Since, Section 30 of the Advocates Act is now notified, by virtue of which, an Advocate may practice in any court in India and also before any authority or person who is authorised to take evidence.
We are all aware that for practice in supreme court (i.e. to file vakalatnama), one need to be enrolled as Advocate-on-Record (AOR) of supreme court. One of the condition for enrolment is that Advocate shall have office within periphery of certain distance from the supreme court. There are similar conditions for practice in original side original sides of certain High Courts e.g. Bombay High Court.
Whether notification of Section 30 will takeaway there restrictions on practice?
Similarly, as per Family Courts Act, no Advocate can appear and represent the party before it, as a matter of right.
Will subsequent notification of Section 30 will entitle an Advocate to appear before the family court as a matter of right?
Learned opinions of fellow members on forum is highly appreciated.
Thanx in advance.