Legal Profession Act 1987 No 109
Repealed version for 15 August 2005 to 30 September 2005 (accessed 23 December 2014 at 01:15)

25   Requirement for practising certificate

(1)  A legal practitioner whose sole or principal place of legal practice is this State must not practise as a barrister or solicitor and barrister without being the holder of a current practising certificate.
(2)  A legal practitioner whose sole or principal place of legal practice is this State must not hold himself or herself out to be a barrister without being the holder of a current practising certificate as a barrister.
(3)  A legal practitioner whose sole or principal place of legal practice is this State must not hold himself or herself out to be a solicitor without being the holder of a current practising certificate as a solicitor and barrister.
(3A)  An interstate legal practitioner must not practise as a barrister or solicitor in this State without being the holder of a current interstate practising certificate issued by a regulatory authority of another State or a Territory.
(3B)  An interstate legal practitioner must not hold himself or herself out to be a barrister in this State without being the holder of a current interstate practising certificate issued by a regulatory authority of another State or a Territory.
(3C)  An interstate legal practitioner must not hold himself or herself out to be a solicitor in this State without being the holder of a current interstate practising certificate issued by a regulatory authority of another State or a Territory.
(4)  A legal practitioner or interstate legal practitioner who contravenes this section wilfully and without reasonable excuse is guilty of professional misconduct.
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