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The Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985

(Act no. 13 of 1985)

Contents
Sections Particulars
Preamble
1 Short Title, Extent and commencement
1 Act not to apply to certain persons
3 Definitions
4 Establishment of Administrative Tribunals
5 Composition of Tribunals and Benches Thereof
6 Qualifications forAppointment of Chairman, Vice-Chairman or other Members
7 Vice-Chairman to Act as Chairman or to discharge his functions in certain circumstances
8 Term of Office
9 Resignation and Removal
10 Salaries and Allowances and other terms and conditions of service of Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Other Members
11 Provision as to the holding of offices by Chairman, on ceasing to be such Chairman, Etc.
11 Financial and Administrative Power of the Chairman
13 Staff of the Tribunal
14 Jurisdiction, Powers and Authority of the Central Administrative Tribunal
15 Jurisdiction,Powers and Authority of State Administrative Tribunals
16 Jurisdiction, Powers and Authority of a Joint Administrative Tribunal
17 Power to Punish for Contempt
18 Distribution of Business amongst the Benches
19 Applications to Tribunals
20 Application not to be admitted unless other Remedies Exhausted
21 Limitation
22 Procedure and Powers of Tribunals
23 Right of Applicant to take Assistance of Legal Practitioner and of Government, Etc., to Appoint Presenting Officers
24 Conditions as to making of Interim orders
25 Power of Chairman to transfer cases from one bench to another
26 Decision to be by Majority
27 Execution of Orders of a Tribunal
28 Exclusion of Jurisdiction of Courts except the Supreme Court under article 136 of the Constitution
29 Transfer of Pending cases
29A Provisions for Filing of Certain Appeals
30 Proceedings before a Tribunal to be Judicial Proceedings
31 Members and Staff of Tribunal to be Public Servants
32 Protection of Action Taken in good faith
33 Act to have overriding effect
34 Power to Remove Difficulties
35 Power of the Central Government to make rules
36 Power of the Appropriate Government to make rules
36A Power to make rules retrospectively
37 Laying of Rules


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