10. Not to be prejudicial to facilities being enjoyed : Nothing contained in this Act shall be deemed to be prejudicial to the facilities and privileges being enjoyed by the Chief Justice or a Justice holding office at the time of
commencement of this Act.
10A. Additional facilities :
(1) The Chief Justice or a Justice who has already served for Three years without taking any other leave than the casual leave and the festival leave 99 shall, while going to and coming from his or her home on the home leave earned by him or her, be entitled to half the daily and travelling allowance of the daily and travelling allowance to which he or she is entitled pursuant to this Act.
Provided that, his or her family member shall not be entitled to the daily and travelling allowance.
(2) In retiring from his or her office or resigning his or her office upon getting resignation approved, the Chief Justice or a Justice shall be entitled to a lump sum amount for a maximum of One Hundred and Twenty days 100 from his or her accumulated home leave and for his or her sick leave at the rate of remuneration/salary being drawn by him or her at that time. Even in the event of death while in service, his family member shall be entitled to such remuneration/salary, pension or gratuity.
10B.Time for journey : The Chief Justice or a Justice shall, while going to his or her home on home leave and coming back from home to attend the Supreme Court shall be entitled to the time for journey at the rate of One
day for Eight Kosh in the case of journey on foot and for such days as required for journey by motor vehicle, rail and air for one time a year.
Provided that, he or she shall not be entitled to the time for journey to go to or stay elsewhere than home on the home leave. In giving the time for journey, it shall be given for the shortest route by the fastest means, and
no more time for journey than that actually taken in the journey to and from than shall be given.
10D. Power to make increase in or addition to remuneration : Government of Nepal may, while making increase in or addition to remuneration, facilities and privileges of the other public servants from time to time, also make increase in or addition to the remuneration, facilities and privileges to which the Chief Justice or a Justice is entitled
pursuant to this Act, by publishing a notice in the Nepal Gazette.