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IMPORTANT CASE LAW FOR ADVOCATES

ADVOCATES  ACT, 1961,RULES FRAMED BY BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA, RULE 49[2]-BAR OF-AMBIT OF- MAIN AND OPENING PARAGRAPH OF THE RULE PROHIBITS OR BARS AN ADVOCATE FROM BEING A FULL TIME SALARIED EMPLOYEE OF ANY PERSON, GOVRMENT,FIRM,CORPORATION OR CONCERNED SO LONG AS HE CONTINUES TO PRACTICE -AN OBLIGATION IS CAST ON AN ADVOCATE WHO TAKES UP ANY SUCH EMPLOYMENT TO INTIMATE THE FACTS TO CONCERNED BAR COUNCIL- SUCH ADVOCATE SHALL CEASE TO PRACTICE SO LONG AS CONTINUES HE CONTINUE IN SUCH EMPLOMENT -SUCH BAR CREATED IN PARA 1 OF RULE 49 WILL NOT BE APPLICABLE TO LAW OFFICER OR CENTRAL OR STATE GOVERMENT OR ANY PUBLIC CORPORATION OR BODY CONSTITUTED BY A STATUTE, IF THEY ARE GIVEN ENTITLEMENT UNDER THE RULE OF THEIR STATE BAR COUNCIL.

SATISH KUMAR SHARMA V/S THE BAR COUNCIL OF HIMACHAL PRADESH

2001 SAR [CIVIL] 277 [ S.C.]

DECIDED ON 03/01/2001.


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