Registration as an Advocate does not imply legal practice, Delhi HCApril 10 2019
While adjudicating a claim of interim maintenance granted in a matrimonial dispute, the Delhi High Court has observed that registration as an advocate does not imply that one is also practising as an Advocate.
"The mere fact that the respondent is qualified and registered as an advocate does not ipso facto imply that she is practising as an advocate and earning."
A Single Judge Bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva was hearing an appeal assailing an order . . .
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