Law No. 51 Of 7 June 1995 (Republished) For The Organisation And Exercise Of The Profession Of Lawyer

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 51 din 7 iunie 1995 (*republicată*) pentru organizarea şi exercitarea profesiei de avocat

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Law No. 51 of 7 June 1995 (republished * *) (* updated *) for the organisation and exercise of the profession of lawyer) (updated until 3 august 2016 *)-PARLIAMENT ISSUING — — — — —-*) Republished pursuant to art. Vi of law No. 270/2010 amending and supplementing law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 872 dated December 28, 2010, posing a new texts.
Law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer was republished in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 113 of 6 March 2001 and subsequently was amended and supplemented by:-Law No. 489/2002 on amending and completing law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 578 of 5 august 2002;
-Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 77/2003 on completion of the law nr. 161/2003 on certain measures to ensure transparency in the exercise of public dignities, and public functions in the business environment, the prevention and sanctioning of corruption, as published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 640 of 9 September 2003, as amended by law No. 280/2004, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 574 of 29 June 2004;
-Law No. 201/2004 on completion of the law nr. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 483 of 28 May 2004;
-Law No. 255/2004 amending and supplementing law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 559 of 23 June 2004;
-Order No. 94/2004 regulating the financial measures, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 803 of 31 august 2004, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 507/2004, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. on 19 November 2004 1,080, as amended;
-Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 190/2005 for completion of the necessary steps in the European integration process, as published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 1,179 dated December 28, 2005, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 332/2006, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 629 from 20 July 2006;
-Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 159/2008 amending and supplementing law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 792 from 26 November 2008, rejected by law nr. 81/2010, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 300 of 10 May 2010.


Chapter I General provisions Article 1 (1) the legal profession is free and independent, with the establishment and operation of autonomous, under the present law and the status of the profession.
  

(2) the legal profession is exercised only by lawyers enrolled in the dashboard of the bar, the bar of the National Union of bars in Romania, hereinafter Unbr
  

(3) the establishment and functioning of the bar associations outside Unbr are prohibited. Laws of incorporation and registration thereof shall be null and void. Nullity may be established and ex officio.
  


Article 2 (1) in the exercise of the legal profession lawyer is independent and is subject only to the law, the status of the profession and ethics code.
  

(2) the advocate promotes and defends the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of man.
  

(3) the Attorney shall be entitled to attend and to represent natural or legal persons before the courts of the judicial authority and other organs jurisdiction, criminal investigation bodies, authorities and public institutions, as well as other natural or legal persons that are required to enable and ensure the unhampered conduct of lawyer of his business, in accordance with the law.
  

(4) everyone has the right to freely choose their lawyer.
  

(5) The exercise of the right of defence counsel has the right and obligation to order to achieve free access lets take to justice, to a fair trial within a reasonable time.
  


Article 3 (1) the advocate shall be achieved by: a) consultations and legal requests;
  

b) assistance and representation before courts, criminal investigation bodies, jurisdictional authorities, of notaries and bailiffs, public administration bodies and institutions, as well as other legal entities in accordance with the law;
  

(c) drafting of legal acts), certifying the identity of the parties, the content and the documents submitted for authentication;
  

d) assistance and representation of natural or legal persons interested in front of other public authorities can attest to the identity of the parties, the content and the date of any acts concluded;
  

e) defence and representation of specific legal means of the rights and legitimate interests of natural and legal persons in their relations with public authorities, institutions and any Romanian or foreign person;
  

f) mediation activities;
  

g fiduciary activities conducted in) conditions of the civil code;
  

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Lit. g) of paragraph 1. (1) of article 1. 3 was amended by section 1 of article. 85 of Act No. 71 in June 2011, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 409 of 10 June 2011.

h) establishing temporary headquarters for companies at the headquarters of the professional lawyer and registration thereof in the name and on behalf of the client, the parties of interest, social parties or actions of such firms;
  

I) activities referred to in g) and (h)) can take place under a new legal assistance;
  

j) any means and ways of exercising the right of own defense under the law.
  

(2) the activities specified in paragraph 1. (1) shall be exercised only by a lawyer, if the law does not stipulate otherwise.
  


Article 4 in the profession and in connection with this lawyer is protected by law.


Article 5 (1) the forms of the exercise of the profession of lawyer are: individual offices, offices, civil society or professional limited liability company.
  

(2) The Cabinet may individually exercise the profession a lawyer, alone or together with other lawyers.
  

(3) individual Cabinets can be associated for the purpose of exercising the profession; rights and obligations of lawyers in possession of associated offices maintains its character and cannot be transferred. Individual cabinets properly may be associated with professional and civil societies.
  

(4) individual Cabinets can group to create economic and technical facilities for the exercise of the profession and retains its individuality in dealing with customers.
  

(5) vocational civil society consists of 2 or more lawyers definitivi. In civil society can exercise their professional occupation collaborators and staff lawyers or lawyers. Civil society and lawyers practising under its legal aid may not be granted to persons with contrary interests.
  

(6) Cabinets, cabinets, grouped societies of professional civil and professional limited liability companies may well have shared ownership.
  

(7) the advocate may at any time change the form of exercise of the profession, with the reminder of the Bar Association.
  

(8) the Attorney is unable to practise at the same time, in many forms of exercise.
  

(9) the forms of the exercise of the profession may be disposed of by laws between live only between definitivi and lawyers are in the exercise of his profession or may be liquidated in ceasing, respecting the investment regime governed by this law.
  


Article 6 (1) Professional Society Limited is a company with legal personality, formed under the conditions laid down in this law and the status of the legal profession, through the Association of at least two lawyers definitivi in the exercise of the profession, whether or not they hold or whether or not they belong to a different form of exercise of the profession.
  

— — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 6 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 85 of Act No. 71 in June 2011, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 409 of 10 June 2011.

(2) the acquisition of legal personality of the professional limited liability company takes place at date of registration at the bar of the decision issued by the Bar Council in whose territorial RADIUS main is situated.
  

(3) Professional Society with limited liability is holds a heritage property.
  

— — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 6 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 85 of Act No. 71 in June 2011, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 409 of 10 June 2011.

(4) the obligations and liability of the professional limited liability company are secured with its own heritage. Associations respond personally to the extent of the contribution of each.
  

— — — — — — — —-. (4) article. 6 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 85 of Act No. 71 in June 2011, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 409 of 10 June 2011.

(5) where professional society with limited liability is constituted by the lawyers who belong to other forms of exercise of the profession, the latter may not be subject to liquidation, if Associates, so agree.
  


(6) a form of exercise of the profession of the sole member, if applicable, ceases professional activity carried out under his own name during the holder's attorney or, where appropriate, its lawyers who hold associate membership in professional society with limited liability. During the pursuit of the occupation ceases, the lawyers duly noted the situation regarding termination, under the status of the legal profession.
  

(7) in the case of benefits consisting of professional legal assistance and representation in courts, prosecutors ' offices, the criminal investigation bodies or other authorities, professional limited liability company has the obligation to mention in the contract concluded with the client name of the lawyer/lawyers chosen/elected or accepted/accepted by the customer to provide professional service, and or, where appropriate, refusal of the right of substitution.
  

(8) professional limited liability Company conducts accounting in a simple game and is subject to the tax transparency regime. Income tax payment shall be made by each Member, for his or her own income.
  


Article 7 Any lawyer, no matter what form of exercise of the profession, may conclude agreements of collaboration with experts or other specialists, according to the law. Professional civil societies and professional limited liability companies may conclude such agreements only with the agreement of all members.


Article 8 (1) the forms of the exercise of the legal profession and the cabinets will be grouped individually by name, as follows: a) If individual Cabinet-lawyer name holder, followed by the phrase Law Office;
  

b) in the case of names of all the associated cabinets-holders, followed by the phrase the lawyer associated offices;
  

c) in the case of civil societies and professional societies with limited liability-the name of at least one of the members, followed by the phrase civil society of lawyers or, where appropriate, the professional society of lawyers with limited liability;
  

d) in the case of grouped-cabinets each cabinet holder name, followed by the phrase the lawyer practices grouped.
  

(2) the name of the form of the exercise of the profession, individualized according to para. (1) can be preserved and upon the death or departure of one of its members, with the agreement or, as the case may be, of all the heirs of the deceased expressed in authentic form.
  

3. the names referred to in paragraph 1. (1) will be placed on practices or firms, in the conditions laid down by the Statute.
  

(4) in the case of all forms of exercise of the profession of the foreign lawyers may use the name and the name of the form of the exercise of the profession in the country or abroad, under the terms of this article.
  


Article 9 (1) Conventions of grouping and pairing of the cabinets, the instruments setting up civil societies of professional lawyers and professional limited liability companies, as well as the conventions referred to in article 1. 7 ending in written form, in compliance with the conditions of the Fund as provided by law and the status of the profession.
  

(2) the Bar Council legal matter to verify conditions and, noting their fulfillment, Registration Convention within one month of registration.
  

(3) the Bar Council against the decision of any person who considers himself aggrieved in a right or legitimate interest in its may complain to the courts, under the present law and the status of the profession.
  

(4) separate records and member of the keep advocates for every form of exercise of the profession.
  


Article 10 (1) and member of the Unbr and ensure the exercise of the right of defence by qualified, professional competence and discipline, the protection of the dignity and honour of lawyers.
  

