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THE BAR COUNCIL OF UTTAR PRADESH
19] egf”kZ n;kuUn ekxZ] bykgkcknA Qksu%0532&2623501] QSDl% 0532&2420068
19, Maharshi Dayanand Marg, Allaahbad. Ph: 0532-2623501, Fax: 0532-2420068
Website: www.upbarcouncil.com Email: uttarpradeshbarcouncil@gmail.com

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passport size color
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attested by Member
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Bar Council/First Class
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vf/koDrk ds :i esa iathd`r gksus gsrq jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn mRrj izn's k ds le{k bl vkosnu i= ds ek/;e ls
izkFkhZ@izkfFkZuh gw¡A
2- vko';d fooj.k fuEufyf[kr gS%&
¼d½ uke ¼vaxzsth esa½ Sri/Km./Smt.

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¼[k½ firk dk uke ¼vaxzsth esa½ Sri

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fu;e% 40 ds vUrxZr :0 1]000@& dk Mªk¶V cSad dk uke ,oa Mªk¶V la[;k--------------------------------------------,oa frfFk-------------------------
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38 ls 50 o’kZ gsrq :0 5000@& dk Mªk¶V] cSad dk uke ,oa Mªk¶V la[;k----------------------------,oa frfFk------------------------------------------------
50 o’kZ ls vf/kd ,oa lsokfuo`Rr gsrq :0 15000@& dk Mªk¶V] cSad dk uke ,oa Mªk¶V la[;k-----------------------,oa frfFk-------------
¼;fn vki vuqlwfpr tkfr ;k tutkfr ds gSa] rks mldk mYys[k ;gka vo'; djsa rFkk bl vk'k; dk ,d izek.k&i=
ftykf/kdkjh ls izkIr djds vo”; nkf[ky djsAa ½
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Photograph In Coat
Tie Duly Attested By

BAR COUNCIL OF UTTAR PRADESH


Member Bar Council
Of U.P or First Class
Magistrate

1. Name (In Full) As per L.L.B Certificate Sri/Km/Smt.

2. Father’s/Husband’s Name (In Full) Sri.

3. Resident (Specify State)

4. Permanent Address (For Registration Use)

PIN:

5. Local Address (For Communication Use)

PIN:

6. Place Of Practice/District.
Head Quarter :

Name of Subordinate Court

Tehsil :

7. Date Of Birth: DD : MM : YYYY:

8. Sex : Male : Female:

9. Marital Status : Unmarried: Married :

10. Category: SC: ST: OBC: General:

11. Age of Candidate on the Date of Application

YY MM DD
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12. Educational Qualifications :

Board/ Name of Duration of Percentage of


SL Academic Passing Regular/
Exam Passed Univers Institute/ Completion of Obtained
No. Session year Private
ity College Exam(in year) Marks

a. High School

b. Inter

B.A. B.Com.
c.
B.Sc.
d. LLB
e. Any other

N.B:- Ascertain LLB Degree obtained by affiliated college/university is recognized by Bar Council of
India.

Signature of the Candidate

13. Whether engaged in any business, trade or service at persent or before:


Y N
13 (a) if yes in column 12 then give details below :

Si Period(from- Designation/ Nature Address of Reason of Closer/End


Occupation
No. to-) of Work Employers of Occupation

1. Service

2. Business

3. Trade
Note: Enclose proof of discharge/closer/ending of above occupation/service by competent
authority
Date : Signature of the Candidate
Place
: (Name in full)

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FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Application Form Checked by me and found correct/incorrect. Age of applicant is aboe 21
year as per High School Certificate.

