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JUDICIAL COMMITTEE REPORT
« on: April 17, 2007, 02:42:12 PM »
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE REPORT


The Judicial Committee of the
Grand National Assembly of Turkey
24 April 2000
Draft Bills 1/422, 1/41, 2/317
Decision number: 24


TO: THE CHAIRPERSON, GRAND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF TURKEY


The Draft Bill (1/411) on the Addition of Certain Articles to the Attorneyship Law, the Draft Bill (1/422) on the Amendment of the Attorneyship Law, and the Proposed Bill (2/317), submitted by Mr Emin Karaa, Member of Parliament representing the province of Kütahya, on the Amendment of Selected Articles of the Attorneyship Law number 1136 and the Addition of Certain Articles to the Same Law, which had been forwarded to a subcommittee for detailed discussion and consolidation in a single text of their articles as decided by this Committee following the completion of their discussion in general terms in the 11th session of this Committee held on 21 October 1999, in which their preambles were considered appropriate and it was decided to proceed to the discussion of individual articles pending the aforementioned deliberations of the subcommittee, have been duly addressed by the subcommittee, combined into a single entity with Draft Bill 1/422 as the common platform, with the added participation of representatives from the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Finance, the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey, and the bar associations of Ankara, İstanbul, and İzmir, and have been resubmitted to this Committee in a consolidated text. This Committee has addressed the aforementioned Draft Bills and Proposed Bill, on the basis of the text prepared by the subcommittee, in its 14th session on 18 November 1999, 15th session on 24 November 1999, 16th session on 2 December 1999, 26th session on 9 March 2000, 27th session on 22 March 2000, and 28th session on 23 March 2000 with the participation of the Minister of Justice Prof. Dr. Hikmet Sami Türk and representatives from the Ministry of Justice and the Union of Ba Associations of Turkey.
Articles 9, 10, 22, and 88 of the Draft Bill have been rediscussed in the 30th session of this Committee held on 20 April 2000 with the participation of representatives from the Ministries concerned upon a motion for rediscussion submitted by fifteen signatories on 14 April 2000 pursuant to the second paragraph of Article 43 of the Internal Regulations. The adoptions, additions, and amendments made to the articles are as follows:
1-  Article 1 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 1.
2-  The expression “as a basic component of jurisdictional entities” has been deleted from the first paragraph of Article 2 of the Attorneyship Law amended by Framework Article 2 of the Proposed Bill; the word “persons” has been inserted after the expression “legal and private;” the second paragraph has been revised to introduce the obligation on the part of  the agencies and organizations mentioned in the article to place at the disposal of attorneys for examination the information and documentation requested by the latter, in reservation of the special terms in the relevant statutes; and obtaining facsimiles of such documents was made conditional upon the presentation of a power of attorney. The article has been adopted as Article 2 with editorial changes to accommodate the foregoing revisions.
3-  Article 2 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 3.
4-  The expression “membership in the Supreme Court of Appeals” has been considered unnecessary and deleted from the first paragraph of Article 3 of the Draft Bill; and Turkish citizens have been placed under the coverage of the paragraph by inserting the expression “Turkish citizens and” at the beginning of the second paragraph. The Article has been adopted as Article 4.
5-  The expression “definitely” has been considered unnecessary and deleted from Subparagraph a of the first paragraph and from the second of Article 4 of the Draft Bill. The Article has been adopted as Article 5.
6-  Article 6 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 6.
7-  It has been considered appropriate to amend Article 8 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended by Article 7 of the Proposed Bill, by revising only the fourth and sixth paragraphs to ensure administrative supervision by the Ministry of Justice on the decisions of the boards of directors of bar associations on the entry of candidates in the directory. The framework article has been adopted as Article 7 after being rewritten accordingly..
8-  Article 8 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 8.
9-  Article 9 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of Subparagraphs b and e of the first paragraph and the third paragraph of Article 12 of the Attorneyship Law, and the deletion of Subparagraph g.
An amendment to Subparagraph e of Article 12 of the Attorneyship Law has been considered unnecessary since the Decree-Law, number 233, on State Economic Enterprises is not totally abolished. Retaining the effective Subparagraph g in effect has been considered appropriate and the framework article revised accordingly. The expression “with more than one half of their capital owned by the State” in the third paragraph has been changed to “with publicly owned stock.” The Article has been adopted as Article 9 with these revisions.
