Category: Judicial Service

Role of High Courts in matter of State Judicial Services

High Court’s control over the subordinate judiciary is comprehensive and extends over a variety of matters, including posting, promotion and grant of leave. The three words, namely, “posting”, “promotion” and “grant of leave”, used in this Article, are only illustrative in character and do not limit the extent of control exercised by the High Court over the officers of the subordinate judiciary.

WEST BENGAL JUDICIAL (CONDITION OF SERVICE RULES) 2004

the State of West Bengal

In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution and in supersession of all previous notifications on the subject matter, the Governor, in consultation with the High Court at Cakcutta under article 233 of the Constitution or, as the case may be, in consultation with the Public Service Commission, West Bengal and the High Court at Calcutta under Article 234 of the Constitution, is pleased hereby to make the following rules

DELHI HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE RULES, 1970

No.F.1(1)/70-JUDICIAL (I):- In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution read with the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affair’s Notification No.1/2/70/DH(S), dated the 29th May, 1970 as amended by Notification No.F.1/2/70-DH(S), dated the 25th July, 1970 and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi in consultation with the High Court of Delhi is pleased to make the following rules