3. THE ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL ACT, 1985
Our Constitution provides Tribunals for the Adjudication of certain matters. The Tribunals provides speeduy Justice as their proceedings do not consist of lengthy and complicated Judicial procedure.

This act provides Administrative Tribunals for the adjudication of disputes and complaints with respect to recritment and condition of service of person appointed to Public Services and post in connection with the Affairs of Union /State /Local /Other Authority of Government.

Section-2 describes the persons to whom this Act is not applicable.

The Central Government is authorised to establish Tribunals for Centre /State to excercise the juisdiction powers and Authorities confirmed on the Tribunal by this Act.

The Tribunal consist of Chairman, Voice-Chairman and members. The procedure of proceedings is given. The jurisdiction Powers and Authorities of Tribunals are also given. The Tribunals have power to punish for contemt.

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