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LIST OF CASES

Sn. NAME OF CASE CITATION Pg.


No No.
1. Jaswant Sugar Mills v. Lakshmi Chand AIR 1963 SC 677 2
2. Sampat Kumar, SP v. Union of India AIR 1987 SC 386 6, 9
3. Cf. Kaptan Singh v. UOI (1986) 4 SLR 545 (Del) 6
4. UOI v. Deep Chand Pandey (1992) 4 SCC 432 6
5. UOI v. K D Batish AIR 2006 SC 789 6
6. Om Prakash Pathak v. UOI (1986) 4 SLR 251 7
7. G Mohanti v. UOI ATR (1987) 1 CAT 229 7
8. Sambamurthy v. State of Andhra Pradesh (1987) I SCC 386 9
9. J.B. Chopra v. Union of India (1987) I SCC 422 10
10. M.B. Majumdar v. Union of India (1990) 4 SCC 501 10
11. R.K. Jain v. Union of India (1993) 4 SCC 119 10
12. Sakinala Harinath v. State of Andhra Pradesh 1993 (2) An. W.R.484 (FB) 10
13. Kesavanda Bharati v. State of Kerala (1973) 4 SCC 225 10
14. Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain AIR 1975 SC 2291 10
15. L. Chandrakumar v. Union of India AIR 1995 SC 1151 10
16. J&K Iron and Steel Co. v. Mazdoor Union AIR 1956 SC 231 13
17. State of U.P. v. Md. Nooh AIR 1958 SC 86 14
18. Dhakeswar1 Cotton Mills Ltd v. Commissioner AIR 1955 SC154 14
Of Income Tax
19. Union of India v. T.R. Verma AIR 1957 SC 882 14
INDEX

Sn. TOPIC Pg.

No. No.

1 INTRODUCTION 1-2

2 EVOLUTION OF TRIBUNAL SYSTEM IN INDIA 2-3

3 ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS ACT, 1985 4

4 TYPES OF ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS 4-5

5 SOME FEATURES OF TRIBUNALS OF INDIA 6

6 WHAT THE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS CAN DO 7-8

7 WHAT THE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS CANNOT DO 8

8 APPEAL FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL TO SUPREME COURT 8

9 JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION 9-11

10 ADVANTAGES OF ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL 12

11 DISADVANTAGES OF ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS 12-13

12 STATUS AND WORKING OF TRIBUNALS IN INDIA 13-14

13 TRIBUNALS AND NATURAL JUSTICE 14

14 CONCLUSION 15

15 BIBLIOGRAPHY 16