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Whether in sec 3(1) of the Interpretation and General Provisions Act cap 2 and sec 2 of the Advocates Act (1989) an advocate is a person that whose name has been duly entered like an advocate in the Roll of Advocate.

Well as an advocate has been defined as a person that who has been admitted as such through the Chief Justice also.  So however law relating to the Advocacy is contained in the Advocates Act.

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