Original Disciplinary Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (summarised and explained without leaving out the important points.) 2


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Good evening, how did your day go? Thanks a bunch for reading the Original Disciplinary Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (summarised and explained without leaving out the important points.) I really hope it helped, and if you have not, please do and I really hope you will drop your comments(*smile*).

  Without wasting much time, let us complete this topic today and do justice to it in our exams, but I need you to promise me to drop your comment after reading…thanks!
Section 13(1) of the Legal Practitioners Act provides for the original disciplinary jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. The SC can punish an alleged person whose name is on the roll of SC after allowing such person fair hearing either by himself or through a representative. According to this section and as earlier discussed, the SC can only exercise original disciplinary jurisdiction in matters of infamous conduct in any…

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