Checked By Signature
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vf/koDrk gksus ds fy;s ckj dkSafly vkWQ mRrj izns'k ds le{k fu;fer iathdj.k gsrq vkosnd fu"Bkiwod Z izfrKk djrk@djrh gw¡
vkSj fuEufyf[kr ?kks"k.kk djrk@djrh gw¡ fd%&
1- eSa 21 o"kZ dh vk;q iwjh dj pqdk@pqdh gw¡A
2- viuk uke iathd`r gksus dh frfFk ls lk/kkj.k mRrj izns'k ckj dkSafly ds vf/kdkj ls eSa fu;fer :i ls fof/k O;olk;
d:¡xk@d:¡xhA
3- 'kklu vFkok fdlh vU; foHkkx esa eSa fu;qDr ugha gw¡A
4- eSa dksbZ vU; O;kikj vFkok dkjksckj ugha djrk@djrh gw¡A
5- fdlh jkT; dh ckj dkSafly vFkok Hkkjr ds fdlh vU; U;k;ky; vFkok mPpre~ U;k;ky; }kjk vf/koDrk iathdj.k dk
esjk vkosnu i= dHkh vLohdkj ugha fd;k x;k gSA
6- eSa Hkkjrh; ukxfjd gw¡A
7- eSa fyf[kr ?kks"k.kk dj jgk@jgh gw¡ fd eSa viuh ;ksX;rk vkSj vPNs ls vPNs vius Kku ls ,d ,MoksdsV ds dk;Z ,oa
O;ogkj dk oLrqr% bZekunkjh ls fuokZg d:¡xk@d:¡xh vkSj iathd`r vf/koDRkvksa dk O;ogkj fofu;fer djus ds fy;s ckj
dkSafly }kjk cuk;s x;s fu;eksa dk fu"Bkiwod Z ikyu d:¡xk@d:¡xhA
8- eSa ?kks"k.kk djrk@djrh gw¡ fd Hkkjrh; lafo/kku ds izfr fu"Bk ,oa J)k j[kawxk@j[kwx a hA
9- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fdfdlh lsok esa ;qDr gksus] O;kikj dkjksckj vFkok fHkUu o`fRr djus ij viuk vf/koDrk
izek.k&i= ckj&dkSafly dks rqjUr lefiZr (Surrender)dj nw¡xk@nw¡xhA
10- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd fof/k O;olk; ds vius lk/kkj.k LFkku vFkok mlds ifjorZu dh lwpuk ckj dkSflay dks
nwaxk@nwaxhA
11- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd eSuas fof/k Lukrd mikf/k ckj dkmafly vkQ bf.M;k ls ekU;rk izkIr fof/k
laLFkku@egkfo|ky;@fo'ofo|ky; ls izkIr fd;k gSA
12- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd eSa dHkh uSfrd] vijkf/kd ;k vLi`';rk ds nks"k esa nf.Mr ugha gqvk@gqbZ gw¡A esjs fo:)
Hkkjrh; n.M lafgrk vFkok vU; fdlh ,DV dk dksbZ eqdnek fdlh Hkh QkStnkjh U;k;ky; esa fopkjk/khu ugah gS vkSj u
gh fdlh vkijkf/kd dsl esa esjh fxj¶rkjh gqbZ] vkSj u gh esjs fo:) iqfyl }kjk dksbZ foospuk py jgh gSA
13- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd vf/koDrk ds :i esa ckj dkSafly }kjk vf/koDrk iathd`r fd;s tkus ds ckn esjs fo:)
Moral Turpitude ds vUnj vkus okyk dksbZ Hkh vkijkf/kd okn ;k ,Q0vkbZ0vkj0 dk;e gksrk gS rks ifjokn dh
izfrfyfi mRrj izn's k ckj dkSafly dks mDr rF; dh tkudkjh gksus dh frfFk ls rhu ekg ds vUnj jftLVMZ Mkd ls
izsf"kr dj nwx a k@nwaxh rFkk bl ckr dks Hkh lqfuf'pr d:¡xk@d:¡xh fd izfr dk;kZy; dks fey xbZ gSA
¼v½ eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd mijksDr ifjokn ;k eqdnesa esa tks Hkh vfUre fu.kZ; gksxk bl fu.kZ; dh lR;&izfrfyfi dks
Hkh fu.kZ; dh frfFk ls rhu ekg ds vUnj ckj dkSafly vkQ mRrj izn's k dks lR;&izfrfyfi ds lkFk jftLVMZ Mkd ls
izsf"kr dj nwx a k rFkk bl ckr dks Hkh lqfuf'pr d:¡xk@d:¡xh fd izfr fey xbZ gSA
¼c½ eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd vf/koDrk ds :i esa iathd`r gksus ds i'pkr eSa vius thou ;kiu gsrq fdlh vU; O;kikj
;k O;olk; ;k ukSdjh ;k vU; izksQs'ku dks thfodksiktZu ds lk/ku ds :i esa ugha viukšxk@viukšxh A ;fn eSa ,slk
djrk@djrh gw¡ rks ,slk djus ds ckn vf/koDrk ds :i esa ewy vf/koDrk iathdj.k izek.k&i= ckj dkSafly mRrj izn's k dks
lefiZr djuk fuf'pr d:axk@d:axhA ,slk u djus ij ;g d`R; esjs }kjk ckj dkSafly mRrj izns'k ds izfr ÝkWM ekuk tk;sxk
vkSj Hkkjrh; n.M fo/kku ds vuqlkj n.Muh; vijk/k gksxkA
14- eSa fu"Bkiwod Z ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd [k.M 1 ls [k.M ¼13½ esa nh xbZ leLr lwpuk tks esjs iathdj.k ls lEcfU/kr gS]
esjs Kku ,oa fo'okl ls lR; gSA blesa u dqN fNik;k x;k gS vkSj u dksbZ Hkkx vlR; gSA
15- eSa ?kksf"kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd eSaus ckj dkSafly vkQ bf.M;k }kjk fufeZr [k.M 6 esa of.kZr pSIVj 1 ls pSIVj 4 esa fn;s
x;s ¼iathdj.k QkeZ ds lkFk layXu½ leLr fu;eksa dks HkyhHkkafr v/;;u dj fy;k gS ftudk ikyu iathdj.k ds ckn
iwjh fu"Bk ds lkFk fu;fer :i ls d:¡xk@d:¡xhA

eSa LFkku ¼iw.kZ fooj.k ns½a -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- O;olk; ¼izSfDVl½ djuk pkgrk@pkgrh gw¡A
LFkku%------------------------------- vkosnd dk Li"V uke
fnukad-----------------------------
vkosnd@vkosfndk ds gLrk{kj
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Character Certificate to be attested by Hon’ble Member Bar Council or


An Advocate on the roll of BCUP for more than 10 years
pfj= izek.k&i=
eSa izekf.kr djrk@djrh gw¡ fd Jh@dq0@Jherh------------------------------------------------------------------ iq=@iq=h@iRuh Jh--------------------------------
---------------------dks eSa O;fDrxr :i ls tkurk gw¡A ;s lPpfj= gS vkSj vf/koDrk iathdj.k gksus ;ksX; mi;qDr gSA

fnukad%----------------------------- gLrk{kj
iw.kZ uke------------------------------------------------------------------------------
inoh-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
vf/koDrk iathdj.k la[;k--------------------------------------------
iw.kZ irk----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

dk;kZy; dk izfrosnu

vkosnd Jh@dq0@Jherh------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iq=@iq=h@iRuh Jh-----------------------------


-------------------------------------fo'ofo|ky; ds---------------------------------------fof/k Lukrd gS rFkk bl izdkj ;s lu~ 1961 bZ0 ds ,MoksdsV~l
vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 24¼1½ [k.M Mh ds miyC/k 1 ds vUrxZr vf/koDrk gksus ds vf/kdkjh gSaA

gLrk{kj fyfid
izfrosnu

lu~ 1961 ds ,MoksdsV~l vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 24 ds vUrxZr vkosnd dks ,d vf/koDrk iathd`r dj fy;k tk;sA

frfFk-------------------------------------- lfpo

iathdj.k lfefr dk vkns'k


¼1½ vkosnd Jh@dq0@Jherh-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- iq=@iq=h@iRuh
Jh-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------dk uke lu~ 1961 bZ0 ds ,MoksdsV~l vf/kfu;e ds izkfo/kku ds
vUrxZr vf/koDrk iathd`r dj fy;k tk;s @ u fd;k tk;sA

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lnL; lnL; lnL;

iathdj.k izek.k&i= rS;kj djus dh frfFk----------------------------------------------------------------------------------


iathdj.k izek.k&i= la[;k--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

gLrk{kj fyfid fujh{k.k drkZ


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(TO BE FILLED BY OFFICE)

Photograph In Coat
Enrollment No. ....................................
Tie Duly Attested By
U.P. ....................................
Member Bar Council
Date of Enrollment .................................... Of U.P or First Class
Magistrate
Application No. Year Date

(TO BE FILLED BY APPLICANT)


1.Name (In FUll) As per LL.B Certificates Sri/Km./Smt.

2.Father's /Husband's Name (In full) Sri.