(2) In each County there is also a single bar a member of Unbr, with its registered office in the place of residence of the district.
  

(3) Every bar organizes and ensures the smooth functioning of a legal aid service within each court. Bar Council is responsible for the Organization and functioning of this service.
  


Article 11 the lawyer is obliged to keep professional secrecy with regard to any aspect of the case that he has been entrusted, except as required by law.


Chapter II Acquisition of the quality of Attorney section 1 conditions for inclusion in law firm Article 12 (1) be a member of a bar from Romania at which meets the following conditions: (a)) exercise civil and political rights;
  

b) is licensee of the Faculty of law with a duration determined by law;
  

(c)) is not found in any of the cases provided for by the present law nedemnitate;
  

d) is fit, in terms of the medical profession.
  

(2) Fulfilling the condition laid down under (a). d) of paragraph 2. (1) it must be proven with medical health certificate issued on the basis of the findings made by a medical Commission formed under conditions laid down in the statutes of the profession.
  


Article 13 (1) a member of a bar in another country may exercise the profession of advocate in Romania, in the case of the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in this law.
  

(2) in order to provide legal advice regarding the Romanian law, foreign Attorney has an obligation to support a test of knowledge of the Romanian language as Romanian, and organized by Unbr
  

(3) foreign Lawyer may practise as a lawyer in Romania, at your choice, in the framework of one of the forms of organization. 5. (4) alien's lawyer cannot put oral or written conclusions in front of courts and other judicial and judicial organs, except those of international arbitration.
  

(5) Fees due shall record the alien's lawyer and in Romania.
  

(6) foreign Lawyer engaged in the profession in Romania is obliged to register the particular kept every bar and is subject to the provisions of this law, the code of ethics of the profession and status.
  


Article 14 Is unworthy of being a lawyer: a) permanently condemned by a court decision to jail penalty for committing an intentional crime, likely to affect the prestige of the profession;
  

b) one who committed abuses by having been violated fundamental rights and freedoms of man, established by an order of court, or has committed serious disciplinary measure, sanctioned with exclusion from the profession that disciplinary sanction;
  

c) at which the penalty was applied to the prohibition to exercise the profession, duration determined by judicial or disciplinary action;
  

d) repealed;
  

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Lit. d) art. 14 was repealed by section 1 of article. 51 of law No. 187 of 24 October 2012, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 757 from November 12, 2012.


Article 15 of the lawyer profession is incompatible with: a) remunerated activity in other professions than the legal profession;
  

b) occupations which harm the dignity and independence of the legal profession or morals;
  

c the direct pursuit of facts) materials of Commerce.
  


Article 16 of the lawyer profession is compatible with: a) the quality of a Deputy or a senator, Councillor in the local or county councils;
  

(b) didactic activities and functions) in higher legal education;
  

c) prominence and publishing;
  

d) arbitrator, mediator, conciliator or negotiator, Advisor, tax advisor, intellectual property, industrial property adviser, sworn translator, administrator or liquidator in proceedings of reorganization and judicial liquidation, in accordance with the law.
  


Article 17 (1) the receipt shall be performed solely in the profession on the basis of an examination organized by the Unbr, at least on an annual basis and on a national level, according to this law and the Statute of the legal profession.
  

(2) the examination for receipt of the legal profession it is claimed in the context of the National Institute for the preparation and perfection of the lawyers and are conducted in a uniform manner, in its territorial centres, based on a methodology developed and approved by the Council of Unbr
  

(3) the examination at the Theme level Unbr, and selection of topics is made by the National Committee for examination.
  

(4) the national exam is composed mainly of lawyers-academics, who have at least 10 years of service in the legal profession. Its designation is made by the Standing Committee of the Unbr, at the proposal of the Association.
  

(5) the provisions of article 4. 102 paragraph 1. (2) of law No. 303/2004 concerning the status of judges and prosecutors, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions are applied in an appropriate manner, as well as judges from international courts.
  


Article 18 (1) At the beginning of the lawyer profession carried out compulsorily a stint training with duration of 2 years, during which time a quality of lawyer.
  

(2) the conditions of carrying out the rights and obligations of the traineeship, the trainee lawyer, the lawyer's code of good practice, as well as of the bar against them are governed by the status of the profession.
  

(3) during the period of internship, with the agreement of the Attorney, the lawyers guide trainees can take master classes, which are taken into account in the assessment of vocational training, under the status of the legal profession.
  


(4) the Stage shall be suspended in the event of missing from the profession or in a reasoned case for termination of professional guidance to trainee lawyer without guilt. The period of internship previously made shall be reckoned for fulfilling internship.
  

(5) upon completion of the internship trainee lawyer will argue for finalization.
  

(6) the trainee Lawyer rejected three times for the finalization will be excluded from the profession.
  


Article 19 the activity of a trainee lawyer can be guided only by lawyers with a definitivi of at least 6 years in this capacity and who enjoys a reputation for professional neştirbită.


Article 20 (1) the Office of lawyer is acquired on the basis of an examination organized by the Unbr, and annually nationwide, according to the present law and the status of the legal profession or through an examination of the National Institute for the preparation and perfection of the Lawyers, under the status of the legal profession.
  

(2) the examination of the claim within the finalization of the National Institute for the preparation and perfection of the lawyers and are conducted in a uniform manner, territorial centers based on a methodology developed and approved by the Council of Unbr
  

(3) the examination of Thematic finalization is unique to the Unbr level, and selection of topics is made by the National Committee for examination.
  

(4) the national exam is composed predominantly of lawyers-academics who have a minimum of 10 years seniority in the profession. Its designation is made by the Standing Committee of the Unbr, at the proposal of the Association.
  

(5) anyone who has passed the examination for receipt in the legal profession and that up to the date of receipt, examination support in the legal profession to fulfill the function of judge, Prosecutor, notary public, legal adviser or solicitor for 5 years, acquires the status of a definitive lawyer without examination of completion referred to in paragraph 1. (1) provided the promotion exam completed in the profession.
  

(6) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (5) also apply to persons who have passed the examination for entry into the legal profession and who have fulfilled the functions of legal specialty in the Parliament, the presidential administration, Cabinet of Ministers, the Constitutional Court, the Ombudsman, the Court of Auditors and of the Legislative Council for 5 years neîntrerupţi.
  

(7) the Attorney trainee who exercised at least one parliamentary term, Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Chairman of the County Council or County Council Vice President, on demand membership acquires a definitive lawyer.
  

(8) Lawyers-ex-judges cannot put the conclusions to the courts where they work, and former prosecutors and police can not be granted legal aid in the criminal investigation unit in which they conducted the work for a period of 5 years after the termination of the respective function.
  


Article 21 (1) Ceased URjuridice.* effects) (2) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) apply properly and lawyer whose husband, relative times until Cranberry third degree including the preside judge of the Constitutional Court judge financial times, financial accounts to the courts or public prosecutor of the Court of Auditors.
  

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) does not apply to the Cabinet, civil society or professional limited liability company in which the employee is assigned at times to whom the ban applies as referred to in paragraph 1. (1) and (2).
  

(4) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) and (2) apply and advocate, Attorney or lawyer contributor, paid within the profession that uses form professional relationships times professional cooperation established under the law for the purpose of circumvention of such bans.
  


Article 22 (1) To enroll in Harvard lawyer filed in front of the Bar Association, in a solemn setting, the following oath: "I swear to respect and defend the Constitution and laws of the country, human rights and freedoms and carries on profession of lawyer with honor and dignity. So help me God! "
  

(2) the oath may be filed and without religious formula, in this case, will begin with the oath: "I swear on the honor and conscience!"
  


Article 23 (1) Lawyer trainee can put conclusions only to court and may assist the party to represent times bodies and the institutions referred to in article 1. 3. (2) trainees, Advocates of the membership in the bar, have an obligation to follow courses at the National Institute for the preparation and perfection of the Lawyers during the internship.
  

(3) the lawyer shall have the right to put a definitive conclusions in all courts, with the exception of the High Court of Cassation and justice and the Constitutional Court, where it will be able to put the conclusions and whether it has an uninterrupted length of service in the profession for at least five years from completion.
  

(4) the advocate is required to definitively attend continuing vocational training forms organized by Harvard, National Institute for Preparing and perfecting Lawyers or forms of the exercise of the profession, in terms of the status of the legal profession.
  


Article 24 (1) the bar shall be obliged to draw up annual scoreboard definitivi lawyers and trainees in alphabetical order, with an indication of the name, surname, title, date of registration with the professional headquarters, Simpson, form of exercise of the profession and the courts to which they are entitled to put the conclusions.
  

(2) the second part of the scoreboard will contain offices, civil societies and professional limited liability companies rest with headquarters and lawyers that compose them.
  

(3) by the Bar Association, lawyers and annual changes are communicated at the beginning of each year the courts, criminal prosecution authorities and the administrative authorities of the county or municipality of Bucharest, as well as Unbr
  


Article 25 (1) Bar Council issue decisions on the crossing, at the request of lawyers incompatible or ex officio, and transition on the lawyers as a result of the exercise of the profession is done only upon request, after the termination of a State of incompatibility.
  

(2) In cases where there is incompatibility, the decision to receive the profession will take effect only from the date of termination of a State of incompatibility).
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 25 has been amended by deleting the phrase "to be solved within the time limit of two months following the issuance of the decision," according to the DECISION of the CONSTITUTIONAL COURT No. 297 of 22 May 1986, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 521 of 14 July 2014.


