PRACTISING CERTIFICATE (SOLICITORS) (GROUNDS FOR REFUSAL) RULES
Grounds for refusal to issue practising certificate
For the purposes of section 6(5)(a) of the Ordinance, the grounds on which the Society may refuse to issue a practising certificate are-
(a) the applicant has failed or refused to give to the Society a satisfactory explanation of any conduct which is, in the opinion of the Society, unbecoming of a solicitor;
(b) the applicant is, by reason of his financial position, mental capacity or otherwise, unfit to practise as a solicitor.