No.1 While enrolling in State Bar Council in these days, it is written as "to be enrolled as an Advocate" initially.
No.2 Those "to be enrolled as an Advocate" can appear in any Court of Law according to the statutory provisions, by giving an "undertaking" to BCI (valid for six months). And if could not succeed within 6 months, again can give undertaking and continue. There is no limit practically.
No.3 In advocates act, there are two classes of advocates, namely senior advocates and advocates. There is no other option like 'to be enrolled advocates'.
No.4 BCI has not clarified the status of 'to be enrolled advocates', like their rights, duties, limitations, etc. by any rule/act.
No.5 Sec49 of Advocates Act provides opportunity to frame Rules to BCI subject to which advocate shall have right to practise and circumstances under which a person shall be deemed to pratise as an Advocate in a Court.
THERE are no specific Guideline for the 'to be enrolled advocates'.............................
Which is a clear violation of the Article 19.