Form G Memorandum Of Appeal

Section 37 in THE ADVOCATES ACT, 1961

37. Appeal to the Bar Council of India.—

(1) Any person aggrieved by an order of the disciplinary committee of a State Bar Council made 1[under section 35] 2[or the Advocate General of the State] may, within sixty days of the date of the communication of the order to him, prefer an appeal to the Bar Council of India.

(2) Every such appeal shall be heard by the disciplinary committee of the Bar Council of India which may pass such order 2[(including an order varying the punishment awarded by the disciplinary committee of the State Bar Council)] thereon as it deems fit: 2[Provided that no order of the disciplinary committee of the State Bar Council shall be varied by the disciplinary committee of the Bar Council of India so as to prejudicially affect the person aggrieved without giving him reasonable opportunity of being heard.

So form g should be filled according to the rule given under the act  Form G  Memorandum Of Appeal (Under Rule 21 In Chapter I, Part Vii Of The Rules Of The Bar Council Of India)

PART 7 : DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS AND REVIEW

CHAPTER 1 : COMPLAINTS AGAINST ADVOCATES AND PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED BY DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEES OF THE STATE BAR COUNCIL AND THE BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA

[Rules under section 49 (1) (f) of the Act] A. Complaint and Enquiry under sections 35, 36 and 36B of the Act

RULE 21 : Rule 21

(1) The memorandum of appeal referred to in rule 19 (1) of this Chapter shall contain necessary particulars as in the Form G. The memorandum of appeal shall state when the order was communicated to the appellant, and how it is in time.

(2) Along with the memorandum of appeal, the appellant shall file—

(a) either the authenticated or the certified copy of the order appealed against, signed by the Registrar of the Disciplinary Committee, and

(b) five additional copies of the memorandum of appeal and of the order appealed against, if there is only one Respondent; if there is more than one Respondent, such number of additional copies as may be necessary. All copies shall be certified as true copies by the appellant or by his counsel.

(3) Every memorandum of appeal shall be accompanied by the prescribed fees in cash. In case the memo is sent by post, it shall be accompanied by the M.O. Receipt issued by the Post Office.

(4) If the papers filed in an appeal are not in order, the Registrar shall require the appellant to remove such defects within a specified time.

 

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