ARTICLE 219, 220, 221 OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 1949

What is Oath or affirmation by Judges of High Courts? What is the Restriction on practice after being a permanent Judge? What are the provisions regarding Salaries etc., of Judges? Article 219, 220 and 221 of Constitution of India, 1949

Oath or affirmation by Judges of High Courts, Restriction on practice after being a permanent Judge and Salaries etc., of Judges are defined under Article 219, 220 and 221 of Constitution of India 1949. Provisions under this Article are:

 

 

Article 219 of Constitution of India "Oath or affirmation by Judges of High Courts"

Every person appointed to be a Judge of a High Court shall, before he enters upon his office, make and subscribe before the Governor of the State, or some person appointed in that behalf by him, an oath or affirmation according to the form set out for the purpose in the Third Schedule.

Article 220 of Constitution of India "Restriction on practice after being a permanent Judge"
No person who, after the commencement of this Constitution , has held office as a permanent Judge of a High Court shall plead or act in any court or before any authority in India except the Supreme Court and the other High Courts.

Explanation.- In this article, the expression "High Court" does not include a High Court for a State specified in Part B of the First Schedule as it existed before the commencement of the Constitution (seventh Amendment) Act, 1956.

Article 221 of Constitution of India "Salaries etc., of Judges"

(1) There shall be paid to the Judges of each High Court such salaries as may be determined by Parliament by law and, until provision in that behalf is so made, such salaries as are specified in the Second Schedule.

(2) Every Judge shall be entitled to such allowances and to such rights in respect of leave of absence and pension as may from time to time be determined by or under law made by Parliament and, until so determined, to such allowances and rights as are specified in the Second Schedule:

Provided that neither the allowances of a Judge nor his rights in respect of leave of absence shall be varied to his disadvantage after his appointment.

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