointed to be the chief administrator of a province after serving his term of office as praetor.
Of or relating to a praetor or the praetorship.
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 CMS Praetor MeM - Email filtering and managed spam service
Separating Praetor MeM from other outsourced managed email services, is that your email filtering occurs on your own equipment, located on your premises.
Management of Praetor MeM is done remotely, by CMS technicians, over the Internet at times that you define, with permissions that you grant.
Praetor MeM pricing is based on the number of valid email addresses requiring protection at your domain(s).
www.praetor.net /PraetorMeM/PraetorManagedEMail.htm   (881 words)

  
 Praetor Data Sheet: Exchange
Praetor is installed with more than 20 default rules, most provided to control spam.
Praetor’s rules are periodically updated to combat the latest spamming techniques.
Praetor installs as a native Windows service, on either the same Exchange server or a separate Windows NT/2000 workstation.
www.messagingsolutions.com /Praetor/Praetor_for_exchange.htm   (471 words)

  
 Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2001.08.21
These edicts, in the case of the praetors, constituted the ius honorarium: "honorary" is the term used, because the law in question had come from the high honor of praetorian office.
The praetors sent to govern Sicily and Sardinia, from 227 BC on, are often seen working on behalf of provincials.
Piso senior and conspirators and accomplices in all his crimes, ought to be declared outlaws by the praetor who presides over the law of treason; and it is (the senate's) pleasure that their property should be sold and the profits consigned to the aerarium by a praetor in charge of the aerarium.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /bmcr/2001/2001-08-21.html   (4028 words)

  
 Praetor
In 242, a second praetor was introduced, the praetor peregrinus, who was responsible for Italy.
In 227, two additional praetors were introduced: they were responsible for the provinces of Sicily and Sardinia/Corsica.
After Sulla, the number of praetors rose to 8 or 10, after Caesar it was 10 or 12.
www.livius.org /pp-pr/praetor/praetor.html   (333 words)

  
 Legal Definition of Praetor
Ordinarily, be aid not decide causes as a judge, but prepared the grounds of decision for the judge and sent to, him the questions to be decided between the parties.
But the greater part of causes brought before him, be sent either to a judge, an arbitrator, or to recuperators, (recuperatores,) or to the centumvirs, as before stated.
Under the empire the powers of the praetor passed by degrees to the praefect of the praetorium, or the praefect of the city; so that this magistrate, who at first ranked with the consuls, at last dwindled into a director or manager of the public spectacles or games.
www.lectlaw.com /def2/p131.htm   (333 words)

  
 Jim Safley: Digital Archiving & Web Programming
Praetors, whose role was the administration of justice, annually issued an edictum perpetuum that laid out the terms of their office.
In the early Roman Republic, the office of the praetor was synonymous with the consulship; but in 366 BCE the judicial powers of the consuls were delegated to special officers, each named praetor urbanus.
On entering office, praetors were required to outline the central principles of their jurisdiction and ostentatiously display them in the Roman Forum.[23] In this outline, titled the edictum perpetuum, or simply edict, the praetors declared the steps they intended to take in the implementation of their office.
www.jimsafley.com /writings.php?hadrian=true   (1872 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Praetor
Praetor, also pretor, title of magistrate of the ancient Romans.
He was praetor in 57 bc and, as propraetor the following year, governed...
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 The Crouton Generation Archives
Praetor: Protect our brothers as long as you can, but if they should become too much a threat and interfere with our plans, you will destroy them as well.
Praetor: Bolster the planetary defenses on Remus and prepare the planet- cracker device.
Praetor (recorded): To the honored citizens of the United Federation of Planets, this is the Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire.
www.apeiros.com /~tcg/tcg2/epi2.html   (5491 words)

  
 Praetor Anti-Spam, Anti-Virus and Content Filtering Gateway
Praetor is a messaging firewall providing antispam, email content security and antivirus to Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino or other SMTP-based servers.
Praetor is installed as a Windows 2000/2003 service, and conceptually becomes a messaging firewall for your site.
Praetor's rule-based approach allows you to have different disclaimers for different conditions.
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 praetor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Eventually two praetors were elected annually, from the upper citizen classes as magistracies were not at first open to plebeians.
One praetor served as the urban praetor, praetor urbanus, who decided cases in the city to which citizens were parties; the other became the external praetor, praetor peregrinus, who decided cases involving one or more foreigners and served as the supreme authority in the provinces.
The urban praetor remained in Rome, primarily as a judge in the law courts, but he could also convene the comitia and initiate legislation.
www.vroma.org /~araia/praetor.html   (328 words)

  
 Search Results for "Praetor"
In 242 B.C. two praetors were appointed, the urban...
Latin propraetor : pro-, for; see pro-1 + praetor, praetor; see...
So said St. Lawrence when the Roman praetor commanded him to deliver up his treasures.
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 Livy: the Periochae of Books 96-100
Praetor Quintus Arrius crushed Crixus, the leader of the runaway slaves, and 20,000 men.
Proconsul Caius Cassius and praetor Cnaeus Manlius unsuccessfully fought against Spartacus, and the war was confined to praetor Marcus Crassus.
Praetor Marcus Crassus first fought victoriously with a part of the runaways, mainly Gauls and Germans, and killed 35,000 of them, including their leaders Castus and Gannicus.
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