(PROMULGATED BY AN ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE, DATED SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1912; AMENDED BY MINISTERIAL ORDER No. 363, DATED NOVEMBER 27TH, 1917)
Article 1. A person who applies for registration shall conform to the procedure prescribed in Articles 6, 9 and 10 of the Revised Provisional Regulations governing Lawyers.
The same rule shall apply to an application to cancel a registration or to register again.
Article 2. When a High Court receives an application for registration, it shall make investigations about the matters referred to in Articles 2 to 4 and 13 and 14 of the Revised Provisional Regulations governing Lawyers, and make a report, together with a statement of opinion, to the Minister of Justice.
Article 3. Registration of a lawyer shall be effected by the High Court under an order of the Minister of Justice.
The same rule shall apply to an application to cancel a registration, a report of death from the president of a bar association, or a cancellation of a registration upon the happening of any of the events mentioned in Article 4 of the Revised Provisional Regulations governing Lawyers or upon notification from the court which accepted the case.