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Qualifications of Judge

Hence for qualify to appointment as a judge of the High Court a person must either be as;

  1. An advocate of the High Court or may
  2. Have been or be a judge of a court by unlimited jurisdiction in the civil and criminal matters in some part of the common Wealth or the Republic of Ireland.
  3. Have been or be a judge of a court with jurisdiction to hear appeals from the court through unlimited jurisdiction in criminal and civil matters in some part of common Wealth or the Republic of Ireland.

However under in section 63 of the Constitution a judge must take and subscribe the oath of allegiance and any oath as might be prescribed through Parliament, before taking duties.  So now all judges retire on the age of 74 and enjoy some security of office of tenure.

Therefore under the Constitution a judge only could be removed from office on the ground of as;          

  1. Misbehaviour or, may by
  2. Inability for discharge the functions of his office.

Moreover provided a tribunal appointed through the President has investigated the allegations like a mere of fact and recommended such the judge is suspended from office, although such suspension ceases to have any effect whether the tribunal recommends the judge to remain in office. Further the suspension becomes permanent whether the tribunal recommends such the judge be removed from the office.

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