3. Date of Birth : DD MM: YYYY:

4. Sex : Male: Female:

5. Marital Status : Unmarried : Married:

6.Category : SC: ST: OBC: General:

7. Resident (Specify State)

8. Permanent Address

Mobile PIN:

9. Local Address

Mobile PIN:

Place of Practice:
Distt. H.Q.:
Name of Subordinate Court:

Teshil:
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uke -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

firk@ifr dk uke ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

iw.kZ irk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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eksckby uEcj--------------------------------------------------------fiu dksM-----------------------

i= O;ogkj dk irk Li"V :i esa fgUnh esa HkjsaA

uke -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

firk@ifr dk uke ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

iw.kZ irk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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eksckby uEcj--------------------------------------------------------fiu dksM-----------------------


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“Form For I-Card”


( Use Your Permanent Address To Fill This Form )
vkosnd }kjk Li"V :i esa fgUnh esa Hkjk tk;s
1- uke Jh@dq0@Jherh---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2- tUe frfFk vadks esa -----------------------------------------'kCnksa esa-------------------------------------------------------------------
ikliksVZ lkbt QksVks
3- firk@ifr dk uke Jh-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
dksV VkbZ esa fpidk;sa]
4- edku ua0----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- tks fd izekf.kr ugha
5- eks0@xzke----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- gksxhA
6- iksLV--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7- Fkkuk----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8- tuin------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9- fiu

dk;kZy; iz;ksx gsrq


1- vkosnu i= la[;k---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
gLrk{kj fyfid
2- vf/koDrk iathdj.k la[;k----------------------------------------fnukad-----------------------------------------------------
3- O;olk; dk LFkku-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
gLrk{kj lfpo

TO BE FILLED IN ENGLISH BY CANDIDATE


1. NAME Sri / Km. / Smt.........................................................................................
2. DATE OF BIRTH................................................................................................ Paste a
3. FATHER / HUSBAND NAME SRI…................................................................ Passport Size
photograph,
4. HOUSE NO..........................................................................................................
which would
5. MOH/VILL...........................................................................................................
not attested
6. POST.....................................................................................................................
7. POLICE STATION .............................................................................................
8. DISTRICT ……………........................................................................................
9. PIN

10. For Office Use


1. Application No..................................................................
Signature Clerk
2. Enrollment No...............................................Date ..........................................
3. Place of Practice...............................................................................................

Signature Secretary
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19] ] ] 0532&2623501

BAR COUNCIL OF UTTAR PRADESH


19, Maharshi Dayanand Marg, Allahabad, Ph : 0532-2623501

Web Add: www.upbarcouncil.com , Email: uttarpradeshbarcouncil@gmail.com

Instructions
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eSa--------------------------------------------------------------iq=@iq=h iRuh Jh--------------------------------mez-------------fuoklh-----------------------------------------------------------------------------'kiFk


iwod Z C;ku djrk gw¡ fd

1- ;g fd eSa tUe ls Hkkjrh; gw¡A


2- ;g fd esjh tUe frfFk-----------------------------------------gS vkSj esjh mez 21 o"kZ ls vf/kd gSA
3- ;g fd eSa dHkh vijk/k esa nf.Mr ugha gqvk gw¡A
4- ;g fd esjs fo:} Hkkjrh; n.M lafgr vFkok vU; fdlh ,DV dks dksbZ eqdnek fdlh QkStnkjh U;k;ky; esa fopkjk/khu
ugha gS vkSj u gh fdlh vijkf/kd dsl esa esjh fxj¶rkj gqbZ u gh esjs fo:} iqfyl }kjk dksbZ foospuk py jgh gSA
5- ;g fd eSa dHkh fdlh ukSdjh] O;kikj ,oa O;olk; esa dk;Zjr ugha gw¡A
6- ;g fd eS dHkh fdlh ukSdjh]O;kikj esa dk;Zjr ugha Fkk vkSj u bl le; gw¡A
7- ;g fd eSaus blds iwoZ fdlh ckj dkSafly vFkok mPPk U;k;ky; esa vf/koDrk iathdj.k gsrq izkFkZuk&i= ugha fn;k gS vkSj u
,slk dksbZ izkFkZuk&i= vLohd`r gqvkA
8- ;g fd eSaus gkbZLdwy ijh{kk--------------------------------------------------------esa mRRkh.kZ dh gSA
9- ;g fd eSaus b.VjehfM,V dh mikf/k lu~----------------------esa mRrh.k dh gSA
10- ;g fd eSaus Lukrd dh ijh{kk lUk~-------------------------------es mRRkh.kZ dh gSA
11- ;g fd eSaus fof/k Lukrd dh ijh{kk lu~--------------------------- esa mRRkh.kZ dh gSA
12- ;g fd eSaus fof/k Lukrd d{kk esa izosn'k ¼esfjV vFkok izos'k ijh{kk½ ds vk/kkj ckj dkSafly vkQ bf.M;k }kjk lEc}hd`r
fo|ky; ls izkIr fd;k gSA¼;fn gkbZ Ldwy ls ysdj vkosnu i= nsus dh frfFk rd dh vo/kh esa izkFkhZ dk fdlh dkj.ko'k
foJke gks vFkok vuqRRkh.kZ gqvk gks vFkok ijh{kk esa u cSBk gks] rks mldk LIk"Vhdj.k 'kiFk i= esa mfYYkf[kr djs½a
13- ;g fd esjs gkbZ Ldwy izek.k i= ls ysdj fof/k Lukrd ds izek.k i= rd esa uke rFkk ljuse dh dksbZ fofHknzrk ugh gSA
14- ;g fd vf/koDrk ds :i esa ckj dkSafly }kjk iathd`r fd;s tkus ds ckn esjs s fo:} Moral Turpitude ds vUnj vkus
okyk dksbZ Hkh vkijkf/kd okn ;k ,Q0vkbZ0vkj0 dk;e gksrk gS rks eSa mijksDr vkijkf/kd okn ls lEcfU/kr izFke lwpuk
fjiksVZ ;k ;fn ifjokn dk;e gksrk gS rks ifjokn dh izfrfyfi mRrj izn's k ckj dkSafly dks mDr rF; dh tkudkjh gksus
dh frfFk ls rhu ekgds vUnj jftLVMZ Mkd ls izsf"kr dj nwaxkA bl ckr dks lqfu'pr d:axk fd ifjokn ;k
,Q0vkbZ0vkj0 dh izfr ckj dkSafly dks fey xbZ gSA
¼v½mijksDr ifjokn ;k eqdness tks Hkh vfUre fu.kZ; dh lR; izfrfyfi dks Hkh fu.kZ; dh frfFk ls rhu ekg ds vUnj ckj
dkSafly vkQ mRRkj izn's k dks lR; izfrfyfi ds lkFk jftLVMZ Mkd ls izsf"kr d:axk vkSj lqfu'pr d:xk fd izfr fey xbZ
gSA
¼c½;g fd vf/koDrk ds ;i esa iathd`r gksus ds i'pkr ;fn eS vius thou ;kiu gsrq fdlh vU; O;kij] O;olk; ; ukSdjh ;k
vU; O;olk; dks thfodksiktZu ds lk/ku ds :i viukrk gw¡ rks esjs }kjk iathdj.k izek.k i= RkRdky ck dkSafly mRRkj izn's k
ds dk;kZy; esa lefiZr dj fn;k tk;sxk vkSj ,slk u djus ij eS Hkk0n0fo0 ds vUrxZrFraud dk nks"kh ekuk tkÅaxk
¼l½;g fd vkosnu i= esa esjs }kjk dh xbZ ?kks"k.kk esjs s O;fDrxr Kku esa lR; gS rFkk dksbZ Hkh RkF; esjs }kjk fNik;k ugha x;k
gSA
15 dksbZ fo'ks"k mYys[kA
;g fd 'kiFk&i= ds mi;qZDr iSjkxzkQ 1 ls --------------------------------------rd esjs O;fDrxr Kku ,oa foJke esa lR; gS] bleasa dksbZ
Hkh ckr >wB ugha gSA Hkxoku esjh lgk;rk djsaA
vkt fnukad-----------------------------LFkku-------------------------------------------------ij lR;kfir fd;kA

