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Bombay High Court Clerk Result 2016 is declared by the High Court of Bombay on their Official website. The interview will be conducted by the High Court of Bombay for Bombay High Court Clerk Recruitment 2016.
Merit List will be made on the basis of the shortlisted candidates in the interview. Check Bombay High Court Clerk Result 2016 details on this page.
Bombay High Court Clerk Result 2016
Bombay High Court Clerk interview 2016 will be conducted as per the schedule. Candidates can check the result on the official website of the High Court of Bombay. For your convenience direct link to check the Bombay High Court Clerk Result 2016 is also posted on this page below.
List of candidates who have made themselves eligible for vivavoce for the posts of Law Clerk which is scheduled to be held on the date and time mentioned against their names. Kindly go through the link provided below.
Get Here Bombay High Court Clerk Result 2016: Click Here to view Result of Bombay High Court Clerk Recruitment 2016.
Official website where result declared is bombayhighcourt.nic.in.
Clerk in Bombay High Court Job Description
- One Law Clerk may be attached to each Judge of the High Court to assist in such legal work as may be assigned by the Hon’ble Judge.
- Law Clerk shall assist the Honourable Judge in judicial as well as administrative work and in carrying out search and research in such matters and on such legal issues as may be required by the Honourable Judge to whom he is assigned by the Chief Justice. His duties shall include attending the Court, making notes, drafting of memoranda, opinions, comments or monographs on such legal matters and research from such material and sources as may be suggested by the Judge to whom he is assigned.
Honorarium of Law Clerk
Each Law Clerk will be paid a consolidated amount of Rs. 20,000 per month as Stipend / Honorarium for the assignment, or such amount as may be prescribed from time to time by the Government.
Law Clerks will not be entitled to any other allowances and will not be treated or deemed to be in the regular employment of the High Court.
Term of assignment and de-assignment of Law Clerks
All Law Clerks will be ad-hoc appointees on contractual basis for a period of one year. However, any Law Clerk may be discharged even before completion of an year.
The term of assignment may be extended by a further period of one year if recommended by the Honourable Judge concerned to whom he is attached, subject to the approval of the Chief Justice.
The appointment may be terminated by either side by giving one month’s notice, or one month’s salary in lieu thereof, which requirement may be waived by either side.
Provided that appointment of Law Clerks will be liable to be terminated at any time by the Chief Justice without notice or any compensation if his services are found to be unsatisfactory or if he violates any of these Rules.