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12. Not to have performed duties of the office honestly or performed the act with malafide intention

12. Not to have performed duties of the office honestly or performed the act with malafide intention: In the following conditions, a judge may be deemed not to have performed duties of the office honestly or performed the
act with malafide intention:
(A) If he\she has deliberately performed the act with a motive to avoid, prolong, or make an undue influence on the case,
(B) If he\she has, without any reasonable cause, not been present in the Bench in the prescribed time or avoid the case from making the hearing,
(C) If he\she has, without any reasonable cause, made delays in
writing the judgment or order within the prescribed time limit,
(D) If he\she has been absent in the court without approving the leave,
(E) If he\she has not followed the direction given by the superior
courts or directives relating to administrative affairs given by the
Chief Justice or the Chief Judge of High Court or any inspecting
judge within appropriate time.

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