Judicial and legislative function of chief justice, Business Law and Ethics

Judicial and Legislative Function of Chief Justice

Judicial Function

However a judge of the High Court and the court of Appeal he participates in the adjudicatory process.

Legislative Function

Conversely the chief justice exercises delegated legislative power. Thus he is empowered to make law to facilitate of Justice for the administration. Whether in the Kadhi's Court Act, there would the Judicature Act and the Magistrate Court Act such that he is empowered to make rules of justice in subordinate courts to regulate administration.

However under sec 84 of the constitution whether he is empowered to make rules of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual to facilitate the enforcement.

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