Pel Titolare Impedito

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mchapman0922
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Pel Titolare Impedito

Post by mchapman0922 » 10 Jul 2011, 03:41

I've been working with a birth record and came across the phrase "assessore funzionato da sindaco pel titolare impedito." Could anyone tell me what this means? I understand it has something to do with an officer working for the mayor, but it's the last part that is troubling me. I looked the words up individually, but I just don't see how a "hindered official" fits in. I'm assuming it's a phrase that doesn't translate literally.

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arturo.c
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Re: Pel Titolare Impedito

Post by arturo.c » 26 May 2017, 13:35

It simply means "alderman (working) in place of the Mayor [being the latter] unable [to attend]".

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