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Interpretation of Constitution - High Court

After then under Section 67(1) of the Constitution gives that whether any question as to the interpretation of the constitution arises in whichever proceedings in any subordinate court, and the court is of the opinion in which the question involves a substantial question of law and court may, and shall whether any party to the proceedings so requests, refer the question to the High Court.  Further to rationale of determining the question referred then it shall be composed of an uneven number of judges where not being less than three.

However the decision of High Court binds the Court which referred the question to the High Court and so ever it must dispose the case in accordance into High Court's decision.

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