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Report No. 77

9.14. Designation.-

One difficulty which may be experienced in having retired judicial officers known for their integrity, efficiency and quickness is that such judicial officers would normally retire after becoming district and sessions judges. They would, at least on that account, be reluctant to act as munsiffs or subordinate judges or magistrates. To get over this difficulty, we might give them special designation like Special Judge (Civil) or Special Judge (Criminal).

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