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The Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations

The Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations

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  • Author(s): Gade Veera Reddy
  • Publisher Sujatha Law Books Pvt Ltd.
  • Edition: Latest Edn.
  • ISBN 13 8179720004
  • Approx. Pages 168 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 33 x 21 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The title of the subject /paper is divided into three Parts, i.e. (i) Professional Ethics; (ii) Accountancy for Lawyering; and (iii) Bar-Bench Relations. In the syllabus, it is divided into six parts as stated above. In the previous question papers, already conducted by different Universities, it is found that examination paper setter did not strictly follow the division of subject. Being the subject is newly introduced, they have been giving question papers liberally to certain extent. In future, they may go into the depth. They may instruct to write answers by choosing a compulsory question from each part in future. At present the student is at liberty to write any four questions in Osmania University. In Semester and Unit-wise system has been newly introduced in Osmania University and other Universities with effect from December, 2001. This may be followed by all the Universities in the near future, dividing the subject in unit-wise. In the syllabus 50 Selected opinions of the Disciplinary Committees of Bar Councils and 10 major judgments of the Supreme Court on the subject shall have to be studied by the student. I have also given sufficient case-laws (precedents), which include the decisions of the State Bar Councils and the Bar Council of India, and the final judgments of the Supreme Court. Total number of case-laws given in this book are 112. I also give a few previous question papers of this subject at the last pages of this book as far as available to me upto the time of writing this book. These question papers were sent by the students of the respective Universities, as soon as the examinations were completed. These previous question papers guided me in writing the materials on this subject. I have tried to explain in easy  and legible language. I request the students to send the previous question papers on all the subjects of all universities.
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Contents
Part - 1 :    The Professional Ethics
1.A.    History and Development of Legal Profession and Bar Councils
1.B.    Disciplinary committees of Bar Council
1.C.    Senior Advocates
1.D.    Qualification and Disqualification
1.E.    Right to Practice
1.F.    Rights and Privileges of Advocates
1.G.    Conduct of Advocate/Advocate's Duties
1.H.    Advocate's Duty to the Clients
1.I.     Economic Relation between Advocate and Client
1.J.     Advocate Profession Vs. Business/Restriction on the other employment
1.K.    Forgery
1.L.    Advocate's Rights to Refuse a Brief
1.M.   Essential Qualities, Equipment and Requirements for an Ideal Advocate
1.N.    Ethics and Etiquette of Legal Profession
1.O.    Professional Misconduct
Part - 2 :    The Accountancy for Lawyers
2.A.    Accounting and Law
2.B.    Meaning, Definition, History, Advantages and Branches of Accounting
2.C.    Accounting Systems
2.D.    Accounting Rules
2.E.    Methods of Accounting
2.F.    Main Accounting Records
2.G.   Computerized Accounts
2.H.   Previous Year/Assessment Year
2.I.    Accounting Postulates, Concepts and Principles
2.J.    Accounting Standards
Part - 3 :    The Bar-Bench Relations
3.A.    Bar-Bench Relations
3.B.    Advocate's Duty to the Court
3.C.    Advocate's Duty During Cross Examination
3.D.    Relationship of an Advocate to his Opponent
3.E.    Advocate's Duty to Colleagues
3.F.    Advocate's Duty to Public
3.G.    Judicial Ethics and Etiquette
3.H.   The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971
3.I.     Definition and Concept of Contempt of Court
3.J.     Contempt by Advocates.
3.K.    Contempt by Judge, Magistrate or other person acting judicially
3.L.    Punishment for Contempt of Courts
3.M.   Defences in Contempt Proceedings
           Previous Question Papers of O.U., M.U., A.U., and Shiivaji University.
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Author Details
Gade Veera Reddy
, B.Sc., LL.B., M.A., (M.B.A)
(Recipient of 5 Medals in Law) (K.U)
Advocate High Court, Kothi, Hyderabad - 500095, T.S.
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