Article 26 (1) the exercise of any specific legal profession and under article 9. 3 by a natural or legal person who does not have the status of lawyer enrolled in a bar and on the bar of lawyers that constitutes infringement and is punishable according to the criminal law.
  

(2) the courts shall be required to verify and to rule over the quality of the representative of a person who is posing as a lawyer for exercising this profession-specific acts and using symbols of the legal profession.
  

(3) the legal profession-specific Acts performed in public by a person who has acquired the status of a lawyer under this law, shall be null and void if it was an injury that cannot be resolved otherwise, apart from cases where the mode of implementation of them was likely to produce a common error with regard to the quality of the person who committed them.
  

(4) in the cases provided for in this article, shall be entitled to bar the action in damages against the natural or legal person who is engaged in the non-legal profession.
  

(5) the amounts obtained by way of compensation pursuant to paragraph 1. (4) will be included in the budgets of the Association and shall be used exclusively for the activity of professional training of lawyers under the law.
  


Section 2 of the Termination and suspension of the lawyer article 27 membership lapses: a lawyer) by surrendering to the exercise of the profession;
  

b) death;
  

c) if it was against the lawyer got so far as an exclusion from the profession that disciplinary sanction;
  

d) if the Attorney has been sentenced definitively to a criminal offence prescribed by the law and that makes it unworthy to be an attorney, according to the law.
  


Article 28 membership is suspended: a) in case of incompatibility, the duration of the existence of this State;
  

b) during the period of prohibition to practice, ordered by court decision or disciplinary action;
  

c) in the case of total or partial non-payment of taxes and contributions to the professional bar, the Unbr and the system of social insurance for a period of three months from the due date until the liquidation of the debt in full;
  

(d)) at the written request of the lawyer.
  


Chapter III rights and duties of the advocate section 1 Rights lawyers Article 29 (1) Lawyer entered the Bar Association shall be entitled to attend and to represent any person or entity, pursuant to a contract concluded in written form, which acquires definite date by posting in the official register record.
  

(2) the advocate, and the customer shall be entitled to waive legal assistance agreement or to modify it by mutual agreement, under the conditions laid down in the Statute of the legal profession. Unilateral renunciation of the customer shall not constitute cause for relief for payment of the fees due in respect of services rendered, as well as lawyers for expenses incurred by the lawyer in the interests of the client procedure.
  


Article 30 the Attorney has the right to elect and to be elected to the governing bodies of the legal profession, as provided in this law and the Statute.


Article 31


(1) his professional activity shall be entitled to attorney fees and to cover all expenditures made in the interest of his client's trial.
  

(2) for this purpose, the lawyer may open a bank account for cashing fees and other amounts received for filing from the client for expenses in its procedural interest. Mode of administration of the client advocate, taught for procedural expenses in its interest, will be established by the Convention between attorney and client, under the status of the profession.
  

(3) the contract of legal assistance, legal, is enforceable. Investiture of the appended within the competence of the Court of the registered office of the professional advocate. Arrears from fees and other expenses incurred by the lawyer in the trial of his client's interest shall be recovered according to the provisions of the status of the profession.
  


Article 32 Appeals and complaints concerning fees is Dean of the Bar Association of Nepal said. Dean's decision can be appealed to the Bar Council, whose decision is final.


Article 33 (1) Advocates have their own social security system.
  

(2) the social security system of lawyers is regulated by law and based on their contribution, as well as on other sources of law whenever the status of Insurance lawyers.
  

(3) Time served law firm is considered seniority.
  

(4) the Attorney shall be entitled to recovery of work capacity, in terms of the status of the legal profession.
  


Article 34 shall constitute the legal profession during the period in which the lawyer has held the Office of judge, Prosecutor, notary, legal specialist functions in Parliament, presidential administration, Cabinet of Ministers, the Constitutional Court, the Ombudsman, the Court of Auditors and the Legislative Council, as well as the period in which it has been suspended from the exercise of a health profession for the purposes of public dignity functions or a function similar to the function of public dignitaries.


Article 35 (1) in order to ensure secrecy, and professional works placed on the lawyer or his cabinet are inviolable. Lawyer's detainment, home of his Cabinet or picking up records and supplies cannot be made than the Prosecutor, on the basis of a mandate issued in accordance with the law.
  

(2) will not be able to be heard and recorded with any technical means, the telephone conversations of attorney nor will be able to be intercepted and recorded his correspondence with professional character, than under the conditions and pursuant to the procedure provided by law.
  


Article 36 (1) contact between the Attorney and his client may not be embarrassed or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any organ of the State.
  

(2) where the customer is in custody or detention, the administration of the place of detention detention times is required to take the necessary measures to ensure respect for the rights provided for in paragraph 1. (1) article 37 Lawyer practising individually, cabinets, civil society and professional limited-liability company shall be entitled to professional headquarters in Vienna Bar Association in which they are enrolled and at offices in another bar in the country or abroad, where they are taking.


Article 38 the Ministry of Justice is obliged to provide the necessary premises for the purpose of carrying on the activity of lawyers in the courts.


Article 39 (1) in the exercise of the legal profession, lawyers are protected by law, they can be assimilated without servants, except the evidence of the identity of the parties, the content of an act or the date.
  

(2) the lawyer is bound to observe the solemnity of the meeting, not to use words or phrases likely to be prejudicial to the honour, dignity and authority of the judges ' Panel of judges, the Prosecutor, other lawyers and parties their representatives in the process times.
  

(3) the advocate is not responsible criminally CD made orally or in writing, in an appropriate manner and in compliance with the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) the courts of law, criminal investigation bodies or other bodies of administrative jurisdiction, nor if they are in conjunction with consultations provided the litigants in that defense question wording, if they are made in compliance with the norms of professional ethics.
  

(4) the failure by the lawyer mentioned in paragraph 1. (2) and (3) constitute serious misconduct. Disciplinary liability does not exclude civil or criminal liability.
  

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Art. 39 has been amended by section 2 of art. 51 of law No. 187 of 24 October 2012, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 757 from November 12, 2012.


Section 2 of the duties of Lawyer lawyers article 40 shall be obliged to study thoroughly the causes for which i have been entrusted, engaged or on its own initiative, to be presented at each term from the courts or from the prosecution or at other institutions, in accordance with its mandate, to demonstrate the reliability and professional probity, to plead with dignity toward judges and parties from the process , to submit the conclusions by the meeting notes or whenever the nature or difficulty of the case require this Court times has this effect. failure attributable to these duties constitutes professional misconduct.


Article 41 the Attorney is obligated to grant legal aid in cases in which it has been designated as ex officio or by the bar.


Article 42 the lawyer is obliged to ensure for liability under the conditions laid down by the Statute.


Article 43 the lawyer is obliged to attend all meetings convened by the Bar Council, the professional activities and meetings of the governing bodies of which it is part. Repeated Absentarea and unreasonably constitutes misconduct.


Article 44 (1) the lawyer is obliged to keep the records required by law and the articles of association with regard to the causes in which he worked and to pay regularly and in time established taxes and contributions to the formation of the budget and funds bar the house insurance of lawyers from Romania and its subsidiaries. Unbr budget is made up of contributions from the Association, established in accordance with the law and the status of the profession.
  

(2) Acts prepared by the lawyer for professional records required by law, as well as against third parties for legitimation of representative have conclusive force full until enrolling in the bogus.
  


Article 45 the lawyer is obliged to return the documents were entrusted to the person from whom they were received.


Article 46 (1) the advocate may not assist or represent parties with contrary interests in the same case or related cases and cannot plead against the party whom he consulted before in relation to contentious issues of pricinii.
  

(2) the advocate may not be heard as a witness and cannot provide any authorities or persons relationships regarding the cause to which he was entrusted, unless prior express and absolution, written from all its customers interested in the matter.
  

(3) a witness has the precedence versus the quality of counsel regarding the facts and circumstances which he knew before he became a defender or representative of any of the parties concerned.
  

(4) If a witness has been heard as the lawyer can no longer carry on any professional activity on that question.
  

(5) the advocate may not perform the function of an expert or a translator in the case in which the Defender is engaged.
  


Article 47 (1) the advocate is required to wear robes in front of the courts.
  

(2) the characteristics are those established by robei status profession.
  

(3) Wearing robei outside court premises is prohibited, except in cases in which the Attorney is delegated by law enforcement profession to represent Unbr in the bar or an opportunity requiring such attire.
  


Article 48 (1) the advocate is prohibited as, directly or through the person's status, to use methods inconsistent with the dignity of the profession for the purpose of acquiring customers.
  

(2) it is also forbidden to use attorney advertising means or advertising for the same purpose. The Statute lays down the cases and the extent to which the lawyer may inform the public about the exercise of his profession.
  


Chapter IV organization of the legal profession section 1 Bar Article 49 (1) the legal profession is organized and operates on the basis of the principle of autonomy, within the limits of the powers provided for in this law.
  

(2) the choice of the management organs of the profession of lawyer is only done by secret ballot.
  

(3) the governing bodies of collegial decisions only by open vote. The deliberations and the vote constitute trade secret.
  


Article 50 (1) Bar consists of all advocates of a county or municipality. The seat is in the town of Bar Association of the County of residence in Bucharest.
  

(2) the bar shall have legal personality, its own heritage and buget.
  

