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Queen's Proctor


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A solicitor who, under the direction of the Attorney General, gives legal advice to the courts on difficult or disputed legal problems involving divorce and who intervenes, generally to prevent a divorce from being made absolute, in cases in which not all the material facts were before the court earlier. The office of Queen's Proctor is held by the Treasury Solicitor.

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