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Jurors (Travelling and Subsistence) Rules (Statutory Instrument 37 of 1982)

This is the latest version of this legislation commenced on 01 Jun 2020.


Criminal Procedure Code

Jurors (Travelling and Subsistence) Rules

Statutory Instrument 37 of 1982

  • Commenced on 8 July 1982

  • [This is the version of this document at 1 June 2020.]

[S.1. 37 of 1982]


These rules may be cited as the Jurors (Travelling and Subsistence) Rules.


Jurors shall be entitled to be paid traveling and subsistence allowances during their attendance at the Supreme Court in connection with any case for which they have been summoned according to the following scales:

Professional and self-employed persons, the actual cost of their daily income lost by such attendance per day or part thereof but not to exceed 100
Salaried persons other than salaried public officers, the actual cost of their daily salary or wages lost by such attendance per day or part thereof but not to exceed 50
All other persons not being salaried public officers, per day or part thereof 50
Provided that all jurors from Praslin and La Digue shall be paid the actual cost of traveling by air or surface to Mahe and of room and board during their stay in Mahe but not to exceed per day 100