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|64. Establishment of Court of Appeal.|
|Oaths to be taken by judges of High Court.||Establishment of other courts.|
|Establishment of Court of Appeal. 13 of 1977, s. 2, 7 of 1984, s. 3.||
64. (1) There shall be a Court of Appeal which shall be a superior court of record, and which shall have such jurisdiction and powers in relation to appeals from the High Court as may be conferred on it by law.
(2) The judges of the Court of Appeal shall be the Chief Justice and such number, not being less than two, of other judges (herein referred to as judges of appeal) as may be prescribed by Parliament.
(3) The foregoing provisions of this Part shall apply in respect of the judges of appeal as they apply to puisne judges.
(4) Where a puisne judge has been appointed as a judge of appeal he may continue to exercise the functions of a puisne judge to enable him to complete proceedings in the High Court that were commenced before him prior to his being so appointed.