||Title:||BARRISTERS (QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION AND PUPILLAGE) RULES||Gazette Number:||L.N. 92 of 2003|
|Section:||8||Heading:||Certificate of qualification for admission||Version Date:||28/03/2003|
(1) A person seeking to be admitted as a barrister on the basis of compliance of section 4 shall-
(2) An application under subsection (1) shall be made in accordance with Form 3 in Schedule 2.
(a) apply to the Bar Council for a certificate of qualification for admission in accordance with subsection (2); and
(b) pay the relevant fee prescribed in Schedule 1.
(3) If the Bar Council is satisfied that an applicant-
it shall issue to that applicant a certificate of qualification for admission in accordance with Form 4 in Schedule 2.
(a) complies with the requirements in section 4 and is qualified for admission as a barrister; and
(b) has paid the relevant fee prescribed in Schedule 1,
(4) A certificate of qualification for admission shall remain valid for a period of 12 months from its date of issue, unless the Bar Council decides in its discretion to extend such period or the certificate is revoked under section 17 before its expiry.
(5) A person may apply to the Bar Council in writing for extension of the validity of his certificate of qualification for admission.
(6) An application under subsection (5) shall be-
(a) made not later than 2 months before the expiry of the current certificate or within such other period of time as the Bar Council may in its discretion allow; and
(b) accompanied by the relevant fee prescribed in Schedule 1.