High Court Judges (Traveling Allowance) (Amendment) Order, 1997


WHEREAS it is expedient further to amend the High Court Judges (Traveling Allowance) Order, 1967 (P.O. No. 4 of 1965), for the purposes hereinafter appearing

AND WHEREAS paragraph 2 of the Fifth Schedule to the Constitution relating to the High Court provides that every Judge of a High Court shall be entitled to such privileges and allowances, and to such rights in respect of leave of absence and pension, as may be determine by the President:—

NOW, THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid paragraph, the President, is pleased to make the following Order, namely:—

1. Short title and commencement.(1) This Order may be called the High Court Judges (Traveling Allowance) (Amendment) Order, 1997.

(2) lt shall come into force at on.

2. Amendment of paragraph 11, P. O. No. 4 of 1965. In the said Order, in paragraph 11, in sub-paragraph (1),—

(a) for the words “two hundred and eighty the words “three hundred and eighty” shall be substitute; and

(b) in the proviso, for the words “three hundred and thirty” the words “four hundred and forty” shall be substituted.

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