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Report No. 24

The Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1952

1. Reference to Law Commission
2. Genesis of the Act
3. Analysis of the Act
4. Purposes for which Act used
5. Analogous laws in other countries
6. Differences between the English and Indian Acts
7. Defects and drawbacks of inquiries by Commissions
8,9. Justification for our Act
10. Some general points examined
11. Power of Government to appoint Commissions suo motu
12. Contempt of Commission
13. Application of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872
14. Procedure of Commission
15. Costs
16. Publication of Repor
17. Assistance to Commission for purposes of investigation
18. Detailed examination of Act
19. Section 3(1)-Relevant legislative entries
20. Section 3(1)-Constitutional validity
21. Section 3(1)-Whether resolution should be by both Houses of the Legislature
22. Section 3(1)
23,24. Section 3(1)-Scope of functions of Commission
25. Section 3-Fixing of time
26. Section 3-Filling up of vacancies etc
27. Section 4-Personal attendance of witnesses
28. Section 5(2)
29. Section 5(3)
30. Section 5-Contempt of Commission
31. Section 6-Incriminating statements
32. Section 6A (New)
33. Section 8
34. Section 8A (New)
35. Section 12
36. Other changes
37. Appendices
Appendix I Proposals as shown in the form of Draft Amendments to the Existing Act
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6A (New)
Section 8
Section 8A (New)
Section 12
Appendix II Notes on Clauses
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6A
Section 8(1)
Sections 8(2) and 8(3)
Section 8(4)
Section 8A
Section 12
Index to Appendix III
Appendix III Statement of Commissions of Inquiry set up Under the Act
Part A Commissions set up by the Government of India
Ministry of Railways
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Commerce and Industery
Department of Company Law Administration
Part B Commissions set up by the Government of India
Madhya Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh Administration

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