Procurator (with procuracy or procuratorate referring to the office itself) may refer to:

  • Procurator (Roman), the title of various officials of the Roman Empire
    • Roman Procurators of Judaea Province, 44-132 AD
  • Procurator (Teutonic Knights), a position in the Monastic State of the Teutonic Knights
  • Procurator of San Marco, the second most prestigious life appointment in the Republic of Venice
  • Procurator fiscal, the public prosecutor in Scotland
  • Procurator to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, chief counsel to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
  • Public procurator, a position in some Roman law systems, analogous to both detective and public prosecutor, including:
    • Procurator (Russia), an office of the Russian Empire
    • Prosecutor General of Russia
    • Prosecutor General of Ukraine
    • Procurator General of the Soviet Union
    • Supreme People's Procuratorate, China
    • Supreme People's Procuracy of Vietnam, an office of the Vietnamese government
  • the head of one of the "nations", regionally-based separate corporate bodies in certain universities, most famously the medieval University of Paris.
  • Procurator (Catholic Church): in a monastery, the monk or nun charged with administering its financial affairs

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