The Advocate General
- The Advocate General is the first law officer of a State.
- His office and functions are comparable to that of the Attorney General of India.
- Appointed by the Governor and holds the office during his pleasure.
- His remunerations are also determined by the Governor.
- To be appointed to the office of the Advocate-General, he/she must be qualified to be a Judge of the High Court.
- He has the right to attend and speak in the proceedings of either Houses of the State Legislature without any right to vote.
- He has the right of audience in any Court in the State.