Courts of Justice Act, 1928

Additional Judges of the Circuit Court.

9.—(1) So much of section 37 of the Principal Act as limits the number of the Judges of the Circuit Court shall cease to have effect and in lieu thereof it is hereby enacted that the Circuit Court shall consist of not more than ten Judges.

(2) A Judge of the Circuit Court (but not more than two such Judges at any one time) may, in lieu of being permanently assigned to a particular Circuit, be temporarily assigned by the Minister from time to time as occasion requires to any Circuit as an additional Judge for such Circuit and every such Judge shall, while so assigned to a Circuit, have in relation to such Circuit and concurrently with the Judge permanently assigned to such Circuit all the privileges, powers and duties for the time being conferred or imposed by law on the Judge assigned to such Circuit