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            (e) either the authenticated or the certified copy of the order appealed against, signed by the Register of Disciplinary Committee, and
           (b) five additional copies of the memorandum of appeal and of the order appealed against, if there is only one respondent; if there is more than one Respondent, such number of additional copies as may be necessary. All copies shall be certified as true copies by the appellant of by his counsel.
       (3) Every memorandum of appeal shall be accompanied by the prescribed fees in cash. In case the memo is sent by post, it shall be accompanied by the M.a. Receipt issued by the Post Office.
       (4) If the papers filled in an appeal are not in order, the Registrar shall require the appellant to remove such defects within a specified time.
       22. (1) Subject to the provisions contained in Rule 29(2) in this chapter, the Chairman of the Executive Committee or in his absence the Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee or such other member authorised in this behalf by the Council shall have the power to allocate matters relating to the Disciplinary Committee, save when any such case has been allotted by the Council to any particular Disciplinary Committee.
       (2) Any matter allotted to a particular Disciplinary Committee which has not been heard may be reallocated to a different Disciplinary Committee.
       (3) Not with standing the provisions of Rule 30 in this Part the Chairman of any Disciplinary Committee shall have powers to issue interim orders on urgent matters which may be placed before him by the Registrar.
       23. Subject to any resolution of the Bar Council of India, in this behalf relating to the place of hearing, the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee concerned shall fix the date, hour and place for the hearing of the appeal.
       24. (1) The appellant shall be required to file six typed sets of the following papers properly paged and indexed if there is only one respondent, and as many more sets as there may be additional respondents for the use of the Disciplinary Committee and by the other parties and for the record:
           (a) the complaint, statement in the defence of the Advocate,
           (b) the evidence oral and documentary and such other papers on which parties intend to rely.
           (c) any other part of the record as may be directed by the Committee.
       Where any of the above papers is in a language other than English, English translations thereof shall be filed.
       (2) The Respondent shall, if he so desires, or if so called upon, file six sets of typed papers of any part of the record on which he intends to rely. He shall also file English translations of such papers as are not in English.
      25. The Registrar shall give notices to the parties or their Advocates or their recognised agents informing them of the date, time and the place of the hearing of the appeal.
      A copy of the memorandum of appeal shall be sent to the respondent along with the notice of the appeal.
       26. (1) No appeal filed under Section 37 of the Act against an order of punishment of an Advocate shall be permitted to be withdrawn on account of settlement or compromise or adjustment of the claim against the advocate.
      (2) Every appeal filed under Section 37 of the Act by or against an Advocate shall abate on the death of the Advocate so far as he is concerned.
       27. In regard to appearance of a party in appeal, Rule 6 of this chapter will apply.

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