Judges Act

Version of section 41.1 from 2002-12-31 to 2006-12-13:

Marginal note:Retired judge may continue to hold office
  •  (1) A judge of the Supreme Court of Canada who has retired may, with the approval of the Chief Justice of Canada, continue to participate in judgments in which he or she participated before retiring, for a period not greater than six months after the date of the retirement.

  • Marginal note:Salary, etc.

    (2) A retired judge participating in judgments shall receive

    • (a) the salary annexed to the office during that period less any amount otherwise payable to him or her under this Act in respect of the period, other than those amounts described in paragraphs (b) and (c);

    • (b) an amount that bears the same ratio to the allowance for incidental expenditures actually incurred referred to in subsection 27(1) that the number of months in the period bears to twelve; and

    • (c) the representational allowance referred to in subsection 27(6) for the period, as though the appropriate maximum referred to in subsection 27(7) were an amount that bears the same ratio to that allowance that the number of months in the period bears to twelve.

  • Marginal note:No extra remuneration

    (3) Section 57 applies with respect to a judge to whom this section applies.

  • 2001, c. 7, s. 20.
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