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Duty Lawyer Scheme > Hawkers appeal

Hawkers appealing to the Municipal Services Appeals Board against the decision of not issuing hawker license to them are entitled to apply for Duty Lawyer representation at the hearing of the appeal before the Board.

Whenever an appeal is set down for hearing, the Board will inform and send the case file to the Duty Lawyer Service. The Service will contact the appellant offering its service. Duty Lawyer will be assigned to represent the appellant at the hearing of the appeal.

Applicants are subject to means test and payment of a fixed handling charge of $640.
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