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Report No. 19

17. Section 4.-

No qualifications have been prescribed for appointment as Deputy. Since the Deputy may, under the Act, discharge any of the duties and exercise any of the powers of the Administrator-General, it is only proper that suitable qualifications should be prescribed. We recommend that no person shall be appointed as a Deputy unless he has for at least three years been an Advocate or an Attorney of a High Court or has for a like period been a member of the Judicial service of a State.1

1. In our Report on the Official Trustees Act we have made similar recommendations regarding the office of Deputy Official Trustee-See the 16th Report.

Administrator-Generals Act, 1913 Back

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