10-  Framework Article 10 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of the heading and the first and the third paragraphs of Article 14 of the Attorneyship Law. An amendment has been considered unnecessary to the heading and to the third paragraph of Article 14 of the Attorneyship Law since the Decree-Law, number 233, on State Economic Enterprises is not totally abolished. The Framework Article has been revised accordingly and adopted as Article 10.
11-  Article 6 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 11.
12-  Framework Article 14 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of Article 20 of the Attorneyship Law in its entirety. It has been considered appropriate to amend only the last paragraph of the article in order to ensure administrative supervision by the Ministry of Justice on the decisions of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey regarding objections, and to add one more article in line with this amendment. The Framework Article has been revised accordingly and adopted as Article 12.
13-  Article 17 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of  Article 13 of the Attorneyship Law. The first paragraph of the Article has been amended to ensure the continuity of the service of apprenticeship in courts, and the second and third paragraphs have been combined to yield a total of two paragraphs in the article after the replacement of the expression “designated in Article 49 other than the obligation to wear official attire” with the expression “designated in regulations.” The Article has been adopted as Article 13 with these revisions.
14-  The expression “to issue an apprenticeship completion certificate or” has been inserted after the word “decide” in the first paragraph of Article 25 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 3 of the Proposed Draft, in order to clarify the intent of the paragraph. The Article has been adopted as Article 14.
15-  Article 20 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of Article 26 of the Attorneyship Law together with its heading. The first and second paragraphs of this article have been rearranged by this Committee by combining them into a single paragraph and adopting the former third paragraph as the second. The Article has been adopted as Article 15 with these revisions.
16-  The number and date of publication have been added to the Law of Charges referred to in Article 9 of the Draft Bill in proper legislative style and the fourth paragraph has been amended to provide for the amount remaining after the payment of credit to apprentices to be spent for supporting colleagues and promoting the profession. The Article has been adopted as Article 16 with these revisions.
17-  The abolished Article 28 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be rewritten as per Article 10 of the Draft Bill, has been expanded to clarify the fact that the examination will be administered by the Student Selection and Placement Center on behalf of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey. The Article has been adopted as Article 17 with this revision.
18-  The second paragraph of the abolished Article 29 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be rewritten as per Framework Article 11 of the Draft Bill, has been amended by reducing the number of times the examination may be taken by apprentices from six, which was considered excessive, to four. The Article has been adopted as Article 18 with these revisions.
19-  Framework Article 26 of the Proposed Bill revises the abolished Article 32 of the Attorneyship Law. The first paragraph of the article has been deleted due to the abolition of the examination for admission to apprenticeship, the last paragraph has been edited to proper wording after the addition of performance rating to the criteria to be specified in regulations, and the article has been renumbered as abolished Article 30 to put the articles in proper sequence. The Article has been adopted as Article 19 with these revisions.
20-  Framework Article 13 of the Draft Bill revises the abolished Article 31 of the Attorneyship Law. The article has been rewritten in a single paragraph to reflect the adoption that the examination will be administered by the Student Selection and Placement Center, and adopted as Article 20 with this revision.
21-  Framework Article 14 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 21.
22-  Framework Article 29 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of the first and third paragraphs of Article 35 of the Attorneyship Law. The amendment proposed for the first paragraph has been deleted since the current arrangement was considered more appropriate. The word “real” in the beginning of the third paragraph has also been deleted in order to broaden the coverage of the article to legal entities. The obligation to retain an attorney under contract has been introduced for joint stock companies with an original capital five times the amount of original capital stipulated in Article 272 of the Turkish Commercial Code or more, and building cooperatives with one hundred or more members, and a penal provision has been established for non-compliance. The framework article has been adopted as Article 22 after being rewritten to reflect these amenments.
23-  Article 15 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 23.
24-  Article 31 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 24.
25-  Article 32 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 25.
26-  Article 16 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 26.
27-  Article 40 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Framework Article 17 of the Draft Bill, has been adopted as Article 27 with the change of the expression “become void after the lapse of” to “be abated.”
28-  The sentence proposed to be inserted at the end of the first paragraph of Article 42 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 35 of the Proposed Bill has been complemented with another sentence which reads, “These provisions will also apply to attorney partnerships by analogy” and the Article has been adopted as Article 28 with this revision.
29-  Article 36 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 29.
30-  Article 37 of the Proposed Bill has been rewritten in simpler and clearer language in proper legislative style by indicating that the details referred to in the article will be provided for in regulations to be prepared by the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey and published in the Official Gazette. The Article has been adopted as Article 30 with these revisions.
31-  Article 38 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 31.
