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Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations - November/December 2009 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Long Comment on the salient features of Advocates Act 1961 and suggest whether the Act needs to be amended in any respect?
Long Though Article 19(1)(g) confers on citizens a fundamental right to practice any profession, or to carry any on any occupation, trade or business, sub clause (6)(i) of the same article empowers the state to make reasonable regulation of the right by imposing restrictions in the form of professional or technical qualifications necessary for practising any profession or carrying on any occupation, trade or business. Elucidate how these two can be reconciled with reference to Advocates Act 1961 and other BCI Regulations.
Long Outline the code of ethics formulated by the Bar Council of India and how they are implemented in practice.
Long Elucidate the duties of an advocate towards the clients. Do you think they are being sincerely practiced now. What remedies do you suggest for proper implementation?
Long Explain the Standards of Profession Conduct and Etiquette expected from an Advocate and how it is regulated by BCI.
Long As per rules of profession "an Advocate shall not influence the decision of a Court by any illegal or improper means". Discuss with reference to illustrative cases like the recent misconduct of advocates of Delhi in BMW hit and run case. (RK Anand Vs. Registrar of Delhi High Court).
Long Outline various branches of accounting and distinguish between book-keeping and accounting.
Long Explain the objectives and functions of financial accounting.
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