The lawyer is a person whose profession is to conduct lawsuits for clients in a court of law and to advise or act for clients in other legal matters. According to the Dahir N 1-93-162 of 22 Rebia I, 1414 (September 10, 1993), which organizes the function of lawyer, the occupation of lawyer is a liberal profession, which assists the magistrate to rule for justice. Subjected to the acquired rights, the occupation of lawyer is governed by the provisions of the present Dahir bearing law. To access to the occupation of a lawyer, the candidate must:
Be of Moroccan nationality or from a state related to the kingdom of Morocco by a convention.
Be major and enjoy his civic and civil rights.
Be titular of a bachelor in law delivered by a Moroccan faculty of law or an equivalent
Diploma from a foreign faculty.
Be titular of a certificate of aptitude to the exercise of the occupation of lawyer since less than two years.
Not be condemned to a legal, disciplinary or administrative sorrow for facts opposite with the honor, probity, or the moralities
Not be declared in a state of bankruptcy except if the object of rehabilitation.
Be in a regular position with regard to the military service and of the non-national military service.
Be able to follow the occupation with all its loads.
Be of less than forty years old for those, which are not, exempted a training course.
The lawyer must be descent in his professional control the principles of freedom, impartiality, honesty, self-esteem, good reputation and all that the moralities require. The Notary:
A notary is "a person who is publicly authorized to perform duties that are generally prescribed by a determined law; for instance he attests deeds, agreements and other instruments in order to give them authenticity, protests notes, bills of exchange and the like, certifies copies of agreements and other instruments." Notaries are appointed by the Dahir of Chaoual 10, 1343 (May 4,...
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