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Article 192: Constitution of High Court

1. A High Court shall consist of a Chief Justice and so many other Judges as may be determined by law or, until so determined, as may be fixed by the President.

2. The Sindh and Balochistan High Court shall cease to function as a common High Court for the Provinces of Balochistan and Sindh.

3. The President shall, by Order, establish a High Court for each of the Provinces of Balochistan and Sindh and may make such provision in the Order for the principal seats of the two High Courts, transfer of the Judges of the common High Court, transfer of cases pending in the common High Court immediately before the establishment of two High Courts and, generally, for matters consequential or ancillary to the common High Court ceasing to function and the establishment of the two High Courts as he may deem fit.

4. The jurisdiction of a High Court may, by Act of Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament), be extended to any area in Pakistan not forming part of a Province.


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