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mukesh (ff)     14 May 2013

Cancellation of sanad

Dear Experts,

Suppose a person is registered with barcouncil of maharashtra as advocate and without suspending his sanad or informing bar council he starts working with company in some other field (not as a lawyer or legal advisor). But he also stops practicing law from the beginning it self. If this is discovered by bar council. what action will the bar council will take ?

does his sanad will be cancelled ?

If sanad is cancelled will it be temporary or permanent ?

If his sanad is cancelled and after some years that person want to practice full time law will he be able to get his sand back/re-register ?

does a legal action or fine will be imposed on him ?

pls advice


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Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     14 May 2013

A person if have taken up some employment should surrender the sanad issued to him by the bar council otherwise the bar council can cancel it. If a person again wants to practice law then, he shall have to again apply to the bar council for the same.

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