Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Nitish Kashyap March 26, 2018 9:56 pm Change Font Size The Bombay Bar Association (BBA) has formed a trust for providing financial support and assistance to advocates and their families who need it. At the sesquicentenary celebrations of the bar association, BBA president Milind Sathe had announced that the contributions received from members will be used for welfare activities. BBA secretary Birendra Saraf published the scheme on March 5 and invited applications from members for the welfare activities. Benefits The scheme puts a maximum yearly income cap of Rs. 4 lakh for members or individuals to be eligible. Following are the benefits divided in 4 different categories: Category 1 (a) Medical expenses of members / individual practicing lawyers in the Bombay High Court & other Courts or Tribunals in Mumbai having minimum practice of 3 years; (b) Medical assistance in terms of hospitalization expenses for family members, i.e. wife, children, dependent parents and un-married brothers and sisters. Category 2 (c) Scholarship and/or expenses for attending events related to law study for law students studying in Law Schools; Category 3 (d) Donation/ financial aid to any person or NGO or state agency for the… Read full this story
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