|159S||Title:||FOREIGN LAWYERS REGISTRATION RULES||Gazette Number:|
|Section:||6||Heading:||Requirement for professional indemnity insurance||Version Date:||30/06/1997|
(1) A certificate of registration as a foreign lawyer is subject to the condition that there shall be in existence at all times a policy of insurance under which the foreign lawyer is entitled to be indemnified, in respect of services rendered by him while acting or practising as a foreign lawyer, in a manner and to the extent similar to the indemnity provided to a solicitor under the fund established under section 3 of the Solicitors (Professional Indemnity) Rules (Cap 159 sub. leg. M), and if at any time there is not in existence such a policy the person's registration as a foreign lawyer shall be deemed to have been suspended.
(2) A foreign lawyer shall notify the Society in writing within 14 days of such occurrence if at any time there is not in existence a policy of insurance as is required for the purpose of subsection (1).
(3) Where a person's registration has been suspended in accordance with subsection (1) his registration shall not be revived until such time as-