2014
DOI: 10.1590/2237-101x015029009
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Abstract: RESUMOEste trabalho pretende analisar a concessão em propriedade de ofícios da monarquia portuguesa nos séculos XVII e XVIII. Com base em fontes de natureza diversa, deseja-se saber quais eram os cargos civis concedidos pelo rei segundo esta modalidade, assim como a sua expressão numérica na hierarquia administrativa. Considerando-se, ao mesmo tempo, o que se costuma definir como as normas e as práticas, analisar-se-ão os direitos dos titulares e seus descendentes para, finalmente, avaliar as mudanças administ… Show more

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“…As the judge explained it, the public office was a grant from the crown that could be withdrawn without any recourse for reparations by the office holder. 9 That ruling showcases the nebulous nature of office holding in early modern Portugal. A public office could and often was the 'property' of an office holder's family, but it could not be counted as part of the family estate.…”
Section: Public Offices and Inheritancementioning
confidence: 97%
“…As the judge explained it, the public office was a grant from the crown that could be withdrawn without any recourse for reparations by the office holder. 9 That ruling showcases the nebulous nature of office holding in early modern Portugal. A public office could and often was the 'property' of an office holder's family, but it could not be counted as part of the family estate.…”
Section: Public Offices and Inheritancementioning
confidence: 97%
“…Such logic has already been discussed in the literature by other authors (Cardim, 2005;Gouvea, 2010;Hespanha, 1994;Marcos, 1997;Stumpf, 2012aStumpf, , 2014. Thus, it was created the impression that the PPC would be a public agent, despite its funds being originated privately.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 79%
“…Another feature of the Portuguese Ancien Régime society was the sale of royal offices (venalidade de ofícios) (Stumpf, 2012a(Stumpf, , 2014. According to McAlister (1987, p. 439), "the purchase price constituted a nonrefundable bond for correct performance, but it was used in fact as a source of revenue".…”
Section: Theoretical Approachmentioning
confidence: 99%
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