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vkosnu i= Hkjus gsrq vko';d funsZ'k


vf/koDrk iathd`r ds fy, fn;s tkus okys vkosnu&i= esa fuEefyf[kr ckrkssa dk gksuk vfuok;Z gSA

1- vkosnd dk uke vaxzth vkSj fgUnh nksuksa Hkk"kkvksa esa ,d gksA


2- izi= esa fufnZ’V lHkh mi;qDr LFkkuksa ij vkosnd@vkosfndk ds gLrk{kj gksA
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nkf[ky djsAa blds vfrfjDr Lukrd ikl] vad i= dh ewy izfr vo'; nkf[ky djsAa
5- ;fn fof/k Lukrd izek.k i= izkIr u gqvk gks rks ,y0,y0ch0 ijh{kk ds vUr% dkyhu ¼izkfotuy½ ew y izek.k i= ,oa fof/k Lukrd]
izFke f}rh; ,oa r`rh; o"kZ dh ewy vad rkfydk ,oa izekf.kr izfrfyfi nkf[ky djsAa
6- ;fn gkbZLdwy dk ewy izek.ki= miyC/k u gks rks fdlh jktif=r vf/kdkjh }kjk izekf.kr ifj.kke iznf”kZr jkti= ds m}j.k] lkFk esa
bl vk”k; dk “kiFk i= Hkh gks fd veqd m}j.k dsoy vkosnu ls gh lEcfU/kr gSA
7- ;fn vkosnd@vkosfndk dHkh ukSdjh esa jgk rks lsok fuo`fRr ¼fjVk;jesUV½ ]R;kx i= vFkok mUeqfDr ¼fMLpktZ ½ ds dkj.k ukSdjh
NksM+us dk ewy izek.k i= vf/kdkjh x.k dh eksgj lfgr ,oa Loizekf.kr izfrfyfi ds lkFk layXu dhft;sA
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¼n½ 150@ ¼,d lkS ipkl :i;s½ ds js[kkafdr ¼,dkmaVis;h ½ cSad Mªk¶V }kjk BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA
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ykHkkFkhZ ugha gksx
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bl jde esa iathdj.k 'kqYd ds lkFk vU; enksa ds “kqYd Hkh lEefyr gS½
¼n½ 25@ ¼iPphl :i;s ek=½ ds js[kkafdr ¼,dkmaVis;h ½ cSad Mªk¶V }kjk BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA
COLLECTION FUND ACCOUNT ALLAHABAD ds uke ls gksxkA
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¼;½ fu;e 40 vUrXkZr :i;s 1000@& ¼,d gtkj dk cSad Mªk¶V½ AKHIIL BHARTIYA BAR COUNCIL
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10- ;fn vki vuqlwfpr tkfr ds gS rks viuk tkfr izek.k&i= ewy ds lkFk izfrfyfi nkf[ky djsAa
11- mRrj izns'k ljdkj }kjk yxk;k x;k 500@ ¼ik¡p lkS :i;s½ dk lkekU; eqnzkad i= ¼tujy LVkEi isij½ tks izkFkhZ vius uke ls [kjhnsA
12- ik¡p ikliksVZ lkbt ds QksVks xzkQ tks dksV VkbZ ;k cUn xys dk dksV ;k 'ksjokuh es gh]vkosnu i= esa fu/kkZfjr LFkku ij yxkdj
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iathd`r vf/koDrk }kjk fn;k tkuk pkfg;sA
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pkfg;sA
14- ;fn vki IyhMj gks rks d`i;k mldk izek.k i= vo'; layXu djsa lkFk esa ftyk tt }kjk izkIr ,d i= Hkstas fd vki dc IyhMj ds :i
esa iathd`r jgdj odkyr fd;s gSA
15- iathddj.k ds i'pkr mRrj izns'k vf/koDrk dY;k.k fuf/k U;klh lfefr] y[kuÅ }kjk lapkfyr **vf/koDrk Hkfo"; fuf/k ;kstuk** dh
lnL;rk gsrq vkosnu djsAa ;kstuk dk YkkHk mBk;sAa
16- ;fn vkosnd }kjk fdlh foHkkx esa lsokjr jgrs gq, fof/k Lukrd dh f”k{kk izkIr dh xbZ gS rks lEcfU/kr foHkkx }kjk fof/k Lukrd dh f”k{kk
izkIr djus dh vuqefr lEcfU/kr izi= vkosnu i= ds lkFk vo”; layXu djsAa
uksV& lHkh dkxtkrksa ,oa ewy izek.k i=ksa dks Bhd ls uRFkh djdsa dk;kZy; esa tek djds jlhn izkIr djs ys vU;Fkk izek.k i=
[kksus dh ftEEksnkjh dk;kZy; ij ugha gksxhA
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uksV& d`i;k cSad Mªk¶V ds ihNs uke o irk vo'; fy[ks rFkk cSad Mªk¶V vkSj 500@&dk tujy LVkEi isij dh QksVks
dkaih vo'; yxk;sAa
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lfpo
ckj dkSafly vkQ mRrj izns'k
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Extract of relevant rules framed by the Bar Council of India


