Clause 4 Schedule 2 Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014
2. The period for the execution of an act to which paragraph 1 applies may be extended or shortened from the date of entry into force in accordance with a provision adopted by or under the old legislation in the version in force immediately before that date, as if that provision had not been repealed, but subject to a reference in this Annex: which requires a reference in that provision to be interpreted in a particular way. (2) An order to which this clause applies and which, under the former legislation, was in force immediately before the day on which it comes into force remains in force on and after that date in accordance with its operative part, as if it were an order under section 119 of that Act. (2) An agreement to which this clause applies shall remain in force on and after the day on which it comes into force as if it were an agreement under section 149 of this Act, but only to the extent that its provisions are of the type set out in paragraph 149(1)(b) of this Act. “`legal work` means work which, if performed by a person who is not a qualified entity within the meaning of the Uniform Law On the Profession of Lawyer (Victoria), would result in a criminal offence against a provision of Part 2.1 of this Act;”; Sch. 2 20. The Victorian Bar Association under the Uniform Application of the Law of the Legal Profession Act 2014. (1) A business that is excluded from the provision of legal services under the former legislation under the old legislation immediately before the day on which it comes into force continues to be disqualified under this Act. 93.4 In section 104(6)(b), you replace “an Australian lawyer” with “admitted to practise law in Victoria, another state, the Northern Territory or the Australian Capital Territory”. (2) The Commissioner appointed under this provision — (2) If an application for admission as a practitioner under the former Act has not been determined before the day on which it comes into force — (3) An organization referred to in clause (1) or (2) has notified in that jurisdiction in accordance with section 104 of this Act, that he intends to practise law in Australia. (ii) approved by the Victorian Commissioner of Legal Services or a local professional association as defined in the Uniform Law Enforcement Act, 2014; or (3) Therefore, subsection 405(1) of this Act does not apply to any local regulatory authority in that jurisdiction performing Chapter 5 functions as long as a declaration under this clause is in force.
1.2 Section 134AG(5) replaces the Legal Profession Uniform Law (Victoria) for the Legal Profession Act 2004, the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014. (3) The fees payable for an application referred to in paragraph 2 (or for the issue or issuance of a certificate following such filing) shall be the following costs: (b) shall be registered as lawyers with the High Court of Australia. (3) Paragraph (2)(b) does not apply if a local order or other Law of that jurisdiction requires another entity named in this Act (the superseded entity) to deal with the complaint or investigation in place of the current entity. (1) This clause applies to an investigation initiated by a person (the examiner) in accordance with Chapter 3 of the old legislation and exists immediately before the date of entry into force for the purposes of: 1.1 In § 5 (1), the definition of legal practitioner “within the meaning of the Law Profession Act 2004” is omitted. 39.3 Paragraph 114(5)(a) and (b) omits “or legal counsel”. (b) the definition of “lawyer” and the endorsement at the end of that definition are repealed; (a) The term “Australian Certificate of Practice”, active in the legal practice, law firm and principal, has the same meaning as in the Uniform Law of the Legal Profession (Victoria); (4) Without limiting subsections 2 and 3, if a provision of the former legislation corresponding to a provision of this Act as applied in that jurisdiction, without being repealed by the Uniform Law Applicable to the Profession of Lawyer of that jurisdiction, in respect of anything done or is being done or exists before the day on which it comes into force, The provision of this Act applies to this matter and therefore applies to all necessary adjustments. 24.1 In Division 2 for the definition of replacement of the employers` liability insurance association — Section 7 — Dispute Resolution and Professional Discipline (1) This clause applies to the admission of a non-professional employee for the purposes of a provision of the former legislation prohibiting a lawyer or law firm from having a lay employee that the practitioner or practice knows to be – 14 Registered law firms and multidisciplinary practices Sch. 1 (5) Ni § 154 of this Act or this clause requires that a matter be communicated if the matter has already been notified under the old legislation before the date of entry into force. 2. This clause shall not allow its holder to open an investigation into a case after the date of entry into force if an investigation of the type concerned could not have been initiated under the old relevant legislation if the old legislation had not been repealed.
3. The provisions referred to in paragraph 2 shall prevail over those referred to in paragraph 1 in the event of inconsistency. (4) A reference in a provision of this clause to the provisions of the old legislation (or regulations under the old legislation) does not include the provisions prescribed by local regulations. 2. Without prejudice to the subsequent validity of anything done or omitted, subsection (1) applies only during: (1) A certificate of practice (as a local lawyer) issued under the former legislation before the date of entry into force and declared effective from that date shall be considered an Australian lawyer`s certificate from that date: issued in that jurisdiction in accordance with that law in that jurisdiction. and may be renewed, amended, suspended or cancelled accordingly.