Court of appeal - establishment and composition, Business Law and Ethics

Court of Appeal - Establishment and Composition

Establishment

Therefore the Court of Appeal was established on date 28th October in year 1977 through Section 64(1) of the constitution that states in which 'there shall be a Court of Appeal that shall be a superior court of record'.

Composition

However S.64 (2) of the Constitution states like 'the judges of the Court of Appeal shall be the Chief Justice and such digit not being less than two and of the judges of appeal ... as may be prearranged by Parliament'.  The Judicature Act, 1967, s.7 (2), as amended through the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act, 1986 giving that the digit of judges of appeal shall be eight.

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