Conditions of Governor's Office
The Constitution lays down the following conditions for the the governor’s office:
Like the President, the governor is also entitled to a number of privileges and immunities. He enjoys personal immunity from legal liability for his official acts. During his term of office, he is immune from any criminal proceedings, even in respect of his personal acts. He cannot be arrested or imprisoned. However, after giving two months’ notice, civil proceedings can be instituted against him during his term of office in respect of his personal acts.
Before entering upon his office, the governor has to make and subscribe to an oath or affirmation. In his oath, the governor swears:
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