(ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE. NO. 1186, DATED DECEMBER 24TH, 1920; AMENDED BY ORDER NO. 155, DATED FEBRUARY 25TH, 1922)
Article 1. A national of a non-extraterritorial power who has been a judge in his own country or has obtained a lawyer's certificate and practised law there may be permitted to acquire a lawyer's certificate; provided that he has been subjected to an investigation by the Ministry of Justice and been considered competent.
If a person applies for a lawyer's certificate, he shall hand the proof of his qualification and all other necessary documents to a High Procuratorate to be forwarded to the Ministry of Justice for examination.
Article 2. After a national of a non-extraterritorial power has obtained the lawyer's certificate referred to in the preceding article, been registered according to law, and been admitted to the bar association, he may appear in a court to exercise his functions.____________________