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Report No. 58

Conclusion-no change needed

5.45. The matter appears to be one which can be left to the discretion of the High Courts-a discretion which, as we have stated above,1 is generally exercised on the broad principles already indicated. It would, we think, be inappropriate to introduce any provisions on this point in the Constitution.

1. Para. 5.44, supra.

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