The difference between collegia and orders.

In each order there were judges (managers), as well as clerks and clerks (technical personnel). The collegiums included the Senate, advisers, assessors, technical workers (actuary, secretary, translator, registrar).

  • Principle of management. In orders, all power was in the hands of judges, while in collegiums decisions were made by the president with the consent of the rest of the members of the governing body.
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