Kerala Bar Council challenges Kerala High Court interim order allowing law graduates to pay only ₹750 as enrolment fee

The single judge's order had come on a plea moved by ten law graduates of the 2019-22 batch from the Government Law College, Ernakulam challenging the fee of ₹15,900 that the BCK was charging.
Keral Bar Council, Kerala High Court
Keral Bar Council, Kerala High Court

The Bar Council of Kerala (BCK) has challenged an interim order passed by a single judge of the Kerala High Court directing the BCK to provisionally accept enrollment applications by certain law graduates (petitioners) on the payment of the statutorily prescribed nominal fee of ₹750 and without levying any other additional fee. [The Bar Council of Kerala v Akshai M Sivan].

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