that section 23 of the Act prescribes certain acts and omissions constituting unprofessional, dishonourable or unworthy conduct on the part of a lawyer registered in 00111*86 of his firm as such, notary or intermediary; 22B Rechtsanwälte may enter into contingency fee agreements. NOW, therefore, it is provided that unprofessional, dishonourable or unworthy conduct of a lawyer, notary or licensed intermediary includes, but is not limited to, any of the following acts or omissions: WHEREAS paragraph 63(2)(k) of the Act provides that articles may be issued by the corporation if they are adopted by a majority of the members present in person or by an agent at a general meeting of the corporation that defines actions that constitute unprofessional, dishonourable or undignified conduct on the part of legal practitioners; This Act may be referred to as the Legal Practitioners Act [Chapter 27:07]. WHEREAS ON 2. December 2013 decided to impose other acts and omissions constituting unprofessional, dishonorable and undignified conduct, to consolidate them with the acts and omissions contained in Article 23 of the Law, in order to create a comprehensive code and convert this code into law: Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with a *22E maximum fee payable under the contingency fee agreement. 22F Review of contingency fee agreement or fees payable. „Council of the Society“ means the Council of the Society established under Article fifty-four; `country of reciprocity` means a country declared as a country of reciprocity in accordance with Subsection 2; „Articles of Association“ means the articles adopted by the Company within the meaning of Article sixty-three; PRACTICE-RELATED PRIVILEGES, LIMITATIONS, AND INFRACTIONS Save my name, email address, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. „board of directors“ means the trustees of the Law Society Indemnity Fund referred to in section sixty-eight. 49A.
Appeals against decisions of the Council for Legal Education. Laws 15/1981, 32/1981, 14/1982, 15/1983, 31/1983, 10/1986, 29/1989, 23/1991, 22/1992 (p. 15), 11/1996, 18/1996 (p. 26), 14/1999 (p. 23), 10/2000, 22/2001 (p. 4), 6/2005 (p. 32), 9/2006 (p. 32).