Power of Superintendence: The High Court enjoys the power of Superintendent over all Courts within their territorial jurisdiction. In this regard, the High Court exercises the following powers:
(i) Detailed report as the working of the Courts can be called for.
(ii) Rules can be formed for regulating the practice and proceeding of the Courts.
(iii) The appointment, posting, and promotion of District Judges shall be made by the Governor in consultation with the High Court.
(iv) The High Court can prescribe the form in which book, entries, and account shall be kept by the Court.
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