I am an advocate and doing practice in taxation from rented residential house (it is residence cum office), which is having a domestic electricity meter. But, whenever the person comes from the electricity department to serve the electricity bill, he says, no, no you are doing commercial activity, so you should go for commercial meter, by seeing the computers and printers in my office.
So, I heard that doing advocacy/legal practice does not amount to commercial activity, hence, the office where such activity is carried on, it can be with domestic electricity meter. Is it right, if so, can I have relevant section and Act, so that I can rely on him. Kindly advice.