What is the Powers of Central Government to make rules? Section 60 of Advocates Act, 1961
(1) Until rules in respect of any matter under
this Act are made by a State Bar Council and
approved by the Bar Council of India, the power to
make rules in respect of that matter shall be
exercisable by the Central Government.
(2) The Central Government after consultation with the Bar Council of India may, by notification in the official Gazette, make rules under sub section (1) either for any State Bar Council or generally for all State Bar Councils and the rules so made shall have effect, notwithstanding anything contained in this Act.
(3) Where in respect of any matter any rules are made by the Central Government under this section for any State Bar Council, and in respect of the same matter, rules are made by the State Bar Council and approved by the Bar council of India, the Central Government may, by notification in the official Gazette, direct that the rules made by it in respect of such matter such matter shall cease to be in force in relation to that bar Council with effect from such date as may be specified in the notification and on the issue and such notification the rules made by the Central Government shall, accordingly, cease to be in force except as respects thing done or omitted to be done before the said date.
CHAPTER VII TEMPORARY AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS