15 May 2019
Orders passed by a Court which have not been signed by the Judge and which have been ordered to be drawn up; and all orders passed by the Registrar-General and ordered to be drawn up, shall be signed by the Registrar-General and shall bear the seal of the Court.
I have few questions on above rule of high court
is it true that some order/s are NOT signed by judge and if the answer is Yes then why ? Who will sign this order/s ( if possible this is under which Law)
reading above rule is it possible that registrar general will sign order on behalf of high court judge ?