Judges (Leave Pension and Privileges) (Amendment) Order 1987

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JUDGES (LEAVE, PENSION AND PRIVILEGES)

(AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1987

PRESIDENT'S ORDER 3 OF 1987

[Gazette of Pakistan, Extraordinary, Part I, 6th December, 1987]

No. F. 17(2)/87-Pub., dated 6-12-1987.------ The following Order made by the President on 6th December, 1987 is hereby published for general information:-

Whereas it is expedient further to amend the Supreme Court Judges (Leave, Pension and Privileges) Order, 1968 (P.O. No. 1 of 1968), and the High Court Judges (Leave, Pension and Privileges) Order, 1970 (P.O. No.9 of 1970), for the purposes hereinafter appearing;

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by the Fifth Schedule to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the President is pleased to make the following Order:-

1. Short title and commencement.---- (1) This Order may be called the Judges (Leave, Pension and Privileges) (Amendment) Order, 1987.

(2) It shall come into force at once and shall be deemed to have taken effect on the first day of July, 1987.

2. Amendment of P.O. No. 1 of 1968.------ In the Supreme Court Judges (Leave, Pension and Privileges) Order, 1968 (P.O. No. 1 of 1968), after paragraph 22BBB, the following new paragraph shall be inserted, namely:--

22BBBB. Cost of living allowance.----- A Judge shall be entitled to be paid monthly a cost of living allowance amounting to two thousand rupees in the case of the Chief Justice and two thousand and one hundred rupees in the case of every other Judge.

Explanation.----- For the purposes of this paragraph, "Chief Justice" includes "Acting Chief Justice".

3. Amendment of P.O. No. 9 of 1970.----- In the High Court Judges (Leave, Pension and Privileges) Order, 1970 (P.O. No. 9 of 1970), after paragraph 22BBB, the following new paragraph shall be inserted, namely: -

"22BBBB. Cost of living allowance.------ A Judge shall be entitled to be paid monthly a cost of living allowance amounting to two thousand and two hundred rupees in the case of the Chief Justice and one thousand and nine hundred rupees in the case of every other Judge.

Explanation.---- For the purposes of this paragraph, "Chief Justice" includes "Acting Chief Justice".

4. Cost of living allowance to cease to be admissible on revision of salaries of Judges. ----The cost of living allowance provided for in this Order shall cease to be admissible on the day on which an amendment of the Fifth Schedule to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to revise the salaries payable to the Judges of Supreme Court and the High Courts comes into force.

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