(As amended upto31st July 1995)
PART-VI
RULES GOVERNING ADVOCATES
CHAPTER-I
RESTRICTIONS ON SENIOR ADVOCATES
(Rules under Sections 16 (3) and 49 (i) (g) of the Act)
Senior Advocates shall in the matter of their practice of the. profession of law mentioned in Section 30 of the
Act, be subject to the following restrictions: . .
(a) A Senior Advocate shall not file a vakalatnarna or. act in any Court, or Tribunal, or before any person or
other authority mentioned in Section 30 of the Act. .
Explanation: "To Act" means to file an appearance or any pleading or application in any court, to Tribunal or before any
person or other authority mentioned in Section 30 of the Act, or to do any act other than pleading required or authorised
bylaw to be done by a party in such Court, or Tribunal, or before any person or other authority mentioned in the said
Section either in person or by his recognised agent or by an advocate or an attorney on his behalf. .
(b) (i) A Senior Advocate shall not appear without an Advocate on Record in the Supreme -Court or
without an Advocate in Part II of the State Roll in any court, or Tribunal, or before any person
or other authorities mentioned in Section 30 of the Act.
(ii) Where a Senior Advocate has been engaged prior to the coming into force to the Rule in this
Chapter, he shall not continue thereafter unless an Advocate in Part II of the State Roll is
engaged along with him. Provided that a Senior Advocate may continue· to appear with cut an
Advocate in Part II of the State Roll' in cases in which he had been briefed to appear for the
prosecution or the defence in a criminal case, if he was so briefed before he is designated as
a senior Advocate or before coming into operation of the rules in this Chapter as the case may
be
(c) He shall not accept instructions to dtaftpleadinq or affidavits, advice on evidence or to do any
drafting work of an analogous kind in anyCourt or-Tribunal, or before any person or other authority
mentioned in Section 30 of the Act or undertake convincing work of any kind whatsoever. This
restriction however shall not extend to setting any such matter as aforesaid in consultation with an
Advocate in Part II or the State Roll.
(cc) A Senior Advocate shall, however, be free to make concessions or give undertakings in the course of
arguments on-behalf of his clients on instructions from the junior advocate.
(d) He shall not accept directly from a client any brief of instructions to appear in any Court or
Tribunal, or before any person or other authority in India .
. (e) A Senior Advocate who had acted as Advocate (Junior) in case, shall not after he has been designated
as a Senior Advocate advise on grounds of appeal in a Court of Appeal or in the Supreme Court,
except with an Advocate as aforesaid.
(f) A Senior Advocate may. in recognition of the services rendered by an Advocate in Part" of the State
Roll appearing in any matter pay him a fee which he considers reasonable. .
CHAPTER-II
Standards of Professional Conduct and Etiquette
(Rules under Section 49 (1) (c) of the Act read with the Proviso thereto)
Preamble
An advocate shall, at all times, comport' himself in a manner befitting his status as an officer of the Court, a
privileged member of the community. and a gentleman, bearinqin mind thaf what may be lawful and moral for a person
who is not a member of the Bar, or for a member of the Bar in his non-professional capacity may still b s improper for an
Advocate. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing obligation, an Advocate shall feariessiy uphold the
interests
of his client, and in his conduct conform to the rules hereinafter mentioned both in letter and in spirit. The rules
hereinafter mentioned contain of conduct and etiquette adopted as general guides; yet the specific mention there of shall
not be construed as a denial ottne existence of other equally imperative though not specifically mentioned.
Section l- Duty to the Court .
1: An Advocate Shall, during the presentation of his case and while oinerwise acting before a Court, conduct
himself with dignity and self-respect. He shall not be servile and whenever there is proper ground for serious
complaint against judicial officer, it shall be his right and duty to submit his grievance to proper authorities.
2. An Advocate shall maintain towards the Courts' a respectful attitude, bearing in mind that the dignity of the
judicial office is' essential for the survival of free community.
3. . An Advocate shall not influence the decision of a Court by any ili2ga!or improper means Private
communications with ajudge relating to a pending case are forbidden.

