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Judicial Officers Protection Act, 1850

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Under the Judicial Officers Protection Act, 1850, no Judge, Magistrate, Justice of the Peace, Collector or other person acting judicially, can be sued in any Court for any act done by him in the discharge of his judicial duty, whether or not within he limits of his jurisdiction, provided that he, at the time, in good faith, believed himself to have jurisdiction to do the act complained of.

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