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Section 8 of Advocates Act 1961 - Term of office of Members of State Bar Council

 

 

What is the Term of office of Members of State Bar Council? Section 8 of Advocates Act, 1961

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

The term of office of an elected member of a State Bar Council (other than an elected member thereof referred to in section 54) shall be five years from the date of publication of the result of his election.

Provided that where a State Bar Council fails to provide for the election of its members before the expiry of the said term, the Bar Council of India may, by order for reasons to be recorded in writing, extended the said term, the Bar Council of India may, by order for reasons to be recorded in writing, extend the said term , the Bar Council of India may, by order, for reasons to be recorded in writing, extend the said term for a period not exceeding six months.

 

 

 

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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