4. An Advocate shall use his best efforts to restrain and prevent his client from resorting to sharp or unfair
practices or from doing anything in relation to the court, opposing counselor parties which the Advocate himself
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ought not to do. An advocate shall refuse to represent the client who persists in such improper conduct. He
shall not consider himself a more mouth-piece of the client and shall exercise his own judgment in the use of
restrained language in correspond dence, avoiding scurrilous attacks in pleadings. and using intemperate
language during arguments in Court.
5. An Advocate shall appear in court at all times only in the prescribed dress, and his appearance shan always be
presentable.·
6. An Advocate shall not enter appearance, act, plead or practise in any way before a Court, Tribunal or Authority
mentioned in Section 30 of the Act, if the sole or any member thereof is related to the Advocate as father,
grandfather, son, grand-son, uncle, brother, nephew, first cousin, husband, wife, mother, daughter sister. aunt,
niece, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-Iaw, brother-in-Iaw, daughter-in-law or sister-in-law.
7. For the purposes of this rule, Court shall mean a Court, Bench or tribunal in which above mentioned
relation of the advocate is a judge, Member or the Presiding Officer. .
9. An Advocate shall not wear bands or gown in public places other than in Courts except on' such ceremonial
occasions and at such places as the Bar Council of lndia or the Court may prescribe. An Advocate shall not appear
in or before any Court or Tribunal or any other authority for or against an organisation or an institution, society
or corporation, if he is a member of the Executive Committee of such orqanistion or institution or society- or
corporation. "Executive Committee", by whatever name it may be called, shall include any Committee or body of
persons which, for the time being, is vested with the general management of the affairs of the organisation or
institution, society or corporation. Provided that this rule shall not apply to such a member appearing as "amicus
curiae" or without a fee on behalf of a Bar Council, Incorporated Law Society or a Bar Association.
10. An Advocate should not act or plead in any matter in which he is himself peculiarly interested.
Illustration:
I. He should not act in a bankruptcy petition when he himself is also a creditor of the bankrupt.
II. He should not accept a brief from a company of which he is Director. An Advocate shall not stand as a
surety, or certify the soundness of a surety for his client required for the purpose of any legal
proceedings.
Section II Duty to the Client
11. An Advocate is bound to accept any brief in the Courts or Tribunals or before any other authority in or before
which he proposes to practice fee consistent with his standing at the Bar and the nature of the case. Special
circumstances may justify hi? refusal to accept a particular brief.
12. An Advocate shall not ordinarily withdraw from engagements, once accepted, without sufficient cause and
unless reasonable and sufficient notice is given to the client. Upon his withdrawal from a case, he shall refund
such part of the fee as has not been earned.
13. An Advocate should not accept a brief or appear in a case in which he has reason to believe that he will be a
witness, and if being engaged in a case, it becomes apparent that he is awitness on a material question of fact, he
should 'not continue to appear as an Advocate if he can retire without jeopardising his client's interests. . An
14. Advocate shall, at the commencement of his engagement and during the continuance thereof, make all such full
and frank disclosures to his client relating to his connection with the parties and any interest in or about the
controversy as are likely to affect his client's judgement in either engaging him or continuing the engagement.
15. It shall be the duty of an Advocate fearlessly to uphold the interests of his client by all fair and honourable means
without regard to any unpleasant consequences to himself or any other. He shall defend a person accused of a
crime regardless of his personal opinion as to the guilt of the accused, bearing in mind that his loyalty is to the
law which requires that no man should be convicted without adequate evidence.
16. An Advocate appearing for the prosecution of a criminal trial shall so conduct the prosecution that it does not
lead to conviction of. The innocent. The suppression of material capable of establishing the innocence of the
accused shall be scrupulously avoided
17. An Advocate shall not, directly or indirectly, commit a breach of the obligations imposed by Section 126 of the
Indian Evidence Act.
18. An Advocate Shall not, at any time, be a party to fomenting of litigation.
19. An Advocate Shall act on the instructions of any person other than his client or his authorised agent.
20. An Advocate shall not stipulate for a fee contingent on the results of litigation or agree to share the proceeds
thereof.
21. An Advocate shall not buy or traffic in or stipulate for or agree to receive any share or interest in any actionable
claim. Nothing in this rule shall apply to stock, shares and debentures of government securities, or to any
instruments which are, for the time being by law or custom, negotiable or to any mercantile document of title to
goods

22. An Advocate shall not, directly or indirectly, bid for or purchase, either in his own name or in any other name, for
his own benefit or for the benefit of any other person, any property sold in the execution of a decree or order in
any suit, appeal or other proceeding in which he was in any way professionally engaged. This prohibition,
however, .does not prevent an Advocate from bidding for or purchasing for his client any property which his
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client may himself legally bid for or purchase, provided the Advocate is expressly authorised in writing in this
behalf.
23. An Advocate shall not adjust fee payable to him by his client against his own personal liability to the client, which
liability does not arise in the course of his employment as an Advocate.
24. An Advocate shall not do anything whereby he abuses or takes advantage of the confidence reposed in him by his
client.
25. An Advocate should keep accounts of the client's money entrusted to him, and the accounts should show the
amounts received from the client or on his behalf, the expenses incurred for him and debits made on account of
fees with respective dates and all other necessary particulars
26. Where moneys are received from or on account of a client, the entries in the accounts should contain a reference
as to whether the amounts have been received for fees or expenses, and during the coursed the proceedings no
Advocate shall, except with the consent in writing of the client concerned. be at liberty to divert any portion of
the expenses towards fees.
27. Where any amount is received or given to him on behalf of his client; the fact of such receipt must be intimated
to the client, as early as possible.
28. After the termination of the proceeding, the Advocate shall be at liberty to appropriate towards the
settled fee due to him, any sum remaining unexpended out of the amount paid or sent to him for expenses, or
any amount that has come into his hands in that proceeding
29. Where the fee has been left unsettled, the Advocate shall be, entitled to deduct, out Of any moneys of the client
remaining in his hands, at the termination of the proceeding for which he had been engaged the fee payable under the
rules of the Court, in force for the time being, or by then settled and the balance, if any, shall be refunded to the client
.
30. A copy of the client's account shall be furnished to him on demand provided the necessary copying charge is
paid.
31. An Advocate shall not enter into arrangements whereby funds in his hands are converted into loans.
32. An Advocate shall not lend money to his client for the purpose of any action or legal proceedings in which he is
engaged by such client . .
Explanation. An Advocate shall not be held guilty for a breach of this rule, if in the course a pending suit or proceeding,
without any arrangement with the client in respect of the same, the Advocate feels compelled by reason of the rule of
Court to make a payment to the court on account of the client for the progress of the suitor proceeding
33. An Advocate who has, at any time advised in connection with the institution of a suit. appeal or other matter or
has drawn pleadings, or acted for a party, shall not act, appear or plead for the opposite party.

Section III-Duty to Opponent


34. An Advocate shall not in any way communicate or negotiate upon the subject matter of controversy with any
party represented by an Advocate except through that Advocate.
35. An Advocate shall do his best to carry out legitimate promises made to the opposite party even though not
reduced to writing or enforceable under the rules of the Court.
Section IV-Duty to Colleagues
36. An Advocate shall not solicit work or advertise, either directly or indirectly, whether by circulars,
advertisements, touts, personal. communication, interviews not warranted by personal relations, furnishing or
inspiring newspaper
comments or producing his photograph to be published in connection with cases in which he has been engaged
or concerned. His sign-board or name-plate should be of a reasonable size. The sign-board or name-plate or
stationery should not indicate that he is or has been President or Member of a Bar Councilor of any Association
or that he has been associated with any person or organization or with any particular cause or matter or the
specialises in any particular type of work or that he has been a judge or an advocate general.
37. An Advocate shall not permit his professional services or his name to be used in aid of or to make possible, the
unauthorised practice of law by any agency.
38. An Advocate shall not accept a fee less than the fee taxable under the rules when the client is able to pay the
same.
39. An Advocate shall not enter appearance in any case in which there is already a vakalat or memo of appearance
filed by an Advocate engaged for a party except with his consent; in case such consent is not produced he shall
apply to the Court stating reasons why the said consent should not be produced and he shall appear only after
obtaining the permission of the Court.