(3) contributing to the achievement of the budget advocates is determined by the Bar Council.
  

(4) the assets of the bar can be used in revenue-producing activities, in accordance with the law.
  


Article 51 (1) governing bodies of the Bar Association are: the General Assembly);
  

b) Board;
  

c) Dean.
  


(2) within the Bar Association operates the auditing Commission and the Disciplinary Committee. Organization, operation, and their powers are regulated according to the status of the legal profession.
  


Article 52 (1) the general meeting is composed of all the lawyers entered the bar with the right to exercise the profession.
  

(2) the General Assembly shall have the following powers: a) regulates for the exercise of the profession in question, bar within the limits of the law and of the statutes;
  

b) elects and revokes the Dean, Board members, Audit Committee members and the officials of the Disciplinary Committee. The Dean is elected for a four year term and can be re-elected once. The Dean shall elect from among lawyers with a length of at least 10 years in the profession;
  

c) choose delegates to Congress lawyers Bar Association;
  

d) approves the draft budget of the bar and give a discharge in respect of the activity and its management.
  


Article 53 (1) the ordinary General Assembly meets annually in the first quarter, when convened by the Bar Association.
  

(2) the summons shall be made by the Bar Association Headquarters, display at the headquarters of the county support services and by publication in a local newspaper at least 15 days before the date fixed.
  

(3) the extraordinary general meeting may be convened by the Board or the auditing Commission of the Bar Association.
  

(4) at the request of one third of the total members of the Bar Council is obliged to convene an extraordinary general meeting no later than 15 days following receipt of the request. In this case the procedure will be performed with the Convocation at least 7 days before the date fixed.
  

(5) the General Assembly is headed by Dean along with 5 members elected by open vote of those present, one of whom will be appointed Secretary. In the event of your choice or revoking the Presiding Board members or none of them will not be part of the Presidium, and the meeting will be jointly chaired by the oldest Member present.
  


Article 54 (1) the General Assembly is legally constituted with the participation of the majority of its members.
  

(2) if the number is not legal, and on the agenda of the meeting is not included the choice of the management organs of the General Assembly, the Presidium of the Bar Association, with those present, establishes a new general meeting no later than 15 days from the date of the first convocation. Bar Council has the obligation to fulfill the calling procedure with at least 7 days before the date fixed.
  

(3) the general meeting convened under the terms of paragraph 1. (2) it is legal constituted with the participation of at least one third of the total number of its members.
  

(4) the General Assembly shall be taken by a majority vote of the members present, except in cases where the law stipulates a different meeting quorum and voting.
  


Article 55 (1) General meetings of the governing bodies of the choice of the bar are only legally constituted with the participation of the majority of the members of the General Assembly of the Bar Association.
  

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 of the. (1) in the case of association that have more than 500 lawyers entitled to pursue the profession, where, upon the first convocation, legal number of participants is not met shall apply, as appropriate, the provisions of art. 54 paragraph 2. (2) and (3).
  

(3) participation in the General Assembly for election of the governing bodies of the Bar Association to do it personally. Member of the bar counsel may not delegate the exercise of his right to vote to another lawyer.
  


Article 56 (1) Bar Council consists of 5 to 15 members, elected for a period of 4 years and having continued in old profession of not less than 8 years. The Dean and the Vice-Dean shall be included in this number.
  

(2) the Bar Council has the following powers: (a) for the enforcement of judgments) adopt and comply with the provisions of this Act and the bylaws of the profession;
  

b) to carry out the decisions of the Council of Unbr and of the General Assembly of the Bar Association;
  

(c)) shall, amends and gives the annual scoreboard advertising lawyers, members of the bar, and he communicates those entitled;
  

d) adopt measures to organize professional and disciplinary control of the professional, for the resolution of appeals and complaints, under the conditions provided for by law and the status of the profession;
  

e) verifies and ascertains the legal conditions for the receipt of applications in the profession and approve receipt into the profession with exam or exam admission free;
  

f) decide on the State of incompatibility and termination thereof;
  

g) transfer requests in solves compliance with provisions of the law and the status of the profession;
  

h) verifies and ascertains whether the acts establishing, modifying and changing forms of exercise of the profession, as well as grouping conventions or cooperation conditions provided for by the professional law and status of the profession; organize and keep track of them;
  

I) coordinates the activity of subsidiaries or branches of Insurance lawyers rang competence;
  

j) organizes conferences and internship, study circles and edited publications of the Bar Association;
  

k) organizes and directs the work of legal aid services in the County, according to the law and the status of the profession;
  

l) refer the matter to the Commission of discipline with prosecuting disciplinary deviation of lawyers;
  

m) suspended from the exercise of the profession during the non-payment of fees, the lawyer who does not pay the taxes and contributions provided by law and the status of the profession for a period of 3 months after the due date thereof if he has been warned about non-payment and have not complied with the obligation;
  

n) settles appeals against decision regarding Dean's fees;
  

a share of contribution) sets of lawyers to the Bar Association;
  

p) accept donations and bequests made Bar Association;
  

q) approve of State functions and committed staff bar;
  

r) prepares the annual draft budget and shall submit to the General Assembly and administers heritage bar;
  

s) annual general meeting, submit for approval, the report on the activities of the Council and the current management, self-management and managing heritage bar;
  

t) choose the Vice-Dean of the Bar Association;
  

resolves complaints and u) appeals against decisions of the Dean of the Bar Association;
  

(v) any other duties) meets as provided by law or determined by the Board Unbr times Unbr Executive Office
  


Article 57 Bar Council working legally in the presence of two-thirds of its members and takes decisions by a majority vote valid members present.


Article 58 (1) Dean of the Bar Association shall have the following powers: a) represents the bar with individuals and legal entities in the country and abroad;
  

b) shall convene and preside over meetings of the Board of the Bar Association;
  

c) approves applications for free legal assistance;
  

d) shall exercise legal remedies against decisions of the Disciplinary Committee of the Bar Council and decisions for which judicial review;
  

e) authorised expenses of the Bar Association;
  

f) take action on the leadership of the Bar Association who are not within the competence of the General Assembly or the Council of the Bar Association;
  

(g) any other duties) meets as provided by law or determined by the governing bodies of Unbr and data under its jurisdiction.
  

(2) replaces the Vice-Dean and Dean at the request, or in his absence.
  

(3) If the Dean and Vice-Dean of the are in temporary impossibility to exercise functions, the Bar Council may delegate a councilor to perform, in whole or in part, the powers of self-management.
  

(4) The Bucharest bar, Bar Council elects 2 Vice-Deans. The Dean shall be replaced upon request or in his absence, by the Vice-Dean of whom he designates in writing.
  


Article 59 the disgruntled Lawyer Dean's decision one can attack the Bar Council.


Section 2 of the National Union of bars in Romania-Unbr


Article 60 (1) National Union of bars in Romania-Unbr consists of all bar associations from Romania and has its headquarters in the capital, Bucharest.
  

(2) Unbr is a legal person of public interest has its own heritage and buget.
  

(3) the budget of the Unbr of the contribution quota established by the bars in UAR. Unbr heritage can also be used in revenue-producing activities, in accordance with the law.
  

(4) the bar of lawyers is created and only works within the Unbr, according to the present law and the status of the profession.
  

(5) Unbr is the successor of the Lawyers Union from Romania.
  

(6) the use of non-designations «Bar», «National Union of bars in Romania», «Unbr» «Romania» the Union or specific designations of forms of exercise of the profession of lawyer, as well as the use of specific marks of the profession of lawyer wearing robei times under conditions other than those laid down in this law shall constitute the offense and shall be punished with imprisonment from six months to three years or by a fine.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (6) article. 60 was amended by section 3 of article 9. 51 of law No. 187 of 24 October 2012, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 757 from November 12, 2012.


Article 61 (1) governing bodies of Unbr are: a) the Congress of lawyers;
  

b) Unbr Council;
  

c) Standing Committee of the Unbr;
  

d) President Unbr
  

(2) within the Unbr is created and works: the central auditing Commission);
  

(b) Central discipline Commission);
  

(c) technical and administrative apparatus).
  


Article 62 (1) Congress of lawyers is composed of delegates of each bar, according to the norm of representation set out in the status of the profession, and of the members of the Council of Unbr
  


(2) Congress convenes annually in advocates regular session, at the request of the Council of Unbr
  

(3) at the request of at least a third of the number of bars, Unbr Council is obliged to convene an extraordinary session the UAR.
  


Article 63 (1) Convening the Congress shall take place at least one month before the date fixed, through a notice in writing to the Association and by publication in a newspaper. Bar councils are required to display the date and agenda of the meeting was convened at the headquarters of the Bar Association and to the courts of their jurisdiction.
  

(2) bar associations are required to choose their delegates with at least 10 days prior to the Congress.
  

(3) Congress is constituted in the presence of two-thirds of its members and shall adopt decisions by a majority vote of the members present.
  


