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can an advocate practice different proffession


pls guide me, whether an advocate who has registered himself as an advocate under the state bar council of INDIA can practice different proffession or not.


Further Pls guide me is their any provision to practice proffession other than as an advocate by securing the permission from the respected council

If he is practicing how can he safeguard himself from such, and what are the procedure he should follow for the same

 
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advocate

Please refer Adovcates Act 1961  threre soem exception with retion to family business and career related with law.

 
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Advocate

As per advocates Act We advocates
cannot be engaged in other profitable professtion while we are
practicing. If you want to be gainfully employed elsewhere youhave to
surrender your sanad.

 
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n/a

pls provide the same provision as an attachment or else
 
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advocate/legal consultant

you can take up classes as lecturer in law colleges  only is permitted by the bar council while pursuing the proffession.or else join any law firm where you can be a litigation counsel that is you will be taking care of the cases in the courts.

 
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advocate

See Section 25 of the Bar council o India rules.

 
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POWER OF DEFENSE IS IMMENSE

Yes there are restrictions for advocates to do any other profession with some exceptions as stated by other freinds.


But you can find ways out if your opportunities are big. You can be a director in a Ltd co.


You can also run buisness for the HUF , which can be existing or can be  created by partition of earlier HUF provided you have copancers for new HUF.

 
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it is very clear that an advocate can not work as fulltimer in any other organisation. for this he or she has to surrender his license


sankar 

 
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ADVOCATE & TAX CONSULTANT

With a law degree, there are many other professions, but as an advocate, you cannot do much in other kind of jobs
 
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The Law Consulting

Yes, I am also consented with the opinions given. As per Sec25, a lawyer being in practice cannot go for fulltime oppertunities with any employer.


Regards


Kumar Arvind


L.L.B IInd Yr. Student

 
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