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Report No. 45

27. Difference of opinion among the Judges in the High Court Bench.-

Fourthly, when there has been a difference of opinion among the Judges of the High Court Bench on a question of law, and the usual avenues of settling the differences within the High Court have been exhausted, there may, amongst the Judges, survive an impression that the question is one of such difficulty that it ought to be allowed to be submitted for decision by a yet higher tribunal.

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