The Courts of Justice Act, 1924

Judges to have jurisdiction to hear all cases, but no judge to hear appeal from order made by himself.

24.—Each judge of the High Court and the Supreme Court(including the Chief Justice) shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine any case whether civil or criminal, in equity, or at common law, or under statute: Provided always that no judge shall sit upon the hearing of an appeal in an action tried before him whether with or without a jury, or upon an appeal from a judgment or order made by him or to which he was a party whether concurring or dissenting.