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2. Grounds


1) Deceit

2) Malpractice

3) Gross misconduct in office

4) Grossly immoral conduct

5) Conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude

6) Violation of the lawyers oath

7) Willful disobedience of any lawful order of a superior court

8) Corruptly or willfully appearing as a lawyer for a party to a case without authority so to do. (Section 27, Rule 138, Rules of ourt; See also Madria v. Rivera, A.C. No. 11256, 07 March 2017)

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