Article 64 (1) Congress of lawyers has the following duties: (a)) and to approve the annual report of the Council of Unbr;
  

b) Audit Commission elect and Central Governing Board of Insurance of lawyers;
  

c) make proposals to the authorities entitled to legislative initiative relating to the profession of lawyer;
  

d) adopts and changes the status of the profession and the status of insurance Lawyers, in accordance with the provisions of this law and on the basis of drafts prepared by the Council of Unbr;
  

e) adopted decisions concerning relations between bar associations and vocational training, to improve compliance with the ethical rules of the profession;
  

f) elects and revokes the members of the Central Commission of discipline. Each bar has the right to propose a candidate for the Central Commission for discipline. Jurisdiction and procedure of the Court of the Central Commission of discipline shall be established by statute;
  

g) approves the annual budget of the house insurance lawyers and annual budget execution;
  

h) approve annual budget annual budget execution Unbr and has its share of contribution and sets of bars in the formation of the budget expenses needed of congresses organizing Unbr shall be borne by each bar depends on the number of its representatives.
  

(2) the decisions of the Congress are final and binding on all organs of the profession.
  


Article 65 (1) Unbr Council consists of representatives of the Bar Association and deans elected according to the norm of representation set out in the status of the profession.
  

(2) the term of Office of a member of the Board of Unbr is 4 years old. In case of termination of one of them, of his predecessor's term of Office runs the difference. The substitute shall be designated under the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. (1) and (3) In the event of a change of a new Dean replaces Dean Harvard Law's predecessor. Other holidays are filled to the proximul Congress of lawyers.
  

(4) the Council shall meet quarterly at Unbr convened by its Chairman Unbr Convocation is done at least 15 days before the date of the hearing.
  

(5) at the request of at least one third of the members of the Council Unbr or in exceptional circumstances, the President will convene the Council of Unbr Unbr in extraordinary meeting, not later than 10 days from the date of the request or event.
  

(6) the Council Unbr working in the presence of at least two-thirds of its members and shall adopt decisions by a majority vote valid members present.
  


Article 66 the Council has the following duties: Unbr) is the representative body and deliberative of bars in Romania and ensure constant activity Unbr;
  

b) to carry out the decisions of the Congress of lawyers;
  

c any problems ctscan) resolves the legal profession between sessions of Congress, except those which are in the exclusive competence of the Congress of lawyers;
  

d) exercising control over the activity of the Permanent Commission decisions Unbr;
  

e) organizes the examination of verification of knowledge of Romanian language as Romanian and foreign lawyers;
  

f) organizes and directs the work of the National Institute of training and improvement of lawyers, constituted as a legal person governed by private law and nonprofit that is not part of the national educational system and is not subject to authorisation procedures and accreditation;
  

g) adopt decisions in all matters relating to training and further training of lawyers, as well as advice on relationships between bars;
  

h) organise the examination of the legal profession in reception and acquisition of professional title of lawyer, pursuant to article. 17 and in compliance with the provisions of the status of the legal profession;
  

I) organizes and supervises the overall statistical service of Unbr;
  

j) organizes and edits publications Unbr and supports the Association publications;
  

k) draws up the draft budget of Unbr and submit it for approval by the Congress of advocates, as well as the implementation of the budget of Unbr budget;
  

l) prepares annual activity report and discharge of the Unbr heritage and submit them to Congress for approval of lawyers;
  

m) budget for the realization of the Unbr aftertaste and execution by the bar associations of lawyers adopted by the Congress and by the Council of Unbr;
  

n) elects and revokes President and Vice-Presidents and members of the Permanent Commission of the Unbr of Unbr, lawyers among its members, with a length of more than 10 years in the profession, for a term of 4 years;
  

a) verifies the lawfulness and grounds of decisions receipt in the profession, the Association Councils, at the request of the persons concerned;
  

p) undoes the rulings bars for causes of illegality and resolves complaints and appeals made against the decisions adopted by the Association Councils, in cases stipulated by law and the status of the profession;
  

q) establish Central House and Credit Help to lawyers and controls;
  

r) coordinates the activity of insurance lawyers and adopted Regulation;
  

s) meets and other duties prescribed by law and shall take decisions in the interests of the profession, in compliance with the law;
  

t) Commission proposal grants permanent Unbr, the title of honorary member or honorary President of Unbr
  


Article 67 Standing Committee of the Unbr is composed of 15 members, of which 5 members are representatives of the Bucharest bar and 10 members are representatives of other bar associations across the country. The President and Vice-Presidents are members of Unbr as Permanent Commission to Unbr and include the 15 members. The term of Office of members of the Permanent Commission of the Unbr is 4 years old. In the event of termination of the term of Office of a member of the Permanent Commission of the Unbr, the designation of the substitute shall be subject to the same criteria and substitute running difference in mandate. One of the members of the Permanent Commission of the Unbr meets its Secretary and is designated by the vote of the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Unbr Unbr is the President of the Permanent Commission of Unbr


Article 68 (1) the Standing Committee of the Unbr has the following duties: a) is the executive body of the Council Unbr with permanent activity and the relation Member Unbr;
  

b) to carry out the decisions of the Congress of lawyers and of the Unbr Council and oversees the execution of these judgments by the inns, appropriate decisions;
  

c) organizes services and its own services Unbr Council and committed their staff;
  

d) ensure implementation of the budget and pursues Unbr budget resources;
  

e) accepts donations and bequests made Unbr;
  

f) in carrying out its duties, issue decisions are enforceable;
  

g) approve proposals to nominate bar territorial commissions necessary for examination and finalization in the legal profession.
  

(2) the Standing Committee of the Unbr is headed by President Unbr and works for the presence of the majority of its members and all such decisions.
  

(3) the Standing Committee of the Unbr meets and other duties stipulated by the law or hierarchical organs.
  


Article 69 (1) President Unbr has the following duties: a) represents the Unbr in dealing with individuals and legal entities in the country and abroad;
  

b) conclude agreements, agreements and contracts on behalf of the Council Unbr, Unbr;
  

c) convene and lead meetings of the Board and of the Commission Unbr permanent Unbr;
  

d) extrabudgetary expenditure authorised and of Unbr;
  

e) signed the paperwork and the Permanent Commission of the Council of Unbr;
  

f) oversees relations between the structures of the legal profession and the bar associations, as well as the relationships between bars;
  

g) provides support and assistance in their dealings with bar Central and local authorities;
  

h) will ensure that the appropriate conditions of business lawyers in the courts and at the prosecution.
  

(2) the President shall be replaced upon request or in his absence, by the Vice President whom he appoints for that purpose.
  


Article 70 the Council necessary to achieve staff Unbr establishes the duties of the President for the function Unbr


Chapter V section 1 Cases legal assistance and judicial assistance Article 71 (1) in the cases provided by law, bar associations ensure legal assistance in the following forms: a) in criminal cases, where defence is mandatory according to the provisions of the code of criminal procedure;
  

b) in any other cause than criminal, as a way of granting public aid, in accordance with the law;
  


(c) legal assistance lawyer), granted at the request of local public administration bodies.
  

(2) In exceptional cases, if the rights of the indigent would be prejudiced by delay, Dean of the Bar Association may approve granting free legal assistance specialist.
  


Article 72 (1) where, under art. 11-19 of the Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 51/2008 concerning the public aid in civil matters judicial, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 193/2008 was approved the request for public aid in the form of judicial assistance by a lawyer, a request together with the conclusion of the Declaration shall be sent without delay to the Dean of the Bar Association in Vienna that instances.
  

(2) the Dean of the bar association or the lawyer to whom Dean has delegated this attribution will designate, within three days, a lawyer for entry in the register of legal aid, which they transmit, together with the notice of designation, the conclusion referred to in paragraph 1. 1. Dean has an obligation to bar communicate and public judicial aid beneficiary name designated lawyer. Beneficiary of the aid may require judicial public himself used to describe a particular lawyer, with his consent, in accordance with the law.
  


Article 73 (1) the Attorney appointed under art. 72 para. (2) grant public aid may not refuse this judicial task than professional in the event of a conflict of interest or for other justifiable reasons.
  

(2) unreasonably Refusing to take up the case or continue execution constitutes misconduct, in accordance with the law.
  

(3) the Refusal or unjustified unilateral renunciation and undue assistance to designated counsel leads to cessation of public aid in the form of assistance by a lawyer.
  


Article 74 (1) extra-judicial Assistance referred to in article 1. 35 from Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 51/2008, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 193/2008, shall be paid by the legal aid service set up at the level of each bar, based on an application of which shall be approved by the Department of judicial assistance coordination, which will feature entries relating to the subject matter and nature of the request for assistance, identity, social security number, place of residence and status of the applicant's material and of his family, attaching proof of income are its records and his family as well as evidence of the maintenance obligations or payment. The application will be accompanied by an affidavit of the applicant, for the purposes of specifying if during the previous 12 months has also benefited from public aid, in what form, what it involved, as well as the amount of this aid.
  

(2) proof of the applicant's material condition is done mainly with the following documents: a) the competent authority certificate issued by the employer or, if applicable, indicating the income of the applicant's professional and other members of the family law, is subject to tax on income derived within the period laid down in the legislation on public aid, or amounts received by way of pension , unemployment allowance or social insurance and others also received in the same period;
  

b) family booklet and, if applicable, birth certificates of the children;
  

c) certificate of disabled person of the applicant or of the child, where applicable;
  

d) affidavit showing that the applicant and the other members of the family do not benefit from other additional income;
  

s) affidavit concerning the situation of the applicant's assets and his family;
  

f) affidavit indicating that the applicant and/or the other parent adoptive or natural times, depending on the circumstances, a person to whom the child has been entrusted for the purpose of adoption, or who has the child in foster care or in emergency placement times was appointed tutor in charge of raising and caring for the child and that it is not entrusted or given in placement of any private body authorized public service times or a legal person;
  

g) proof issued by the competent authorities relating to the taxable property of the situation of the applicant or, where appropriate, of other members of the family;
  

h) other acts required the establishment of entitlement to the grant of legal aid under the law.
  

