The figure of the Spanish "procurator" has its equivalent in other legal systems
The figure of the Spanish "procurator" has its equivalent in other legal systems such as the French, in which there is the so-called Huissier de Justice.
The huissier is a kind of auxiliary agent of justice, that is, a legal professional who participates directly or indirectly in the public service of Justice.
The French word "huissier" comes from "l'huis", which means "door". The huissier can carry out activities such as notifications to the opposing party of judicial acts or executions, collection of embargoes, summonses, but they can also carry out legal advice, representation of parties in court, etc.
The huissier could be the equivalent to the "procurator" in Spain, although the procurator has substantial differences with the huissier. Therefore, let us remember our post on the figure of the "Procurator" in Spain:
What is a "Procurador" in Spanish Law? (mtcspainsolicitors.com)