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Pages: 392 pages
Shipping Weight: 2.000(Kg)
Date Added: 2006-05-17
Search Category: Lawbooks
The book is an important addition to the literature on administrative justice. There are very few topics in administrative law, which are so challenging and so controversial as that of administrative adjudication. An extensive and pervasive system of administrative adjudication has come into existence in most of the modern democracies including India. The practical reason for the growth of administrative adjudication has been the desire to provide a system of adjudication, which would be informal, cheap and speedy. In the field of administrative adjudication, there have been many crucial developments through legislative reforms and the judicial pronouncements. In India, the most notable development in this direction has been the establishment of the Central Administrative Tribunal to relieve the courts from the burden of service litigation, which formed a substantial portion of the pending litigation.
The book is a critical study of the genesis of the problem of administrative adjudication and the judicial response to it. A special feature of the book is a comparative study of the problem with a special focus on the role of the Central Administrative Tribunal as an effective alternative institutional mechanism. The study analyses the role of the judiciary in different countries in striking a balance between the exigencies of the modern administration and the constitutional limitations in this regard. The book seeks to probe into specific issues having a bearing on the scope of this subject in the light of recent developments and the response of the judiciary in this regard. The findings reflected in the book are substantiated by the relevant data available on the subject. The book may be useful not only to students, scholars, teachers of constitutional law and administrative law, advocates, judges, and administrators but to all those who have an interest in the field of administrative justice and the legality of administrative actions.
Table Of Contents:
Contents of this book include :
Growth of Administrative Process.
Development of Adjudication by Tribunals : A Comparative Perspective.
Judicial Control : A Comparative Analysis.
The Civil Services.
Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) : Establishment, Composition, Procedure and Jurisdiction.
Judicial Control and Functioning of the Central Administrative Tribunal.