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1708 - REAL DRITTO DELLA MEZZ'ANNATA...
1708 - REAL DRITTO DELLA MEZZ'ANNATA...
1708 - REAL DRITTO DELLA MEZZ'ANNATA...

1708 - REAL DRITTO DELLA MEZZ'ANNATA NELLO STATO DI MILANO - RENDITA IN FELIPPI D'ARGENTO - MILANO

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1708 - REAL DRITTO DELLA MEZZ'ANNATA NELLO STATO DI MILANO - RENDITA IN FELIPPI D'ARGENTO - MILANO

Document of great historical / financial value. R9

The imposition of the half year, established in 1631 by Philip IV for extraordinary needs, struck anyone who held offices or offices granted by the king and consisted in paying half the rent of the first year in which he occupied the post. In 1749 a plan abolished the "seriousness" for the annual and biennial offices, reserving it only for perpetual offices. The payment of the fee was also due at the time of purchase of a fief or at the time of succession in it

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The history of the period: the State of Milan had maintained the administrative autonomy and the old magistracies continued to function essentially unchanged, even if reformed and in some cases changed in their main functions: Charles V, signing the Novae Constitutiones, wanted and started by Francesco II Sforza, he had reiterated his desire to continue and confirm the administrative legal structure of the state according to its traditions. With the arrival of the Austrians, the administrative and government policy of Charles VI shows no break with the ducal and Spanish tradition and the magistracies do not undergo modifications. The entry of the Savoys in Milan in the years 1733-1736 will only bring a momentary upheaval: Carlo VI will put everything back to Milan, as he was before. Substantial changes occurred only after 1740 with the advent of Maria Theresa of Austria: in 1749 there was a general reorganization of the magistracies and the number of officials was decreased, some offices were abolished (the secret council), others changed appearance ( the governor, the magistrates of the incomes etc.), others were established (the supreme council of economy, the council for the fiscal causes). In 1771 there was a general reform of the magistracies: separation of powers, and therefore changes in the functions of some of them (the senate remained with the sole jurisdictional function), abolition of others (the supreme economic council) and also an increase in the number of government consultors, the administration of finances passed to the Chamber Magistrate etc. But it is with Giuseppe II in 1786 that the real substantial change takes place: the process of modernizing the administrative organs put in place by the government of Vienna wiped out the entire Milanese apparatus as it had for centuries and ancient magistrates such as the Senate were abolished , the Chamber Magistrate, the judiciary of Health; court and collegiate courts were instituted, which were responsible for the jurisdictional functions and specialized departments that would have performed the administrative function on the governing council.

Product Details

Place of issue
Milano
Year of issue
1708
Nation of issue
Ducato di Milano
Rarity Index
R9
Quotation Index
S8

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