Solicitors Act, 1954

Requirements for admission to apprenticeship.

25.—Subject to this Part of this Act, a person shall not be capable of being bound by indentures of apprenticeship to serve as an apprentice to a solicitor unless—

(a) he has attained the age of 17 years,

(b) he has obtained from the Society a certificate or certificates certifying that he has passed the appropriate prescribed examinations,

(c) he has obtained the consent of the Society provided for by section 27 of this Act, and

(d) he has fulfilled any prescribed requirements as to admission to apprenticeship or compliance therewith has been waived by the Society.