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Part VIII.-

Ministerial Officers.

38. Appointment, &c., of ministerial officers.-

All ministerial officers of the Civil Courts in each District shall be appointed, and may be fined, suspended or dismissed by the District Judge, subject to such rules as the High Court may from time to time prescribe: Provided that the Judge of every Subordinate Court may, subject to the like rules, appoint the ministerial officers of such Court, whose salaries do not exceed rupees ten per mensem, and may by order find, suspend or dismiss any ministerial officer of such Court who is guilty of any misconduct or neglect in the performance of the duties of his office. Every such order shall be subject to appeal to the District Judge; and the roles for the time being applicable to appeals to the Court of Session from orders of the Criminal Courts subordinate thereto, shall apply to all appeals under this section. Nothing in this section shall exempt the offender from any penal or other consequences to which he may be liable under any other law in force for the time being.



Bombay Civil Courts' Act, 1869 Back




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