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Judges of Appeal, Attorney and Registrar

Judges of Appeal

However a "judge of appeal" is a judge that who is appointed to the Court of Appeal.

Attorney - General

Conversely the Office of Attorney - General is constituted through S.26 (1) of the constitution that provides as "there shall be an Attorney - General whose office shall be subsist an office in the public service".  Whereas in S.26 (2) of the constitution provides such as "shall be the principal legal advisor to Government of US".  Hence it is interesting to note that the constitution does not prescribe the qualifications to appointment as like Attorney -General.

Registrar of the High Court

Further the Registrar of the High Court of the High Court is the administrative head.  Where he is assisted in his duties with the Deputy Registrar of the High Court.

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