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SUPREME COURT PART-S ARTICLE -124 -147
Tenure Of Judges The Constitution has not fixed the tenure of a judge of the Supreme Court. He holds office until he attains the age of 65 years He can resign his office by writing to the President. He can be removed from his office by the President on the recommendation of the Parliament.
Removal Of Judges A judge of the Supreme Court can be removed from his Office by an order of the president. The President can issue the removal order only after an address by Parliament has been presented to him in the same session for such removal . The address must be supported by a special majority of each House of Parliament (ie, a majority of the total membership of that House and a majority of not less than two-thirds of the members of that House present and voting). The grounds of removal are two proved misbehaviour or incapacity
Procedure of Removal of Judge of Supreme Court A removal motion signed by 100 members (in the case of Lok Sabha) or 50 members (in the case of Rajya Sabha) is to be given to the Speaker/Chairman The Speaker/Chairman may admit the motion or refuse to admit it. If it is admitted, then the Speaker/Chairman is to constitute a three member committee to investigate into the charges. 4 The committee should consist of (a) the chief justice or a judge of the Supreme Court, (b) a chief justice of a high court, and (c) a distinguished jurist.
If the committee finds the judge to be guilty of misbehaviour or suffering from an incapacity, the House can take up the consideration of the motion. 5. 6. After the motion is passed by each House of Parliament by special majority, an address is presented to the president for removal of the judge. Finally, the president passes an order removing the judge 7.
Jurisdiction and powers of Supreme Court guarantor of the fundamental rights of the citizens. Further, it . It is the final interpreter and guardian of the Constitution and has advisory and supervisory powers. . The Jurisdiction and powers of the Supreme Court can be classified into the following: Original Jurisdiction 2. Writ Jurisdiction 3. Appellate Jurisdiction 4. Advisory Jurisdiction 5. A Court of Record 6. Power of Judicial Review. 7. Other Powers 4
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