Solicitors (Amendment) Act, 1960

Restoration of name of solicitor to the roll.

10.—(1) The High Court shall have power to order that the name of a solicitor, whose name has been struck off the roll by an order made by the High Court under section 8 of this Act or under the said section 8 as applied by section 11 of this Act or whose name has been removed from the roll under section 9 of this Act, shall be restored to the roll.

(2) A person seeking to have his name restored to the roll under this section may apply to the High Court and shall give notice of his intended application to the Society, who shall be entitled to appear and be heard on any such application.

(3) On the hearing of an application under this section the High Court may refuse the application or may order that the name of the applicant be restored to the roll and may order the payment by the applicant of the costs and expenses of the Society in relation to the application.