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IND. 1 INDIA Judiciary at all levels performs sovereign functions and is superior in status to and a class separate from the administrative executive- therefore entitled to claim conditions of service commensurate with its status. HEADNOTES Facts In a judgment delivered by the Supreme Court in the above writ petition on I3 November 1991, the Court gave specific directions to the Governments concerned to improve the service conditions of the members of the subordinate judiciary in the country as regards the following matters. 1. uniformity in the judicial cadres in the different States and Union territories; 2. an appropriate enhanced uniform age of retirement of judicial officers through- out the country; 3. uniform pay scales as far as possible; 4. residential accommodation for judicial officers; 5. transport facilities and conveyance allowance; 6. adequate perquisites by way of library allowance, residential office allowance and expenses allowance 7. provision for in-service training; The administration of justice and organisation of Courts had been a provincial (State) subject under the Government of India Act, 1935 and the same scheme was adopted by the Constitution of India by listing, in Entry 3 of List II of the Seventh Schedule, the administration of justice, and the Constitution http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Labour Law Reports Online Brill

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Brill
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Copyright 1992 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0168-6526
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2211-6028
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10.1163/221160293X00068
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Abstract

Judiciary at all levels performs sovereign functions and is superior in status to and a class separate from the administrative executive- therefore entitled to claim conditions of service commensurate with its status. HEADNOTES Facts In a judgment delivered by the Supreme Court in the above writ petition on I3 November 1991, the Court gave specific directions to the Governments concerned to improve the service conditions of the members of the subordinate judiciary in the country as regards the following matters. 1. uniformity in the judicial cadres in the different States and Union territories; 2. an appropriate enhanced uniform age of retirement of judicial officers through- out the country; 3. uniform pay scales as far as possible; 4. residential accommodation for judicial officers; 5. transport facilities and conveyance allowance; 6. adequate perquisites by way of library allowance, residential office allowance and expenses allowance 7. provision for in-service training; The administration of justice and organisation of Courts had been a provincial (State) subject under the Government of India Act, 1935 and the same scheme was adopted by the Constitution of India by listing, in Entry 3 of List II of the Seventh Schedule, the administration of justice, and the Constitution

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International Labour Law Reports OnlineBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1992

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