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Administrative tribunals in the public service

Vincent Grogan

Administrative tribunals in the public service

by Vincent Grogan

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Published by Institute of Public Administration in [Dublin] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland.
    • Subjects:
    • Administrative courts -- Ireland

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Vincent Grogan ; with a foreword by Cearbhall O. Dalaigh.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination76 p. ;
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5554552M
      LC Control Number67039744
      OCLC/WorldCa22128635

      Courts have supervisory jurisdiction over the actions of public tribunals, boards, officers and public decision makers. In some circumstances, parties who have been affected by decisions of tribunals, boards or other public decision makers may bring an application in court to have the administrative decision reviewed by the court.   The Administrative Reforms Commission () had suggested the setting up of ‘Civil Service Tribunals’ to function as the appellate authority for the decisions on major punishments of dismissal, removal from service and reduction in rank. The J C Shah committee too recommended the establishment of administrative tribunals for.

      The reason why War Crimes Tribunals and the WHT are case studied in this book is that these are such tribunals. Be it jurisdictionally specific matters such as war crimes in Rwanda or cross jurisdictional crimes against humanity like the Nuremburg Tribunal, the tribunals were established to administer universal concepts of justice over. In U.S.A., the number of Administrative Tribunals goes on increasing annually. In U.K., their number is no less. About 14 closely printed pages of Pollards’ book. Administrative Tribunals at Work are devoted to a mere mentioning of such courts. Their constitution, however, differs.

      Administrative tribunals and the rules of evidence: a study in jurisprudence and administrative law. [Harold M Stephens] Public service commission statutes containing no provision concerning the rules of evidences -- 2. References to immigration statutes examined -- 3. References to rules examined. (4) Administrative tribunals are generally preferred where prompt action is called for. (5) The desire to have inexpensive and rapid Justice unencumbered by elaborate rules of procedure and evidence has also led to the growth of administrative tribunals. (6) The administrative tribunals relieve the regular court of law of a great amount of work.


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