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17. ['Subordination of Judicial Magistrates and Benches to Sessions Judge.

  1. All Judicial Magistrates appointed under sections 12 and 14 and all Benches constituted under section 15 shall be subordinate to the Sessions Judge, and he may from time to time, make rules or give special orders consistent with this Code and any rules framed by the Provincial Government under section 16, as to the distribution of business among such Magistrates and Benches,

 

  1. Subordination of Executive Magistrates to District Magistrate. All Executive Magistrates appointed under section i3[i2] 13 and 14 shall be subordinate to the District Magistrate and he may, from time to time, make rules or give special orders consistent with this Code and any rules framed by the Provincial Government under section 16, as to the distribution of business among such Magistrates.

 

(2-A) Subordination of Executive Magistrates to Sub-Divisional Magistrate.-Every Executive Magistrate (other than a Sub-Divisional Magistrate) in a sub-Division shall also be subordinate to the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, subject, however, to the general control of the District Magistrate',]

 

  1. Subordination of Assistant Sessions Judges to Sessions Judge. All Assistant Judges shall be subordinate to the Session Judge in whose Court they exercise jurisdiction, and he may, from time to time, make rules consistent with his Code as to the distribution of business among such, Assistant Sessions Judges.

 

  1. The Session Judge may also when he himself is unavoidably absent or incapable of acting, make provision for the disposal of any urgent application by an Additional or Assistant Sessions Judge ...... and such Judge . .. . shall have jurisdiction to deal with any such application.

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