11. Objection to appointment

    Any person desiring to object to the appointment of any applicant may be heard before the Supreme Court (full bench) by himself or counsel, with or without witnesses, to oppose such appointment, but written notice, stating the grounds of such objection, shall be lodged in the Court 7 days at least before the day on which the application for appointment is made.

    [Section 11 amended by No. 45 of 2004 s. 37.]



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