Section IV-A
40. Every Advocate borne on the rolis of the State Bar Council shall. pay to the State Bar council a sum of Rs. 90/-
every third year commencing from 1 stApril, .1993 along with a statement of particulars as given in the form set
out
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at the end of these Rules, the first payment to be made on or before 1 st April, 1993 or such extended time as
notified by the Bar Council of India or the concerned State Bar Council.
Provided further however that an advocate shall be at liberty to pay in lieu of the payment of Rs. 90/- every three
years a consolidated amount of Rs. 300/- .. This will be a life time payment to be kept in the fixed deposit by the
concerned State
Bar Council and interest to be used or the purpose of the rule. However, payment made by the concerned Advocate
before this consolidated payment shall be exclusive of it and no credit shall be given for the payment, but those
advocates who have paid consolidated am out of Rs. 200/- only as a consolidated, Rs. 100/-will be required to pay.
Explanatlon 1 : Statement of particulars as required by rule 40 in the form set out shall require to be submitted only
once in three years.
Explanation 2 : All Advocates who are in actual practice and not drawing salary or not in full time service and not
drawing any from their respective employers are only required to pay the amount referred to in this rule.
Explanation 3 : This rule will be effectives from 1.4.1994 and for period prior to this Advocates will continue to be
covered by old Rule.
41. (1) All the sums so collected by the State Bar Council in accordance with Rule 40 shall be credited in a separate fund
known as "Bar Council of India Advocates Welfare Fund for the State" and shall be deposited in the bank as
provided hereunder.
(2) The Bar Council of India Advocates Welfare Fund Committee for the State shall remit 20% of the total amount
collected and credited to its account, to ~he Bar Council of India by the end of every month which shall be credited
by the
Bar Council of India and the Bar Council of India shall deposit the said amount in a separate fund to be known as
"BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA ADVOCATES WELFARE FUND". This fund shall be managed by the Welfare Committee of
the
Bar Council of India in the maimer prescribed from time to time by the Bar Council of India for the Welfare of the
Advocates.
(3) This rest 80% of the total sum so collected by the Bar Council of India Advocates Welfare Find Committee for the
State under Rule 41 (1) shall be utilised for the welfare of advocates in respect of Welfare Schemes sponsored by the
respective State Bar Councils and this fund.sha'! be administered by the Advocates Welfare Committee for the State Which
shall submit its report annually to the Bar Council of India.
42. If any advocate fails to pay the aforesaid sum within the prescribed time as provided under rule 40, the
Secretary of the. State Bar-Council shall issue to him a notice to show cause within a month why his right to
practice be not suspended. In case the advocate does not pay the amount or fails to show sufficient cause, a
Committee of three members constituted by the State Bar'Council in this behalf may pass an order
suspending the right of the advocate to practise. Provided that the order of suspension shall cease to be in
force when the advocate concerned pays the amount along with a late. fee of Rs. 50/- and obtain a certificate
in this behalf from the .State Bar Council.
43. An advocate who has been convicted of an offence mentioned under section 24A of the Advocates Act or has
been declared insolvent or has taken full time service or part time service or engages in business or any
avocation
inconsistent with his practising as an Advocate or has incurred any disqualification mentioned in the Advocates
Act or the rules made thereunder, shall send a declaration to that effect to the respective State Bar Council in
which the Advocate is to show sufficient cause for not filling such declaration provided therefore the Committee
constituted by the State Bar Council under rule 42 may pass orders suspending the right of the advocate to
practise.
Provided that it shall be open-to the Committee to condone the delay on an application being made in this
behalf. Provided further that an advocate who had after the date of his enrolment and before the coming into
force of this
rule, become subject to any of the disqualifications mentioned in this rule, shall within a period of ninety days of
the coming into force of this rule send declaration referred to in this rule to the respective State Bar Council in
which the Advocate is enrolled and on failure to do so by such Advocate all the provisions of this rule would
apply.
44. An appeal shall lie to the Bar Council of India at the instance of an aggrieved advocate within a period of thirty
days from the date of the order passed under rules 42 and 43. .'
44A. (1) There shall be a Bar Council of India Advocates welfare Committee. consisting of five members elected
from amongst the members of the Council. .The term of the members of the committee shall be co-extensive with their
time in the Bar council of India:.

(2) (i) Every State Council shall have an Advocate Welfare Committee known as Bar Council of India
Advocates Welfare Committee for the State.
(ii) The Committee shall consist of member Bar Council, of India from the State concerned. who
shall be the Ex-Officio Charmin of the Committee and two mem hers elected from amongst
the members.
(iii) The Secretary of the State Bar Council concerned will act.as Ex-Officio Secretary of the
Committee.
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(iv) The term of the member, Bar Couricil of India in the Committee shall be co-extensive with
his term in the 'Bar Council of India.
(v) The term of members elected from the State Bar Council shall be two years.
(vi) Two members of the Committee will form a quorum of any meeting of the Committee.
(3) Every State Bar Council shall open an account in the name of the Bar Council of India Welfare
Committee for the State, in any Nationalised Bank. "
(4) No amount shall be withdrawn from the Bank unless that cheque is signed by the Chair man of the
Welfare Committee and its Secretary.
(5) The State Bar Council shall implement Welfare Schemes approved by the Bar Council of India through
Advocates Welfare Committee as constituted under sub-clause (2) (i). The State Bar Councils may
suggest suitable modifications in the Welfare Schemes or suggest more schemes, but such modifications
or such suggested schemes shall have effect only after approval by the Bar Council of India.
(6) The State Bar Council shall maintain separate account in respect of the Advocate Wel fare Fund which
shall be audited annually along with other accounts of the State Bar Council and send the same along
with Auditors Report to the Bar Council of India. _
44B The Bar Council of India shall utilise the funds received under Rule 41 (2) in accordance with the
schemes which may be framed from time to time.

