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Anil Saraogi (Advocate)     28 March 2018

Can advocates represent their clients in llp formation?

I am a Practicing Advocate with valid CoP.

Can I take work related to LLP formation from  my Client ?

Are Advocates allowed to represent clients on MCA website?

If yes, what all can Advocates do, and what not?



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Assuming you are not a full-time advocate working in a company, you can take up any work of your client. As filing papers for setup of a company can be done by a lawyer in his professional capacity as advocate & not company employee, you can definitely do so.

Regards being had to your second query, advocates can represent clients registered on the MCA website, so long as they (advocates) are not a partner in the company. If you are a full time lawyer, you are debarred from practicing law.

It is suggested that you please look up BCI Rules for assistance.


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