The Suva lawyer Rajendra Chaudhry is to present his submission to the Constitution Commission tomorrow after his office was closed down by the regime two days ago.
Chaudhry was found guilty of breaching two counts of misconduct recently and was suspended from practising for five years.
He was supposed to have until October the 21st to wrap up all of his business but his Suva office was shut down early Wednesday morning.
Sources say about 10 staff members were around as police locked up the office.
Rajendra Chaudhry, the son of Fiji Labour Party leader, Mahendra Chaudry, was also told that same day that he would not be able to make his submissions to the Constitution Commission on Saturday even though he booked a time prior.
The regime however later changed its mind and he will be heard by the Yash Ghai team tomorrow after all.
His appeal and stay was supposed to be heard yesterday but Paul Madigan instead ordered his office be shut immediately.
Sources also say the illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, is very sick in Suva Private Hospital. He is reported to have body aches and multiple complications and according to some sources has kidney problems.
A team of doctors was said to be working on him yesterday which is why he missed the function of the unveiling the new-look Air Fiji on Tuesday night.
Sources say there has been talk of getting him to India for treatment.
Reports of Khaiyum's illness first surfaced more than a week ago.