Section V-Duty imparting training


45. It is improper for an Advocate to demand or accept fees or any premium from any person as a consideration for
imparting training in law under the rules prescribed by a State Bar Council to enable such portion to qualify for
enrolment under the Advocates Act, 1961. .
Section VI-Duty to- Render Legal Aid ,
46. Every Advocate shall in the practice of the profession of law bear in mind that anyone genuinely in need of a
lawyer is ennneo to legal assistance even though he cannot pay for it fully or adequately and that within the
limits of an Adocate's economic condition, free legal assistance to the indigent and oppressed is one of the
highest obligations an Advocate owes to society.
47. An Advocate shall not personally engage in any business but he may be sleeping partner in a firm doing
business provided that, in the opinion of the appropriate State Bar Council, the nature of the business is not
inconsistent with the dignity of the profession.
48. An Advocate may be Director or Chairman of the Board of Directors of a company with or without any ordinary
sitting fee, provided none of his duties are of an executive character, an advocate shall not be a Managing
Director or a Secretary of any company.
49. An Advocate shall not be a full time salaried employee of any person, government, firm, corporation or concern,
so long as the continues to practice, and shall, on taking up any such employment, intimate the fact to the Bar
Council on whose roll his name appears, and shall thereupon cease to practice as an advocate so long as he
continues in such employment.
Nothing in this rule shall apply to a Law Officer of the Central government of a State or of any Public
Corporation or body with Section 24(1) (e) of the Act despite his being a full time salaried employee.
Nothing in this rule shall apply to a Law Officer of the Central government of a State or of any Public
Corporation or body constituted by statue who is entitled to be enrolled under that rules of his State Bar
Council made under Section 28(2) (d) read with Section 24 (1) (e) of the Act despite his being a full time
salaried employee.
Law Officer for the purpose of this rule means a person who is so designated by the terms of his appointment
and who, by the said terms, is requirea to act and/or plead in Courts on behalf of his employer.
50. An Advocate who has inherited, or succeeded by survivorship to, a family business may continue it, but may not
personally participate in the management thereof.
51. An Advocate may review Parliamentry bills for a remuneration, edit leagal ttext books at a salary, do press vetting
for newspapers, coach pupils for legal examination, set and examine question papers and subject to the rules against
advertising and full time employement, engage in broad casting journalism, lecturing and teaching subjects, both legal
and not legal.
52.Nothing in these rules shall prevent an Advocate from accepting, after obtaining the consent of the State Bar Council
part time imployment provided that in the opinion of the State Bar Counicl the nature of the employment does not
conflict with his professional work and is not inconsistent with the dignity of the profession this rule shall be subject to
such directives if any as may be issued by the Bar Council of India from time to time.

CHAPTER-III
(Condition for right to practice)
(Rules under Section 49 (1) (ah) of the Act.
Even Advocate shall be under an obligation to see that his name appears on the roll of the State Council within
whose jurisdiction he ordinary practices.
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PROVIDED that if an advocate does not apply for transfer of his name to the roll of the State Bar Council within whose
jurisdiction he is ordinarily practising within six months of the start of such practice it shall be Deemed that he is guilty of
professional misconduct within the meaning of section 35 of the Advocates Act’’.

2. An Advocate shall not enter into a partnership or any other arrangement for sharing remuneration with any person or
legal practitioner who is not an advocate.

3. Every Advocate shall keep informed the bar council on the roll of which his name stands, of every change of his address.

4. The council or a state council can call upon an advocate to furnish the name of the state council on the roll of which his
name is entered and call for other particulars.

5. (1) An Advocate who voluntarily suspends his practice for any reason whatsoever, shall intimate by registered post to
the state bar council on the roll of which his name is entered, of such suspension together with his certificate of enrolment
in original.

(2) whenever any such advocate who has suspended his practice desire to resume his practice, he shall apply to the
secretary of the state bar council for resumption of practice, along with an affidavit stating whether he has incurred any of
the disqualifications under section 24A, chapter III of the Act during the period of suspension.

(3) The Enrolment committee of the state bar council may order the resumption of his practice and return the certificate
to his with necessary endorsement. If the Enrolment Committee is of the view that Advocates has incurred any of the
disqualifications the committee shall refer the matter under proviso to Section 26(1) of the Act.

(4) On suspension and resumption of practice the secretary shall act in terms of rule 24 of part IX.

6. (1) An Advocate whose name has been removed by order of the supreme Court or a High Court or the Bar Council as the
case may be, shall not be entitled to practice the profession of law either before the court and authorities mentioned
under section 30 of the Act, or in chambers, or otherwise

(2) An Advocate who is under suspension shall be under same disability during the period of such suspension as an
Advocate whose name has been removed from the roll.

7. An officer after his retirement or otherwise ceasing to be in service shall not practice for a period of two years in the
area in which he exercised jurisdiction to one in which he held office.

RESOLVED that nothing in these Rules shall prevent any such person from practicing in any Court or tribunal or authority
of superior jurisdiction to one in which he held office.

Explanation: ‘Officer’ shall include a judicial officer or authority as referred to in section 30 of Act.

‘Area’ shall mean area in which the person concerned exercising jurisdiction.

8. No Advocate shall be entitled to practice if in the opinion of the council he is suffering from such contagious disease as
makes the practice of law a hazard to the health of others. This disqualification shall last for such period as the Council
directs from time to time.

CHAPTER-IV

FROM OF DRESSES OR ROBES TO BE WORN BY ADVOCATES

(Rules under section 49 (1) of the Act)

Advocates appearing in the Supreme Court, High Court, Subordinate Courts, Tribunals or Authorities shall wear the
following as part of their dress which shall be sober and dignified:-
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ADVOCATES OTHER THAN LADY ADVOCATES

(a) a black buttoned up coat, chapkan, achkan black sherwani and white bands with Advocates’ Gowns, or

(b) a block open breast coat, white shirt, white collar, stiff or soft, and white bands with Advocate’s Gowns.
In either case long trousers (white, black striped of grey) or Dhoti.
I. LADY ADVOCATES
(a) Black and full or half sleeve jacket or blouse, white collar stiff or soft, with white bands and Advocates’
Gowns.
White blouse, with or without collar, with white bands and with a black open breast coat.
OR
(b) Sarees or long skirts (White or black or any mellow or subdued color without any print or design) or
Flare (White, black or black striped or grey) or Punjabi dress churidar-kurta or salwar-kurta with or
without dupatta) white or black.
Provided that the wearing of Advocates’ gown shall be optional except when
appearing in the supreme Court in High Court.[ Provided further that in courts other
than the supreme Court, High Court District Court, Sessions Court or city Civil Court
a black tie may be worn instead of bands.]