Advocate General of State -
He is qualified to be appointed as a judge of High Court.
2) Appointment -
He is appointed by the Governor of the State.
He hold the office during the pleasure of Governor.
As may be determined by Governor.
5) Duties and Powers -
A) He gives advice to State Government upon such legal matters may be referred to him or assigned to him by Governor. from time to time.
B) He also discharges the functions which are conferred on him under the constitution or any other law.
C) He is required to appear on behalf of the state government in all cases in the Supreme Court and High Courts in which state government concerned.
D) He is required to appear on behalf of the state government in all the cases, in all the courts in India which a state government is concerned.
6) Rights and Privileges
A) He has right to audience in all the courts in the state.
B) He has right to take part in the proceeding or Legislature or any other committee of the Legislature. He is named as member of the house but does not have right to vote .Article. 177 of constitution.
C) He enjoys all the privileges which are available to the members of Legislature...
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