THE Law Society said yesterday it still believed the 1991 Sino-British Joint Liaison Group agreement on the Court of Final Appeal breached the Basic Law. But, society president Roderick Woo Bun said the body had not yet decided whether to support or reject the controversial draft bill on the court, which limits the number of overseas judges on the five-member panel to one. The Government is consulting the Bar Association and the society on the bill. Mr Woo said after a three-hour Law Society council meeting that it had been decided to consult all 3,900 society members on the decision. A forum will be held on Thursday to seek members' views, but it is understood an extraordinary general meeting is unlikely to be held to finalise the profession's position. Mr Woo said the council would meet again to consider the views expressed at the forum and would decided how the matter could be taken forward. The council would not necessarily make its decision based on the views of the members, Mr Woo said. A proposal prepared by the seven-member ad hoc working group will be distributed to lawyers this week as a reference for consultation.