Advocates Act, 1961 with Professional Ethics: Kindle Book

Advocates Act, 1961 with Professional Ethics: Kindle Book, available at reduced price.

Law governing legal profession in India.

Advocates Act, 1961 governs the legal profession in India. According to it there are two classes of lawyers entitled to practice law in India i.e. advocates and Senior Advocates. The Act has provisions for entry into profession as well as discipline and exit from profession. All the three aspects are looked after by the Bar Councils created under the Act which is a body of lawyers themselves. Bar Council also frames the Code of Conduct and Rules of Professional Ethics to be followed by every practicing lawyer. This book contains a specific chapter on Professional Ethics covering material from all over the Globe.

Kindle book available at the price of Bare Act.

My book titled “commentary on Advocates Act, 1961 and Professional Ethics” is now available at Rs. 300/- only (i.e. a commentary at a price slightly more than the cost of Bare Act). This offer is for limited period only. Check it by clicking the picture below:


This is the only original edition. All present editions sold as 2012 or 2013 editions are counterfeit copies of old edition of 2004 mixed up with unauthorized material. Please do not buy counterfeit.
Help intellectual development by buying the Original.

Free Bare Act can be reached here.

About Kindle edition

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