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Gathered from the various sources here are the definitions of different terms for the person who is related to law in a way or more.
Lawyer is a person who has completed his bachelors degree in law (LLB) but has not registered his name with any bar council in India.
Advocate is a person who has not only completed his law degree but also got his registration done with the bar council and are governed by the Advocates Act, 1961. Thus, advocate is a person who can represent you in a legal dispute before the appropriate court.
Pleader includes any person other than one authorised by law to practice in a court if he is appointed with the permission of the court, to act in a particular proceeding (under section 32 of Advocates Act of India, 1961).
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