What are the characteristics of administrative tribunals?

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Following are the main characteristics of administrative tribunals – Administrative Tribunals is the creation of a statute. An Administrative Tribunals is vested in the judicial power of the State and thereby performance quasi-judicial functions as distinguished form pure administrative functions. Administrative Tribunals is bound to act judicially and follow the principles of natural justice. It has… Read more »

Where are the benches of Central Administrative Tribunals located?

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There are 17 Benches of the Tribunal, located throughout the country wherever the seat of a High Court is located, with 33 Division Benches. In addition, circuit sittings are held at Nagpur, Goa, Aurangabad, Jammu, Shimla, Indore, Gwalior, Bilaspur, Ranchi, Pondicherry, Gangtok, Port Blair, Shillong, Agartala, Kohima, Imphal, !tanager, Aizwal and Nainital. The Central Administrative… Read more »

What are the jurisdiction of a Central Administrative Tribunal?

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CAT adjudicates disputes with respect to recruitment and conditions of service of persons appointed to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union or other local authorities within the territory of India or under the control of Government of India and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. The Central Administrative… Read more »

What Is the objective behind setting up of Central Administrative Tribunal?

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To provide in-expensive and speedy relief to Central Government Employees in respect of their grievances related to service matters. Administrative Law is the law related with the administrative functions of the Administrative Agencies (the Government and its Departments). The Law involves the study of the following broad topics: Check abuse or detournment of administrative power… Read more »

What is ministerial action in administrative action?

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A further distillate of administrative action is ministerial action. Ministerial action is that action of the administrative agency, which is taken as matter of duty imposed upon it by the law devoid of any discretion or judgment. Therefore, a ministerial action involves the performance of a definitive duty in respect of which there is no… Read more »

What is rule-application action or administrative action in administrative action?

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Though the distinction between quasi-judicial and administrative action has become blurred, yet it does not mean that there is no distinction between the two. If two persons are wearing a similar coat, it does not mean that there is no difference between them. The difference between quasi-judicial and administrative action may not be of much… Read more »

What is rule-decision action or quasi-judicial action in administrative action?

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Today the bulk of the decisions which affect a private individual come not from courts but from administrative agencies exercising ad judicatory powers. The reason seems to be that since administrative decision-making is also a by-product of the intensive form of government, the traditional judicial system cannot give to the people that quantity of justice,… Read more »

What is rule-making action or quasi-legislative action in administrative action?

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Legislature is the law-making organ of any state. In some written constitutions, like the American and Australian Constitutions, the law making power is expressly vested in the legislature. However, in the Indian Constitution though this power is not so expressly vested in the legislature, yet the combined effect of Articles 107 to III and 196… Read more »

What are the classification of administrative action?

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Administrative action is a comprehensive term and defies exact definition. In modern times the administrative process is a by-product of intensive form of government and cuts across the traditional classification of governmental powers and combines into one all the powers, which were traditionally exercised by three different organs of the State. Therefore, there is general… Read more »