Courts of Justice Act, 1947

Duties and powers of Circuit Judges temporarily assigned to circuits.

11.—(1) Where a Circuit Judge is temporarily assigned, under section 10 of this Act, to a circuit, then, such Circuit Judge shall, while so temporarily assigned, have, in relation to such circuit and concurrently with the Circuit Judge permanently assigned thereto and any other Circuit Judge who is so temporarily assigned to such circuit, all the privileges, powers and duties for the time being conferred or imposed by law on a Circuit Judge permanently assigned to such circuit.

(2) In this section the expression “Circuit Judge” includes a person appointed under section 14 of the Act of 1936 to act as a Judge of the Circuit Court.