32-  The wording of the first paragraph of Article 39 of the Proposed Bill has been edited and the Article has been adopted as Article 32.
33-  Article 18 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 33.
34-  The paragraph proposed to be added to Article 50 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 41 of the Proposed Bill has been expanded by the addition of the provision that a consultation room will be designated in police stations in addition to jailhouses. The Article has been adopted as Article 34 with this revision.
35-  The expression “attorney firm” in the first paragraph proposed to be inserted in Article 55 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 19 of the Draft Bill has been changed to “attorney partnership” to ensure consistency with the revision made to Article 44 of the Attorneyship Law. The Article has been adopted as Article 35.
36-  The first paragraph proposed to be inserted in Article 56 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 43 of the Proposed Bill has been expanded to include attorney partnerships in the coverage of the article. The Article has been adopted as Article 36.
37-  The first paragraph of Article 58 of the Attorneyship Law proposed to be amended as per Article 44 of the Proposed Bill has been expanded to include the residences of attorneys in the coverage of the article along with their offices. The Article has been adopted as Article 37.
 38-  Article 45 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 38.
39-  Article 46 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 39.
40-  Article 48 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 40.
41-  The rate of the default penalty to be imposed on annual dues prescribed in the first paragraph of Article 65 of the Attorneyship Law proposed to be amended as per Article 49 of the Proposed Bill has been reduced from ten percent, which was found excessive, to five percent. The Article has been adopted as Article 41 with this revision.
42-  Article 50 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of Article 71 of the Attorneyship Law together with its heading. The third paragraph of this article has been amended to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on decisions made by the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey on the objections against decisions of deletion from the directory and the register of attorney partnerships made by bar associations. The framework article has been rewritten in proper legislative style and adopted as Article 42.
43-  The word “Defaultness” at the beginning of Subparagraph d of the first paragraph of Article 72 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 51 of the Proposed Bill, has been corrected as “Default” and the Article has been adopted as Article 43 with this revision.
44-  The third paragraph of Article 74 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 52 of the Proposed Bill, has been amended to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on decisions made by the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey on the objections against decisions of permanent deletion from the directory and the Article has been adopted as Article 42.
45-  Framework Article 53 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of the third sentence in the first paragraph of Article 75 of the Attorneyship Law. The sentence has been revised to ensure consistency with the amendment made to Article 44 of the Attorneyship Law and adopted as Article 45.
46-  The expression in the third paragraph of Article 76 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 54 of the Proposed Bill, has been changed from “official ceremonies” to “state protocol” and the Article has been adopted as Article 46 with this revision.
47-  Framework Article 55 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, and tenth paragraphs of Article 77 of the Attorneyship Law. The amendments proposed to the sixth, seventh, eighth, and tenth paragraphs were not considered appropriate and have been deleted. The wording of the second and fourth paragraphs has been edited. The expression “the election of replacements” in the fifth paragraph has been changed to “the temporary appointment of members to these positions” for the purposes of clarification. The Article has been adopted as Article 47 with these revisions.
48-  Article 30 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 48.
49-  Subparagraph 2 of Article 81 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Framework Article 31 of the Draft Bill, has been changed to ensure consistency with the adoption of the replacement of “attorney partnership” with “attorney firm” and the Article has been adopted as Article 49 with this revision.
50-  The period in Article 84 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 32 of the Draft Bill, has been changed from fifteen days, which was considered excessively short, to thirty days and the Article has been adopted as Article 50 with this revision.
51-  In Article 86 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 33 of the Draft Bill, the word “both” has been inserted in the first sentence of the first paragraph, the article number which erroneously appeared at the beginning of the article deleted, the qualifying expression “without a valid reason” inserted after “Those who do not attend these meetings or do not vote” for clarification, and the last sentence of the paragraph deleted for being unnecessary. The Article has been adopted as Article 51 with these revisions.
52-  Article 61 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 52.
53-  The expression “may not be reelected to the board of directors” in the sentence proposed to be inserted in the second paragraph of Article 90 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 34 of the Draft Bill has been changed to “may not run for the entities of the bar association in the next meeting of the general assembly” and the Article has been adopted as Article 53 with this revision.
54-  Article 64 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 54.
55-  In Article 95 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 65 of the Proposed Bill, a Subparagraph 4 has been inserted among the existing subparagraphs in the second paragraph and an addition has been made to the end of the current Subparagraph 4. The amendment to Subparagraph 16 has been deleted to ensure consistency with the amendments made to the other articles. Three new subparagraphs numbered 20, 21, and 22 pertaining to the duties of the board of directors have been added to the article after Subparagraph 19 as proposed. The article has been rewritten to reflect these revisions and adopted as Article 55.
