Crown Syndicate

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The crown syndic was an advisor to the crown or king.

"Kronsyndikus" (also "Kronsyndicus", plural "Kronsyndici") was the title of a respected legal scholar who was called by the king to deal with legal matters of the "royal house", ie the king and his family, and to advise the king on legal issues .

In Prussia , Kronsyndici were members of the manor house ( upper house of the state parliament ) for life according to the ordinance due to the formation of the First Chamber of 1854 (§3) .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Art. Crown Syndicate . In: Herders Konversations-Lexikon , 3rd ed., Vol. 5: Combination – Mira . Freiburg 1905, col. 269.
  2. ^ Collection of laws for the Royal Prussian States. Contains the laws, ordinances, etc. from January 6th to December 6th, 1854, along with some ordinances from the years 1848, 1852 and 1853. Year 1854. Law Collection Office, Berlin 1854. pp. 541ff.