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(a) Appellate jurisdiction (Article 128(3)) – to determine appeals from the Court of Appeal and the High Court.

(b) Exclusive original jurisdiction (Article 128(1)) – to determine (a) any question on the validity of law made by Parliament or by the legislature of a state; and (b) disputes on any other question between states or between the Federation and any state.

(c) Referral jurisdiction (Article 128 (2)) – to determine any question that arises before any court as to the effect of any provision of the Constitution.

(d) Advisory jurisdiction (Article 130) – to provide and pronounce its opinion on reference made by the King on any question as to the effect of any provision of the Constitution which has arisen or appears to His Majesty likely to arise.

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