56-  Framework Article 66 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of the first and third paragraphs of Article 96 of the Attorneyship Law. The amendment to the first paragraph has been deleted since the election of the president of the bar association for a two-year term was considered more appropriate. It was also considered appropriate to reduce the requisite condition of a minimum of fifteen years in the profession of attorneyship to ten years and to waive this condition for bar associations with fewer than one hundred members. The coverage of the amendments has been extended to the second paragraph in order to incorporate these changes and the Article has been adopted as Article 56 after being rewritten in accordance with these revisions.
57-  Article 67 of the Proposed Bill calls for the amendment of Article 105 of the Attorneyship Law. The amendment to the first paragraph has been deleted since the election of the members of the disciplinary board for a two-year term as prescribed in the current wording was considered appropriate. The words “clerk” and “provision” in the second paragraph have been replaced with “secretary” and “provisions,” respectively and the Article has been adopted as Article 57 after being rewritten in accordance with these revisions.
58-  In Article 109 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 69 of the Proposed Bill, the word “higher,” considered superfluous, has been deleted from the first paragraph and the Article has been adopted as Article 58 with this revision.
59-  The expression “building public opinion and preparing draft bills” in Subparagraph 17 proposed to be added to Article 110 of the Attorneyship Law as per Article 70 of the Proposed Bill has been deleted for being considered unnecessary and the Article has been adopted as Article 15 with this revision.
60-  The third paragraph of Article 111 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 36 of the Draft Bill, has been edited and the Article has been adopted as Article 15 with this revision.
61-  Article 36 of the Draft Bill calls for the amendment of the second and seventh paragraphs of Article 114 of the Attorneyship Law. The requisite condition of fifteen years in the profession of attorneyship prescribed in the second paragraph has been found excessive and reduced to ten years and the Article has been adopted as Article 61 with this revision.
62-  Article 74 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 62.
63-  Article 75 of the Proposed Bill amends Subparagraphs 8 and 11 of Article 121 of the Attorneyship Law and adds a Subparagraph 20 to the Article. The expression “common attorney offices and attorney partnerships” in Subparagraph 8 has been changed to “attorneys sharing the same office, and attorney partnerships” to ensure consistency with the amendment made to Article 44 of the Attorneyship Law. Additions have been made to the duties of the board of directors of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey. Article 44 has been placed under the coverage of Subparagraph 11 by an addition made to the subparagraph. The same addition has been made to Subparagraph 18 of this article as made to Subparagraph 4 of Article 95 of the Attorneyship Law to place Subparagraph 18 under the coverage of the framework article. The expression “examination for admission into apprenticeship and” has been deleted from the beginning of Subparagraph 20 since the examination for admission into apprenticeship was abolished. The Article has been adopted as Article 63 with these revisions.
64-  Article 39 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 64.
65-  Article 40 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 65.
66-  Framework Article 41 of the Draft Bill calls for the amendment of Subparagraph 4 of Article 135 of the Attorneyship Law and the addition of a Subparagraph 6 to the Article. Subparagraph 4 has been rewritten to reflect the revision made to Article 44 of the Attorneyship Law, and an addition has been made to the end of Subparagraph 5 in parallel with this rewriting, whereupon Subparagraph 6 has been deleted for becoming superfluous in view of these revisions. The Article has been adopted as Article 66 with these revisions.
67-  Article 42 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 67.
68-  Framework Article 43 of the Draft Bill calls for the amendment of the third paragraph of Article 141 of the Attorneyship Law. It has been considered appropriate to delete the word “jurisdictional” from the third paragraph and to insert this change as a sentence in the paragraph. The Article has been adopted as Article 68 with these revisions.
69-  The fourth paragraph of Article 142 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 86 of the Proposed Bill, has been rewritten to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on decisions of overruling made by the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey on the objections against decisions not to initiate prosecution made by the board of directors of bar associations. This revision obviating the need for the amendment of the fifth paragraph, the Article has been adopted as Article 69.
70-  Article 45 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 70.
71-  Article 46 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 71.
72-  The expression “by the Board of Directors of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey” in the second paragraph of Article 154 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be replaced with “by the Ministry of Justice” as per Article 47 of the Draft Bill, has been changed to “by the Disciplinary Board of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey” and the Article has been adopted as Article 72 with this revision.