(3) the request for assistance shall be submitted to extrajudicial assistance and judicial service shall decide not later than 15 working days from the date of registration, by the decision of admission times to reject, as appropriate.
  

(4) in the case of acceptance of the application for assistance, the decision concerning the granting of conflicts of legal aid will include the following: a) the name of the Act;
  

(b) the name of the issuing body);
  

c) legal basis and in fact for the issuance of the decision;
  

d) the person to whom it is granted assistance out of court;
  

e) type or form of extrajudicial assistance granted;
  

f) date of issue, and signature of the person who issued the Act.
  

(5) the decision to grant assistance to the competent out-of-court, Dean of the Bar Association designates a lawyer from legal aid register of the bar.
  

(6) after the possibilities, Dean of the Bar Association may approve extrajudicial assistance by a lawyer chosen by the person to whom it grants legal assistance.
  

(7) the decision referred to in paragraph 1. (3) shall be communicated to the applicant within 5 working days from the date of issue of the decision.
  

(8) the decision rejecting the application for the grant of the assistance may be challenged to out-of-Court Bar Council, within five days of its notification.
  

(9) the complaints brought against the decision of rejection of the Bar Council shall decide, at its first emergency meeting of the Council of the Bar Association.
  


Article 75 the advocate providing legal assistance according to this chapter shall not be entitled to receive from the client or from any remuneration defended or other forms of reward, nor even for coverage of expenses.


Section 2 organizing the activity of judicial assistance Article 76 (1) shall be held within Unbr Department of judicial assistance coordination body with permanent activity, coordinated by a Deputy Chairman of the Unbr organizational structure of this Department shall be established by decision of the Permanent Commission of Unbr
  

(2) Department of judicial assistance coordination issue decisions and guidelines within the limits of powers conferred on it by this law, under the conditions and pursuant to the procedure provided for in the statutes of the legal profession.
  


Article 77 Department of judicial assistance coordination exercises, mainly the following duties: a methodological leadership) carrying on the business of the granting of judicial assistance;
  

(b) of the draft Regulation) framework for organising judicial support services;
  

c) propose and, where appropriate, endorse draft protocols what ends with the competent public authorities in order to obtain financial means necessary for organising judicial support services;
  

d) organizes national register of legal aid based on registers drawn up by bar associations;
  

e) organizes and coordinates the methodology for the payment of fees for legal assistance granted;
  

f) performs control over judicial assistance;
  

g) elaborate draft normative acts in the field of judicial assistance, offered by the Ministry of Justice to promote;
  

h) sets together with the Ministry of Justice, stats, track statistics of legal aid system and analyse the necessary information for the proper planning and coordination of the system of legal aid;
  

I) cooperates with the Ministry of Justice for smooth operation and planning, including in budgetary terms, the system of legal aid;
  

j) disseminate information on the legal aid system;
  

k) establishes the forms used for the organisation used by the bar associations of extra-judicial and judicial assistance, in accordance with the law;
  

l) represents the judicial assistance Unbr, within the framework of international cooperation, in accordance with the law or the Statutes of the legal profession.
  


Article 78 to organise the work of legal aid, and member of the following duties: a) organise legal aid services both at the level of each bar, as well as at the headquarters of each of the courts;
  

b) organizes and updates the legal aid register of each bar applications, approved by Bar Council;
  

c) designate attorneys enrolled in the register of legal aid for judicial assistance, taking into account the professional experience and qualification of the lawyer, as well as the nature and complexity of the case, its other designations according to the present law and the degree of his or her employment;
  

d) performs control over the granting of judicial assistance by advocates within the Bar Association;
  

e) organizes and executes programmes of dissemination of the system of legal aid;
  

(f) any other duties) shall meet as provided by law or by the framework regulation for the Organization of the judicial support services.
  


Article 79


(1) the bar organises legal aid services at the premises of all courts in the County, in spaces intended solely for the conduct of this activity, which shall be made available, compulsory and free of charge by the Ministry of Justice or, where appropriate, of local public administration authorities.
  

(2) the support services referred to in paragraph 1. (1) are run by a lawyer, appointed by the Bar Association, and is coordinated by a member of the Council. The organisation, functioning and tasks of legal aid services is performed according to the rules approved by the Bar Council, based on the framework regulation for the Organization of legal aid services, approved by the Council of Unbr
  


Article 80 (1) Each bar of legal aid Register organises in which are registered lawyers may be designated for assistance in judicial and extrajudicial assistance.
  

(2) the register shall be public, be kept on paper and in electronic form and shall be published on the website of each bar.
  

(3) the Updating of the registry's judicial support for the following calendar year shall be made by the end of September of the previous calendar year.
  

(4) in exceptional cases, in the register of legal aid and may be modified in the course of the year, according to the procedure laid down for entry in the register.
  

(5) national register of Unbr organises legal aid, the legal aid records of all bars.
  

(6) national register of legal aid shall be published on the website of Unbr and will be updated automatically with the update data from the registry of each bar.
  


Article 81 (1) for the inclusion in the register of legal aid, counsel submits an application to the bar.
  

(2) an application referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be completed according to the form approved by the Department of judicial assistance coordination within Unbr
  

(3) the inclusion in the register of lawyer legal aid shall be made in accordance with a decision of the Council of the Bar Association.
  

(4) the Bar Council may, motivated, to refuse entry in the register or to delete from the register a lawyer in the following cases: (a) the applicant's lawyer) if i was a disciplinary sanction;
  

b) if the Attorney is blamed for committing a crime of common law;
  

c) if they have found repeated violations of the provisions of this law or lower quality of judicial assistance.
  

(5) the register may be ordered for a period of one year, and if it is found committing consecutive three or more deviations from its obligations under this Act, the termination can be available for a period of up to three years.
  

(6) Refusing to bar Attorney applicant in the register, as well as measure the consequence of a lawyer from the register may be appealed according to the procedure laid down in chapter II. Vi of this law.
  

(7) the decision of the removal from the register shall be made public by display on the bar as well as on the website of Unbr
  


Article 82 (1) For legal assistance granted to the lawyer appointed shall be entitled to a fee set by the judicial organ, according to the nature and volume of work carried out within the limits of the amounts set out in the protocol concluded between the Unbr and the Ministry of Justice.
  

(2) the Act of approval of judicial assistance, the judicial organ shall determine provisional amount of the fee and the lawyer.
  

(3) After judicial assistance, the lawyer shall draw up a written report about the power of effective performance, according to the form approved by the Department of judicial assistance coordination within the Unbr the report is subject to the confirmation of the judicial organ, which, depending on the volume and complexity of the work carried out by the lawyer, as well as in relation to the duration, type and features of the case, may order the maintenance or increase in the fees established.
  

(4) the report confirmed according to para. (3) shall be forwarded to the Bar Association, to perform the formalities prescribed by law for the payment of fees.
  

(5) where the Attorney is sanctioned, according to disciplinary art. 86 para. (1) the lawyer does not receive the fee in respect of which judicial assistance has been designated for that case.
  


Article 83 (1) payment of the fee for the legal assistance granted shall be made monthly by bank transfer, on the basis of documents for settlement. 82 para. (2) approved by the Bar Council.
  

(2) the amounts needed to pay fees or, where applicable, the remuneration for judicial assistance shall be transferred on a monthly basis, in accordance with the law, in a separate account opened for each bar. The Inns of the destination of the funds transferred and thus make the object of the Unbr control, under the conditions established by the Status of the legal profession.
  


Article 84 Unbr and bar associations are working together with the Ministry of Justice, the Superior Council of Magistracy, the courts, and the public prosecutor's Office attached to them, to carry out in good condition of the granting of judicial assistance provided for in this chapter.


Article 85 (1) fees for legal assistance granted in any of the forms provided for in this chapter shall be determined by the protocol concluded between the Unbr and the Ministry of Justice, in accordance with the law.
  

(2) the funds necessary for the payment of the fees referred to in paragraph 1. (1) ensure under art. 26 para. (1) (a). the Act No.) 146/1997 concerning the judicial stamp duties, with subsequent amendments and additions.
  

(3) For recurrent expenditure necessary for the operation of the services of legal aid within the Association, of the amounts paid monthly to pay fees due for legal assistance, each bar represents a Fund through its retention of 1% of the amount of such monies, approved and actually paid. The retention percentage of 1% is due upon payment of the fee by the actual lawyer entitled.
  

(4) fees for legal assistance granted in any of the forms provided for in this chapter, at the request of the local public administration bodies, shall be paid from the funds of these organs, within the limits of the amounts fixed by the protocol concluded by each bar. In the absence of the Protocol are applicable to the limits established by the Protocol under article 13. 82 para. 1. Chapter VI reprimanding Article 86 (1) the lawyer shall be responsible for disciplinary violation of this law or the Statute, for failure to comply with mandatory decisions adopted by the governing bodies of the bar association or the Union, as well as for any acts committed in connection with the profession or outside, which are likely to damage the honor and prestige of the profession or of the institution.
  

(2) the lawyer who heads the legal assistance of every court is bound to refer the matter to the Council in writing of any facts Bar Association lawyer, under the conditions mentioned in paragraph 1. (1) and (3) the courts and the public prosecutor of the Public Prosecutor are obliged to submit any complaints made against the bar an attorney and to notify about any criminal investigation or trial started against a lawyer.
  


