Advocate General

Advocate General is the Highest Law Officer and is part of state executive. He is appointed by the Governor and enjoys the office during the pleasure of the Governor. The remuneration / retainer of the Advocate General is decided by the Governor.  The qualification to become an advocate general is the same as that of a Judge of a High Court.  The advocate general has been assigned the duty to give advice to the state Government on legal matters which are referred to him/ her. Advocate General is entitled to appear before any court of law within the state or Address the state Legislature as and when required. However, he is not entitled to vote in state assembly.

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