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LPALasting Power of Attorney (legal document)
LPALocally Preferred Alternative
LPALow Pressure Area (meterology)
LPALOT Polish Airlines (Poland)
LPALegal Profession Act (various locations)
LPALysophosphatidic Acid
LPALakhs per Annum (India)
LPALocal Public Agency (various locations)
LPALocal Planning Authority
LPALandlord Protection Agency
LPALong Period Average (rainfall)
LPALincoln Park Academy (Florida)
LPALegislative and Public Affairs
LPALat Physics Acquisition
LPALicense Purchase Analysis
LPALow Privilege Account
LPAApolipoprotein (A)
LPALocal Public Administration
LPALocal Public Authority (various locations)
LPALake Park Audubon (Lake Park, MN)
LPALink Pack Area
LPALegal Professional Association (Ohio)
LPALocal Planning Agency
LPALeft Pulmonary Artery
LPALittle People of America, Inc.
LPALaw of Property Act (UK)
LPAAmphibious Transport (US Navy ship type)
LPALegislative Post Audit (Kansas)
LPALicensed Psychological Associate
LPALight Pollution Abatement (Royal Astronomical Society of Canada)
LPALinear Power Amplifier
LPALicensed Public Accountant
LPALimited Partnership Agreement
LPALeveraged Procurement Agreement (California)
LPALighting Power Allowance (Washington)
LPAlow phytic acid
LPALes Petites Affiches (French law journal)
LPALog Periodic Antenna
LPALease Purchase Agreement
LPALabor Policy Association
LPALearning Point Associates
LPALayered Process Audit (Daimlerchrysler)
LPALarge Particle Ash (energy)
LPALaboratory Products Association
LPALancashire Police Authority (UK)
LPALow Pressure Air
LPALiterature/Performing Arts (various schools)
LPALinear Processor Array
LPAOffice of Legislative and Public Affairs (also seen as OLPA)
LPALabor Protection Act of 1998 (Thailand)
LPALocal Program Administrator
LPAGran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain - Aeropuerto De Gran Canaria (Airport Code)
LPALouisiana Psychological Association
LPALome Peace Accord (Sierra Leone)
LPALa Prensa Asociada (Spanish: The Associated Press)
LPALog Periodic Array
LPALanguage Proficiency Assessment
LPALicensing Program Analyst
LPALow Power Amplifier
LPALow Profile Antenna
LPALitres of Pure Alcohol
LPALower-Order Path Adaptation
LPALoop-Back Acknowledgement
LPALoss Prevention Association of India, Ltd.
LPALiquid Pressure Amplifier
LPALegal Purchase Age (various organizations)
LPALouisiana Partnership for the Arts (Winnsboro, LA)
LPALicensed Practicing Attorney
LPALeather Producers Association
LPALighthouse Point Academy (North Broward Preparatory Schools)
LPALas Perlas Archipelago
LPALife Preserver Assembly
LPALocal Property Administrator
LPALittoral Penetration Area
LPALocal Pay Additions
LPALabour Party of Albania (aka: PPSh)
LPALieutenant Protection Association
LPALiquid Phase Analysis
LPAList of Parts Affected
LPALogo Patch Antenna
LPALibrary Public Awareness (Canada)
LPALinearized Propagator Approximation
LPALuna Preservation Society (Tugboat Luna, Brookline, Massachusetts)
LPALocal Product Agent (Imagery Product Library)
LPALightning Protection Assembly
LPALow Profile, Rapidly Deployable AM Transmit Antenna System (US DoD)
LPALogistics Pipeline Analysis
LPALimited Production Availability
LPALanguage Plan of Action
LPALow Pass Amplifier
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'For Members of the Bar, touting amounts to professional misconduct by virtue of Section 94(3)(h) of the Legal Profession Act 1976 and Rule 51 of the Legal Profession (Practice and Etiquette) Rules 1978,' he said, adding the Bar member can be subject to disciplinary action, which may result in various sanctions, including he/she being suspended or struck off the Roll.
14, Legal Profession Act, 2017, replaced and modernized the previous version of the act regulating the legal profession.
A criminal complaint was filed with the ystanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office against the officers who raided E[currency]imE-ek's office and those who gave the order for this raid on charges of violating the Legal Profession Act, violating the immunity of private property and engaging in malpractice.
An examination of how complaints are classified under the Legal Profession Act 2004 (Vic) ('LPA') and recent complaints data reveals that disciplinary action is focused on the most serious ethical violations while complainants who report some of the most common allegations often do not have their concerns addressed.
In a 15-page statement, Yamauchi concluded, "Having considered all the arguments presented, the Court can come to no other conclusion but that under the current circumstances the proposed participation of Tooks barrister, beyond the supporting role conceded by the Law Society and (provincial government and Attorney General of Canada), are prohibited by (the Legal Profession Act) ...
Sections 3.2.4 and 3.2.5 of the Legal Profession Act 2004 (Vic) prohibit '[c]ompulsory clerking' and '[c]ompulsory chambers'.
The commissioners, however, believe otherwise and in their report recommended that actions be taken against those involved, including charges of sedition, corruption, breaching the Legal Profession Act and the Official Secrets Act among others.
The NSW Legal Profession Act was amended to permit Solicitors and Barristers to form multi-disciplinary partnerships with persons who are not legal practitioners, subject to the Solicitors Rules.
While this is still the case in the majority of Australian states, the relevant legislation in New South Wales, the Legal Profession Act 1987, was amended with effect from 1 July 1994 to make multidisciplinary partnerships (MDPs) possible, at least in theory, for the first time.
According to Muhammad Rafique, the Malaysian Bar president 'only makes statements on behalf of the Bar' when it involves matters in relation to Section 42 of the Legal Profession Act.
With an amendment in Legal Profession Act in April, a great convenience provided for law offices.