Article 87 (1) the investigation of the offence and the exercise of disciplinary action within the competence of the Council of the Bar Association.
  

(2) the prosecution of the offence and the exercise of disciplinary action concerning the deans Council and members of the bar Unbr are within the competence of the Council Unbr the person investigated disciplinary court or sent shall not participate in making the decision.
  

(3) the members of the Commission who are under investigation may not participate in the debate over the decision to pursue disciplinary action.
  

(4) in all cases the disciplinary action may be exercised within a maximum period of one year from the date of Commission of the offence.
  


Article 88 (1) within each bar are organized and function of discipline Commission that judges at first instance and in 3 full members, irregularities committed by lawyers from the discipline that bar.
  

(2) within the Unbr is organized and operates Central discipline Commission, who judges: he) as background, the Court in 3 full members, irregularities committed by members of the Board Unbr and deans bars;
  

b) in opposition, in full 5 members under the provisions of the status of the profession.
  

(3) an appeal against the decision of the central disciplinary Commission of discipline, that Court, is judged by the Board as constituted disciplinary court Unbr in its plenary, in addition to the individual concerned.
  

(4) against the judgments given pursuant to paragraph 1. (2) and (3) the interested party may seek review from the administrative and Tax Court of appeal.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (4) article. 88 was modified by art. 24 of law No. 76 of 24 may 2012 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 365 of 30 may 2012.

(5) Disciplinary Procedure is determined by examination of the residuals in the status of the profession and shall be supplemented by the provisions of the code of civil procedure.
  


Article 89 (1) disciplinary Sanctions are: a) reprimand;
  

b) warning;
  


c) fine from 50 to 500 lei lei, which is made at the bar budget income. Payment of the fine shall be made within 30 days from the date of final judgment whether disciplinary measures. Failure to pay within this period draws the suspension of the exercise of the profession, until payment. Disciplinary fine limits are updated regularly by the Board of Unbr, depending on the inflation rate.
  

d) prohibition to practise for a period of one month to one year;
  

e) exclusion from the profession.
  

(2) during prohibition the lawyer cannot provide legal assistance in any way, you may not make use of the quality and may not participate in the work of the bodies of the profession.
  

(3) the disciplinary decision may appeal the claimant, Dean of the Bar Association and the President of the Union, within 15 days of receipt.
  


Article 90 (1) in the case of obvious and serious misconduct, the Court may take such disciplinary measure of suspension of the lawyer profession until the final judgment of the case.
  

(2) Against the conclusion that took this measure may appeal within 5 days of receipt.
  

(3) the appeal is suspensive and execution will be resolved urgently.
  


Chapter VII Repealed-— — — — — — — — — Chapter VII, including art. 91-95 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Article 91 Repealed.
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Art. 91 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Article 92 Repealed.
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Art. 92 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Article 93 Repealed.
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Art. 93 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Article 94 Repealed.
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Art. 94 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Article 95 Repealed.
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Art. 95 was repealed by lit. b) art. 139 of the law nr. 72 of 28 April 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 342 5 may 2016.


Chapter VIII Exercise of the profession in Romania by lawyers who have obtained professional qualifications in one of the Member States of the European Union and the Eea section 1 General provisions Article 96 (1) the provisions of this chapter shall apply to attorneys who have obtained professional qualifications in one of the Member States of the European Union and the European Economic area, which is engaged in the profession in Romania : a) independently or in combination;
  

b) as salaried lawyers in Romania;
  

c) freedom to provide services.
  

(2) the provisions of this chapter are applicable and lawyers who have obtained professional qualifications in the Swiss Confederation, which shall exercise their profession on the territory of Romania in any of the ways specified in paragraph 2. (1) within the meaning of article 97 of this chapter: (a) lawyer means any person) from a Member State of the European Union or the European Economic area, which is authorized to carry on their professional activities under the relevant professional title obtained in a Member State;
  

b) home Member State shall mean the Member State of the European Union or the European Economic area, in which a lawyer has obtained the right to use one of the professional titles referred to. a), prior to practise as a lawyer in Romania;
  

c) home-country professional title of origin represents the professional title used in the Member State in which a lawyer has obtained the right to use that title before having to practise as a lawyer in Romania;
  

d) grouping ' means any entity with or without legal personality, organised according to the laws of a Member State, within which lawyers pursue their professional activities jointly under common name;
  

e) professional title from Romania represents the professional title under which a solicitor is entered into the picture of lawyers from Romania;
  

(f) the competent Romanian authority) is the structure within the Unbr, designated according to the statutes.
  


Article 98 the lawyers practising under the professional title in Romania from the home Member State may carry on the same professional activities as lawyers practising under their home-country professional title obtained in Romania, legal aid may be granted and may represent natural persons or juridical persons Romanian courts, relating to the right of the home Member State, on Community law, international law, and the right of the Romanian with the rules of procedure applicable in the courts.


Article 99 (1) Lawyers practising under the professional title in Romania in the Member State of origin shall use the name under which it carries on profession in the home Member State, expressed in the official language or one of the official languages of the Member State of origin in question.
  

(2) in addition to the designation referred to in paragraph 1. (1) the designation shall mention, along with the legal form of joint practice in Romania, and the legal structure of the group in the Member State of origin.
  

(3) the competent Authority may ask the Romanian a lawyer practising under his home-country professional title obtained in the Member State of origin shall indicate the occupational grouping in which it participates in the home Member State or the judicial authority under which it is permitted to exercise the profession, according to the law of the Member State of origin.
  

(4) the advocate who get admission to the legal profession in Romania under the conditions of art. 109 100 or is entitled to use the professional title of the Member State of origin, expressed in the official language or one of the official languages of the home Member State, alongside the professional title corresponding to the profession of lawyer in Romania.
  


Article 100 (1) regardless of the form of the exercise of the activity of the Romanian territory, lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin may at any time require recognizing, for the purpose of admission to the profession of lawyer and rapidity under the professional title of Romania.
  

(2) for the purposes of recognition of diplomas in Romania, the applicant will need to back up your choice, a test of knowledge or to carry out a traineeship of 3 years in the field.
  

(3) the Commission will establish the Unbr assessment, as well as the content and conduct of the examination or the adaptation period, as appropriate.
  

(4) application of the recognition of the diploma, in order to determine the content and progress of the exam or the period of internship, the Evaluation Commission will verify in advance whether the professional experience gained by the applicant is likely to cover in whole or in part, the differences between the Romanian law and that of the Member State of origin in which the degree was obtained with a view to partial or total exemption from the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. (2) and (5) the provisions of this article shall complement the provisions of the framework legislation on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications.
  


Article 101 (1) the competent authority and the competent Romanian authorities Member States of origin shall collaborate for the purpose of proper application of the provisions of this Act, information that is obtained under these confidential cooperation. Collaboration can be accomplished through an information system within the framework of the internal market, in accordance with the provisions of Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 49/2009 concerning the freedom of establishment of service providers and the freedom to provide services in Romania, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 68/2010.
  

(2) the competent authority of the home Member State may make observations in the context of disciplinary proceedings conducted against a lawyer practising under the professional title of that State.
  


Section 2 of the exercise of the profession on a permanent basis in Romania by lawyers who have obtained professional qualifications in one of the Member States of the European Union and the European Economic area Article 102 (1) under the terms of this section, any of the lawyers referred to in art. 97 lit. He can be held in the territory) Romania, on a permanent basis and under the professional title of the Member State of origin, the activities referred to in article. 98. (2) lawyers who regularly exercise their activity on the territory of Romania can acquire professional title either Romania under the conditions laid down in article 21. 100, either under art. 109. Article 103 (1) Lawyer who wishes to practise in Romania under the professional title of the Member State in which he obtained his professional qualification shall be entered in the special member, kept under the conditions of article 4 of the present article. 13(2). (6) and status of the profession.
  

(2) the competent Authority shall enter the applicant Romanian lawyer upon presentation of a certificate attesting to his registration with the competent authority of the Member State of origin. The competent Romanian authority shall inform the competent authority of the Member State of origin about enrollment.
  

(3) the certificate referred to in paragraph 1. (2) must be issued not more than 3 months prior to the formulation of the request for inclusion in the lawyers from Romania.
  


(4) following the publication of the names of lawyers registered in Romania, the Romanian competent authority shall publish the names of lawyers and enrolled under this section.
  


Article 104 (1) lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin shall be provided with appropriate representation in the professional associations of lawyers from Romania, according to the provisions of this law and the status of the profession; they at least have the right to participate in the election of the management organs of those associations.
  

(2) the lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin shall be responsible for ensuring professional liability, under the conditions laid down in the Statute of the legal profession, either to become members of the House of insurance Lawyers, under the conditions laid down in chapter II. VII. (3) lawyers can be exempted from the obligations provided for in paragraph 1. (2) if evidence of insurance paid or other guarantees given under the law of the home Member State, in so far as the insurance or guarantee is equivalent in terms of and conditions of coverage. If the coverage is only partial, the lawyers must take out additional insurance to cover the aspects that are not covered in warranty or assurance in time according to the rules of the Member State of origin.
  


Article 105 Lawyers enrolled in Romania under the professional title of the Member State of origin may practise as employees in any of the forms of organization of the profession, allowed for lawyers practising under their home-country professional title obtained in Romania.


