50. A member of the bar of another province or a territory of Canada may be admitted to the Bar as a practising advocate on the following conditions:
(a) that he is a Canadian citizen;
(b) that he has practised the profession in Canada for at least three consecutive years;
(c) that he has passed an examination on those matters that are under provincial jurisdiction or, at the option of the candidate, that he has successfully undergone the professional training referred to in paragraph d of section 43;
(d) that he has paid the admission dues;
(e) (paragraph repealed);
(f) (paragraph repealed).
The member so admitted may be entered on the Roll only after making the oaths of allegiance and office prescribed by the Act and the by-laws and paying the exigible contributions.
1966-67, c. 77, s. 52; 1973, c. 44, s. 23; 1977, c. 66, s. 18; 1990, c. 54, s. 27.