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This lesson is on Attorney General of India and Advocate general of State. It includes the topics on the appointment of these two constitutional officers, articles pertaining to them, the part under which they find the mention, term, removal, remuneration, the functions and its limitations, rights and privileges enjoyed by them, Solicitor General. The lesson is presented comparing the both the offices as Advocate General is a parallel office to the Attorney General in State.

Deepa Beeranur
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thanks sir Abhi sare orders ratne nhi padege
Explanations are really awesome. Can u make videos on all the non-constitutional bodies like NITI Aayog, NHRC SHRC.CVC etc so that it completes the series.
well explained!! mam
mam please make lessons on cvc,national comm on women ,cbi,lokpal an lokayukta...these are not available on unnacademy
Thank you mam.... Excellent for Revision.. Nice use of Red colour for Red Flag pointers.... Kindly includes CAG and Special Officer for Linguistic minorities for the sake of completeness Waiting for your New course on Non-Constitutional Bodies...
  1. Attorney General of India Advocate General of the State Presented By Deepa Beeranur


  2. About Me Deepa Beeranur nEngineer A Civil Service Aspirant Contribute: Voluntary Like, Rate, Review, Recommend Unacademy.com/user/deepabeeranur Contribute: Voluntar RECOMMEND


  3. CONTENTS Appointment and Term Duties and Functions Rights and Limitations Solicitor General


  4. Appointment and Term Attorney General of IndiaAdvocate General of the State Article 76 Highest law officer in Country Highest law officer in State PartV-The Union Article 165 Article Part VI-The States Part The Executive The Executive Governor Appointed by pointed by President Not fixed by the Constitution Not fixed by the Constitution Term of office President Governor Pleasure of Governor" Removed by Pleasure of President"


  5. Attorney General Advocate General Qualified to be appointed as Qualified to be appointed judge of SC- l. Citizen of India 2. Judge of HC for 5 yrs or |2. Judicial office for 10 Qualification as a judge of HC l. Citizen of India advocate of HC for 10yrs or eminent Jurist yrs or been advocate of HC for 10 yrs Not fixed by Constitution Not fixed by Constitution Remuneration -As specified by President As specified by Governor President Governor Resignation


  6. Duties and Functions Advocate General .Advice to Govt. Of State upon legal matters referred by Governor Perform duties of legal character assigned by Governor ttorney General Advice to GOl upon legal matters referred by President Perform duties of legal character assigned by President .Discharge the functions conferred onDischarge the functions conferred him by the Constitution or any other on him by the Constitution or any law other law


  7. Duties assigned by President Limitations placed on him To appear on behalf of Gol in all cases in SC in which the Govt of India is concerned To represent the GoI in any reference made by the President to the SC under Article 143 Should not advice or hold a brief against GoI Should not advice or hold a brief in cases where he is called upon to advise and appear for Gol Should not defend accused persons o appear in any HC in any case in in criminal prosecution without which Govt of India is involved permission of GoI Should not accept appointment as director, without permission of GoI Should not accept appointnm 7


  8. Rights Attorney General Advocate General Right of audience in all courts in the .Right of audience in all courts in the territory of India territory of that State Right to speak and take Pa Right to speak and take part in the Right to speak and take part in the proceedings of- -Both the Houses of Parliament proceedings of- Both the Houses of Parliament Any Committee of which he is a member -Joint Sitting -Any Committee of which he is a member Without a Right to vote Without a Right to vote Enjoys privileges and immunities available to MLAs .Enjoys privileges and immunities available to MPs


  9. Solicitor General Other law officers of Gol Additional officers to help A-G Not Created by the Constitution


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