Article 106 Lawyers practising under the professional title in Romania in the Member State of origin shall be subject to the same rules of professional conduct prescribed by this law and the Statute of the legal profession as lawyers practising under their home-country professional title obtained in Romania, for the work carried out in the territory of the country.


Article 107 (1) referred to in this chapter Advocates respond to disciplinary action for failure to comply with this law or its statutes, in compliance with the cap. Vi. (2) before initiating disciplinary proceedings against a lawyer practising under his home-country professional title of the Member State of origin, the competent authority shall inform the Romanian in as soon as the competent authority of the Member State of origin, by providing any useful information in question.
  

(3) the competent Authority shall cooperate with the Romanian competent authority in the home Member State throughout the conduct of disciplinary proceedings.
  

(4) temporary or permanent Withdrawal by the competent authority of the Member State of origin of the authorisation to pursue the occupation has the effect of binding the temporary or permanent ban that the lawyer in question to practice in Romania under the professional title of the Member State of origin.
  


Article 108 (1) one or more lawyers from the same group or in the same Member State practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin can practice in Romania through the establishment of a secondary establishment of the group in question in whatever form of exercise of the profession of Attorney provided by Romanian law.
  

(2) the legal profession may exercise within the forms associated with the Romanian law, saying a) several lawyers from different Member States practising under their home-country professional titles;
  

b) one or more lawyers of those referred. ) and one or more lawyers in Romania.
  

(3) the lawyer who intends to practise under his home-country professional title of the Member State of origin shall inform the competent Romanian authority that is a member of a form of exercise of the profession in the Member State of origin and provide all relevant details about the group.
  


Article 109 (1) Lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin and that they operate effectively and regularly for a period of at least 3 years in Romania, the Romanian law or Community law are admitted to the profession of lawyer in Romania, without fulfilling the conditions laid down in article 21. 100, in compliance with the provisions of this law relating to the exercise of civil and political rights and to the cases of nedemnitate and incompatibility.
  

(2) the competent Romanian authority applicants must provide evidence of the conduct of regular activity in Romania for a period of at least 3 years in the field of Romanian law or community. To this end: a) lawyers must submit all relevant information and documents concerning the number of cases in which they have been granted legal aid, as well as with respect to their nature;
  

b the competent Romanian authority) can verify the effective and regular nature of the activity carried out and the advocate may be required, if necessary, to provide clarification, in writing or verbally, with regard to the information and documents referred to in (b). a). (3) Lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin in Romania may at any time require that the diplomas to be recognised, in accordance with the provisions of art. 100 in order to obtain admission to the profession of lawyer in Romania and its exercising under thus obtained.
  

(4) the lawyers practising under the professional title of the Member State of origin and that they conducted effectively and regularly work activity in Romania for a period of at least three years, but over a shorter period in the field of Romanian law, may obtain admission to the legal profession and the right to practise under the home-country professional title Romania without the need for the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in article 21. 100, in compliance with the provisions of this law relating to the exercise of civil and political rights and in cases of incompatibility, nedemnitate and after the following procedure: (a) the competent Romanian authority) takes into account the effective and regular pursuit of the activity in the period of at least 3 years professional experience, acquired knowledge and in Romania, and any attendance at lectures and seminars about the Romanian law or ethics of the legal profession;
  

b) the applicant provides any information bar English and all relevant documentation, in particular about the causes in which he granted legal aid.
  

(5) the decision of the competent authority of the Romanian not to grant automatic enrollment where there was evidence that the requirements referred to in paragraph 1. (1) or (4) have been met will be reasoned, communicated to the applicant and the Bar Association and subject to the rights of appeal provided for in the statutes of the legal profession.
  

(6) Conduct effective and regular activity of the advocate in Romania and its ability to continuously are valued on the basis of an interview the selection board referred to in article 1. 100. (7) the competent Romanian Authority may, by a reasoned decision and subject to the rights of appeal provided for in the statutes of the legal profession, to refuse the applicant's lawyer grant professional title of lawyer in Romania, if it considers that this would prejudice the public order, as a result of disciplinary complaints, and incidents of any kind.
  

(8) Representatives are required to keep their Unbr the confidentiality of the information received on the occasion of the examination of the application for the professional title in Romania.
  


Section 3 of exercise in Romania, through the provision of services, the legal profession advocates coming from Member States of the European Union and the European Economic area Article 110 (1) under the terms of this section, the lawyers coming from the Member States of the European Union and the European Economic area may be held in Romania in professional activities that can be performed occasionally in the form of the provision of services.
  

(2) the provision of services referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be exercised in Romania through the representation of the rights and legitimate interests of individuals and legal entities in court or in front of the public authorities, in the conditions laid down for lawyers established in that State, without having to enroll in Harvard.
  

(3) to exercise other activities than those referred to in paragraph 1. (2) the lawyer shall respect the conditions and rules of professional conduct of the Member State of origin, as well as Romanian legislation relating to the profession, in particular as regards incompatibilities, professional secrecy, relations between lawyers, the prohibition on the same lawyer to represent both parties having interests contrary to advertising as well. An attorney who is not established in Romania is kept by the rules only to the extent that their observance is objectively justified to ensure the proper exercise of a lawyer's activities, the dignity of the profession and respect for the rules concerning incompatibility.
  


Article 111 (1) the competent Romanian Authority asks the lawyer providing services proof of its quality.
  

(2) in the case of non-compliance with the obligations laid down in article 21. 110. the competent Romanian authority established by statute the consequences of such non-compliance.
  

(3) in the case of non-compliance verification obligations under article 4. 110. the competent Romanian authority may require any professional information useful on the person providing services.
  

(4) the competent Authority shall inform the Romanian competent authority of their home Member States of any decision taken. The communications referred to in this paragraph shall be confidential.
  


Chapter IX transitional and final Provisions Article 112 this law will be implemented as follows:


the current governing organs) of the Lawyers Union from Romania will carry out further tasks, according to the law and the profession's status as the leading organs of the Unbr, for the entire duration of the mandate for which they were elected;
  

b) the Council shall develop draft status Unbr the profession and shall adopt no later than 90 days from the date of entry into force of this law. The status of the profession will be published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I;
  

c) new forms of Association to practise the legal profession will be held and will work only after the entry into force of the new Statute of the profession.
  


Article 113 (1) after the entry into force of the present law, natural or legal persons which have been authorised under other enactments or încuviinţate through court orders to conduct consultancy, representation or legal assistance in any areas of law, cease the activity. The continuation of such activities constitutes infringement and is punishable according to the criminal law.
  

(2) the date of entry into force of the present law shall cease as the effects of any regulatory, administrative or judicial review by which have been recognised guidance activities încuviinţate times, representation and legal assistance are contrary to the provisions of this law.
  

(3) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) and (2) do not apply to the profession of a legal adviser, who will be exercised according to the provisions of law No. 514/2003 concerning the organisation and exercise of the profession of a legal adviser, with subsequent additions.
  

(4) the councils and deans are obliged and bars aimed at performing the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (1) and (2) and to take legal measures in this regard.
  


Article 114 on the date of entry into force of this Act, the name of the Union of attorneys of Romania is replaced by the designation of the National Union of bars in Romania, in all acts URnormative.*) Note ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ *) Was art. 83, as amended by law No. 255/2004.

─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Article 115 on the date of entry into force of any provisions contrary to this law are hereby repealed. *) Note ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ *) Was art. 84, introduced by law No. 255/2004.

─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Article 116 authorisation Procedures and formalities provided for in this law may be satisfied through unique contact point in accordance with the provisions of Government Emergency Ordinance nr. 49/2009, approved with amendments and completions by law No. 68/2010. The provisions of this article shall apply from the date of the single point of contact here.

Note ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ Please note: Reproduce below provisions are not incorporated in the form of law No. republished 51/1995 and applicable, further, that the provisions of the acts modifying: 1. Art. II of law No. 201/2004 on completion of the law nr. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer: "Art. II.-(1) this law shall enter into force on the date of accession of Romania to the European Union.

(2) the provisions of the provisional arrangement proposed by the European Union concerning the restriction for a maximum period of 7 years of the freedom of movement of lawyers, apply on a reciprocal basis. "
  

2. Art. II-V of law No. 270/2010 amending and supplementing law No. 51/1995 for the Organization and exercise of the profession of lawyer: "Art. II.-(1) within 60 days after the entry into force of this law, the status of the legal profession, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I, no. 45 of 13 January 2005, with amendments and additions thereto, shall be amended according to the provisions of this law.

(2) within the period referred to in paragraph 1. (1) the Council of the National Union of bars in Romania adopted a framework regulation for the organisation of judicial support services; 68 ^ 6 *). b) of law No. 51/1995, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as those made by this law.
  

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***) Art. 68 ^ 6 became art by renumbering. 77. III.-the provisions relating to professional limited liability companies of the law nr. 51/1995, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, as well as those made by this Act, comes into force after the entry into force of amendments to the Statute of the legal profession, as referred to in art. II. IV.-the provisions of article 4. I point 7-9 also applies to examinations ongoing at the date of entry into force of this law.

Art. V.-throughout the law. 51/1995, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, the phrase «professional civil society with limited liability company» shall be replaced by the words «professional limited liability company. "

─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ ─ annexes to solicitor profession Status approved by Government decision No. 64/2011.

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