3 Circumstances in which office of the Judge of Supreme Court falls vacant

Question: Mention three circumstances in which the office of the Judge of the Supreme Court falls vacant.

Answer: The circumstances in which the office of the Judge of the Supreme Court falls vacant are:

(i) He can be removed on grounds of ‘Proved Misbehaviour’ or ‘Incapacity’.
(ii) A Judge may resign himself on the grounds of health or may retire from his office.


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