Solicitors Act, 1954

General power to discharge indentures.

33.—Where the Society are satisfied, on the application either of the solicitor or the apprentice, that indentures of apprenticeship ought to be discharged, they may by order discharge the indentures on such terms, including terms as to return of premium, as they chink fit, and determine what period (if any) of service by the apprentice under the indentures shall be deemed good service.