to the Court. After the decision of the same by a majority of votes it shall be submitted for the concurrence of the Sahib-iAlam Bahadur to whom the Court shall be subordinate. After the concurrence of Sahib-i-Alam Bahadur the decisions shall be submitted for the information to His Majesty. No order regarding Military or Civil Administration shall be given effect to without the decision of the Court, concurrence of Sahib-i- Alam and the information of His Majesty. If Sahib-I-Alam does not concur in any decision of the court it will be referred back to the latter for reconsideration. If again there is a difference of opinion between Sahib-i-Alam Bahadur and the decision of the Court it shall be submitted to His Majesty, Whose orders shall be final.
8.No one else but the members of the Court, Saib-i-Alam Bahadur and His Majesty shall be allowed to attend the meeting of the Court. If any one from among the members of the Court is absent from the meeting on strong valid grounds the decision of the remaining members of the Court arrived at by the majority of votes shall be considered as the decision of the full Court.
9.If a member wants to move a resolution into the court, he shall get it seconded by some other member and shall then submit it with the unanimous opinion of two members.
10.When a resolution is moved in the Court in accordance with Clause. 9, the mover shall first of all deliver a speech and others shall not interrupt him till he finishers. If any member of the Court raises any objections he shall be allowed to so without being interrupted during his speech. If some third person makes a speech against the objector and movers an amendment or modification and the rest of the court is silent each member shall pen down his views separately and the decisions shall be arrived at in accordance with the majority of votes. After the approval, the decision shall be communicated to the secretary of each Department.