73-  Article 48 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 73.
74-  The seventh and eighth paragraphs of Article 157 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 89 of the Proposed Bill, have been rewritten to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on decisions made by the Disciplinary Board of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey on objections and Article has been adopted as Article 74 with this revision.
75-  Article 50 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 75.
76-  Article 91 of the Proposed Bill has been revised by the annotation of the fact that the heading of Article 163 of the Attorneyship Law has also been changed and the Article has been adopted as Article 76 without further change.
77-  The fourth paragraph of Article 164 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 52 of the Draft Bill, has been rewritten in detail to clarify the manner of determination of the attorneyship fee under circumstances where none has been agreed in advance and the Article has been adopted as Article 77 with this revision.
78-  Article 53 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 78.
79-  Article 54 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 79.
80-  Article 95 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 80.
81-  The first and second paragraphs of Article 168 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 96 of the Proposed Bill, have been rewritten to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on the minimum attorneyship fee tariff and the Article has been adopted as Article 81 with this revision.
82-  Article 97 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 82.
83-  In Article 171 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 56 of the Draft Bill, the expression “in the absence of” in the first paragraph has been changed to “regardless of the absence of” for greater clarity and the Article has been adopted as Article 83 with this revision.
84-  Article 57 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 84.
85-  Article 58 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 85.
86-  Article 178 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 59 of the Draft Bill, has been edited and adopted as Article 86 with this revision.
87-  Article 60 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 87.
88-  In Article 180 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 61 of the Draft Bill, Subparagraph a of the first paragraph has been edited and the rates of twenty-five percent have been reduced to three percent for being considered excessive. The Article has been adopted as Article 88 with these revisions.
89-  Article 62 of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 89.
90-  Article 104 of the Proposed Bill calls for the deletion of the expression “with the approval of the Ministry of Justice” from Article 114 of the Attorneyship Law. The Article has been rewritten to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on the regulations to be prepared by the Board of Directors of the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey in parallel to the revisions made to other articles and has been adopted as Article 90.
91-  Article 105 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 91.
92-  Article 106 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 92.
93-  Article 107 of the Proposed Bill has been adopted without any changes as Article 93.
94-  The heading of  Supplementary Article 2 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 63 of the Draft Bill, has been changed to “Representation abroad” and the Article has been adopted as Article 94 with this revision.
95-  The second paragraph of Supplementary Article 3 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 110 of the Proposed Bill, has been edited for clarity by the addition of natural members to regular and alternate members, and the word “next” in the last sentence of the paragraph has been deleted in order to avoid confusion. The Article has been adopted as Article 95 with these revisions.
96-  The second paragraph of Supplementary Article 13 of the Attorneyship Law, proposed to be amended as per Article 112 of the Proposed Bill, has been rewritten to ensure the administrative supervision of the Ministry of Justice on the decisions made by the Union of Bar Associations of Turkey on objections against the decisions of the boards of directors of bar associations regarding the entry in the directory of attorneys without a law degree. The Article has been adopted as Article 96 with this revision.
97-  The Provisional Article of the Draft Bill has been adopted without any changes as Provisional Article 1.
98-  Provisional Article 2 has been added to the Draft Bill for the purpose of safeguarding the vested interests of existing bar associations in view of the fact that the number of enrolled attorneys required for the establishment of a bar association has been increased to thirty.
99-  Provisional Article 3 has been added to the Draft Bill for the purpose of ensuring that the regulations proposed as per the Draft Bill are issued within six months as of the date of entry into effect of the Law.
100-  The dates, numbers, and titles of the laws referred to in the Draft Bill have been written in full in proper legislative style and the framework articles modifying an article together with its heading have been edited for the same purpose.
101-  Article 115 of the Proposed Bill pertaining to entry into effect has been revised in keeping with the amendments introduced by the Draft Bill and has been adopted as Article 97.
102-  Article 67 of the Draft Bill on implementation has been adopted without any changes as Article 98.
The Draft Bill has been prepared on the premise that defense is one of the fundamental constituents of jurisdiction; and for the purpose of allowing the profession of attorneyship to be practiced in the best manner under the circumstances of our time, and eliminating certain discrepancies and voids arising in connection with the implementation of the Attorneyship Law. Considering it appropriate that the Draft Bill be passed as soon as possible, this Committee has decided to propose its discussion by the General Assembly with precedence in accordance with Article 52 of the Internal Regulations and as a basic law in accordance with Article 91.
Respectfully submitted for the approval of the General Assembly.
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