Lex Vedia de magistratuum aetate (Nova Roma)

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An exemption to this law may be granted to a person by the approval of both [[censores (Nova Roma)|censors]] and a [[:Category:Senatus consulta (Nova Roma)|''senatus consultum'']] approved by a two-thirds majority vote. Such an exemption must be sought prior to the official start of the election in question, and must be granted in order to participate as a formal candidate in the election process. A failure to act on the question of an exemption shall not constitute a tacit approval of the exemption.
 
An exemption to this law may be granted to a person by the approval of both [[censores (Nova Roma)|censors]] and a [[:Category:Senatus consulta (Nova Roma)|''senatus consultum'']] approved by a two-thirds majority vote. Such an exemption must be sought prior to the official start of the election in question, and must be granted in order to participate as a formal candidate in the election process. A failure to act on the question of an exemption shall not constitute a tacit approval of the exemption.
 
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'''Note by Praetor C. Aemilius Crassus''': This Lex was implicitly repealed by [[Lex Cornelia de cursu honorum (Nova Roma)|Lex Cornelia de cursu honorum]]. {{Sep 13}} {{2013}}
 
'''Note by Praetor C. Aemilius Crassus''': This Lex was implicitly repealed by [[Lex Cornelia de cursu honorum (Nova Roma)|Lex Cornelia de cursu honorum]]. {{Sep 13}} {{2013}}
  
 
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Revision as of 13:09, 13 September 2013

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This lex has been REPEALED.

Approved by Comitia Populi Tributa
Yes: 27 No: 2 Abs.: 4
a.d. III Non. Feb. Fl. Vedio (II) M. Cassio (II) cos. MMDCCLIV a.u.c.


Paragraph VI. of the lex Iunia de magistratuum aetate is hereby amended to read as follows:

An exemption to this law may be granted to a person by the approval of both censors and a senatus consultum approved by a two-thirds majority vote. Such an exemption must be sought prior to the official start of the election in question, and must be granted in order to participate as a formal candidate in the election process. A failure to act on the question of an exemption shall not constitute a tacit approval of the exemption.


Note by Praetor C. Aemilius Crassus: This Lex was implicitly repealed by Lex Cornelia de cursu honorum. Id. Sep. L. Sulla (III) cos. sine collega MMDCCLXVI a.u.c.

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