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The Supreme Court Judges (Travelling Allowances) Ordinance, 1976

( Ordinance NO. XXX OF 1976 )

Travel by railway
4. When travelling by railway, a Judge shall be entitled to-
(1) (a) a first class two-berth compartment or a coupe-compartment in an air-conditioned coach reserved on High Official Requisition, without payment of any fare for himself; or
(b) the reimbursement of one first class fare, including air-condition surcharge, if any, he pays for himself;
(2) the reimbursement of fare for two servants, if actually paid, at the lowest class rate; and
(3) the reimbursement of the expenses actually incurred in carrying luggage, not exceeding 1[one hundred and twelve kilograms], exclusive of free allowance.

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    The words “one hundred and twelve kilograms” were substituted for the words “three maunds” by section 2 of the Supreme Court Judges (Travelling Allowances) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1984 (Ordinance No. III of 1984)
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