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Section 10B of Advocates Act 1961 - Disqualification of members of Bar Council

 

 What are the Disqualification of members of Bar Council? Section 10B of Advocates Act, 1961

Section 10B : Disqualification of members of Bar Council

An elected member of a Bar Council shall be deemed to have vacated his office if he is declared by the Bar. Council of which he is a member to have been absent without sufficient excuse from three consecutive meetings of such Council, or if his name is, for any cause, removed from the roll of advocates or if he is otherwise disqualified under any rule made by the Bar Council of India.

 
 

ADVOCATES ACT 1961

Section 2 : Definitions

CHAPTER II
BAR COUNCILS

Section 3 : State Bar Councils

Section 4 : Bar Council of India

Section 5 : Bar Council to be body corporate

 

 

Section 6 : Functions of State Bar Councils

Section 7 : Functions of Bar Council of India

Section 7A : Membership in international bodies

Section 8 : Term of office of Members of State Bar Council

Section 8A : Constitution of Special Committee in the absence of election

 

 

Section 9 : Disciplinary Committees

Section 9A : Constitution of legal aid Committees

Section 10 : Constitution of committees other than disciplinary committees

Section 10A : Transaction of business by Bar Councils and committees thereof

Section 10B : Disqualification of members of Bar Council

 

 

Section 11 : Staff of Bar Council

Section 12 : Accounts and audit

Section 13 : Vacancies in Bar Councils and Committees thereof not to invalidate action taken

Section 14 : Election to Bar Councils not to be questioned on certain grounds

Section 15 : Power to make rules

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