members not authorised
What reserved legal activities am I not authorised to carry on as a member?
If you are not a Fellow, you may not administer oaths.
If you are not employed by an authorised person, or have not got additional practice rights for reserved or regulated activities, you must not:
- conduct litigation;
- exercise a right of audience;
- carry out conveyancing;
- carry out probate activities (confined to preparing the probate application and applying for the grant or letters of administration); or
- carry out notarial activities.
It is important to recognise that if you are employed by an authorised person other than a solicitor, you must only carry out the activities which that authorised person is entitled to carry out.
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