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NATURE
NATURE OF
O F ADVOCATE’S
ADVOCATE’S RIGHT TO PRACTISE
PR ACTISE

A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED TO

UNIVERSITY FIVE YEAR LAW COLLEGE JAIPUR 

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ! PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING

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S%&$r'()( o" o*+ , SUBMITTED BY+ ,

Mr. C.P. Gupta Shweta Chauhan

Faculty- Professional Ethics Student of X Semester,

Uniersity Fie !ear "aw Colle#e, UF!"C, $aipur  

$aipur 

UNIVERSITY FIVE YEAR LAW COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN

JAIPUR 
MARCH 2-/
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%his is to certify that S63$01 C61%61" is a student of X

Semester of Uniersity Fie !ear "aw Colle#e, Uniersity of 

&a'asthan, $aipur. She has written the pro'ect report entitled N10%r$ o* 

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(t is further certified that the candidate has made an apprecia)le

attempt on the su)'ect mentioned a)oe.

Mr. C.P. G%&01

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I would li*e to e+press profound #ratitude to our irector r. Man'u oolwal,

$oint irector r. M.C. oolwal and my adisor,  Mr. C.P. Gupta , for their inalua)le

support, encoura#ement, superision and useful su##estions throu#hout this research

wor*. %heir moral support and continuous #uidance ena)led me to complete my wor* 

successfully.

I am as eer, especially inde)ted to my parents, for their loe and support

throu#hout my life. Moreoer, my sincere than*s #o to my friends, who shared their 

loe and e+periences with me. Finally, ( wish to e+press my appreciation to all of 

them who helped me oercome my dou)ts in doin# this pro'ect wor*.

 Shweta Chauhan

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.  INTRODUCTION

The practice of the law is not a business open to all who wish to engage in it;
it is a personal right or privilege… it is in the nature of a franchise from the State…. /

%his is 0uite surprisin# that the lawyers who fi#ht for ri#hts of others hae no
defined ri#hts for their own. 1oweer, this is true. 2ll ri#hts of lawyers that hae )een
codified or hae )een in practice for years are structured in a way as to ensure that the
lawyers conduct their duties in a proper manner. (t has )een said and correctly so that
for the le#al profession duties are priile#es and priile#es are duties.

%his is also to say that unli*e other professions there are a lot more restrictions
on the practice of law, which in turn disadanta#e the professionals in the field. Een
the ri#ht to practice is restricted )y 1i#h Court rules, Professional Conduct and last
 )ut not the least the idea that law is a no)le profession.

%he ri#hts of lawyers are more in nature of powers and priile#es #ien to
them for the purpose of conductin# their duties in a proper manner. (n a nutshell, it
can )e said that an adocate has the implied authority to admit or deny a document, to
 press or withdraw an issue in the case, to e+amine a witness or call no witnesses, and
do such other acts as are re0uired for the proper conduct of case. Many of these
 powers hae )een deried from the En#lish le#al system and hae continued oer the
a#es.

%he most important of all ri#hts of a lawyer is his3her ri#ht to practice.


1oweer, there are certain prere0uisites for allowin# a lawyer to e+ercise his ri#ht to
 practice. %his is the only ri#ht of adocates that has )een codified and placed in the
2docates 2ct, 4564 with the duties and code of conduct of lawyers.

. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

%he present research is a doctrinal research which is mainly )ased on the data
collected from the literature, )oo*s and preious researches )ased on the same topic.
7iews of teachers and their help are also )ein# proed fruitful in this research.
TABLE OF CASES

4. 2ltmeish &ein . Union of (ndia  2(& 45DD SC 46D.


. 2mar'it Sin#h alra s. Smt. Pramod Gupta 2(& ??< el ;4
>. Bar Council of (ndia s. 1i#h Court of erala 2(& ??; SC 
;. 1arisan*er &asto#i s. Girdhari Sharma 2(& 45D SC 4?45
<. 1arish Uppal s. Union of (ndia ??> 2(& SC8 ;>
6. $aymal %ha*ore s. Charity Commissioner 2(& ??4 Gu' 5
. P.C. $ose s. Ianda*umar 2(& 455 er ;>.
D. Surender &a' $aiswal s. Smt. 7i'aya $aiswal 2(& ??> 2P >4
BIBLIOGRAPHY

4. %he 2docates 2ct, 4564 Bare 2ct

. %he Bar Council/s 2ct, 456 Bare 2ct

>. r. ailash &ai, "e#al EthicsH 2ccounta)ility for lawyers J Bench-Bar &elations Central
"aw Pu)lications 5th Edn.

WEBLIOGRAPHY

4. www.le#alsutra.com

2. Goo#leH Search En#ine