Solicitors Act, 1954


The Registrar of Solicitors and the Roll of Solicitors.

Registrar of solicitors.

8.—(1) There shall be a registrar of solicitors (in this Act referred to as the registrar).

(2) The Society shall appoint their secretary or some other suitable person to be the registrar.

(3) The registrar shall be appointed on such terms and conditions, and with such emoluments (if any) payable out of the funds of the Society, as the Society determines.

(4) The Society may remove the registrar from office.

(5) The Society may appoint a deputy to act as the registrar for a period and the functions of the registrar shall be performed by the deputy during that period.