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A retired High Court judge cannot practice in
1) Lower courts
2) The same high court from which she has retired
3) Supreme Court
4) Any court in India
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1 and 2 only
2 and 3 only
As per the constitution says that once a high court judge has retired, he cannot practice law in any court or before any authority in India except the Supreme Court and the other High Courts. It implies that a retired High Court judge cannot practice in lower courts and the same high court from which she has retired. This also means that at present, the Constitution neither prohibits judges of the Supreme Courtor the High Court from taking any post-retirement job nor restricts the power of the government to appoint any retired judges to commissions and/or tribunals. For e.g. the government generally appoints retired higher judiciary judges as heads of various commissions.
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