—(1) This section shall apply to every person who applies to be admitted as an advocate and solicitor by virtue of section 15(2).
(2) An application for admission by such person shall be made to the court by originating summons supported by an affidavit referred to in subsection (4).
(3) The applicant shall file his application in the Registrar’s office not less than one month before it is to be heard.
(4) The affidavit supporting the application shall exhibit —
a true copy of the order of court admitting and enrolling the applicant as a Malayan practitioner;
a certificate issued by another Malayan practitioner who shall be of not less than 7 years’ standing that to his personal knowledge the applicant has been in active practice in West Malaysia for a continuous period of not less than 3 years in the 4 years immediately preceding the application; and
a recent certificate issued by the secretary or other officer of the body charged with responsibility for investigating allegations of professional misconduct or breaches of professional discipline in those parts of Malaysia where the applicant has practised that at the date of the certificate no disciplinary proceedings are pending or contemplated against the applicant and that his professional conduct is not under investigation.
(5) The affidavit and certificates referred to in this section shall be in the form prescribed by the Board.