I have been asked to pay the fees for an AOR (Advocate on Record) during a case pending in the Supreme court.Is this different than an Advocate of the Supreme Court?

Advocate of five years standing in Supreme Court shall be qualified to be registered as Advocate on Record on making application in this behalf. Provisions relating to enrollment of advocates contained in Supreme Court Rules shall mutatis mutandis apply to registration of Advocates on Record. No advocate other than Advocate on Record shall be entitled to act for party in any proceedings in Court regarding procedural matters.During the actual proceedings it is the Advocates of the Supreme Court and not Advocates on Record (AORs) that appear and plead on behalf of a party.

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