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Report No. 58

Special Courts-merits

Special Courts-merits considered

8.27. After a detailed analysis of the replies received and giving our anxious consideration to the proposal, we are of the following opinion. The proposal for the creation of Service Courts has some merit. In several countries, Administrative Courts which deal with the grievances of private citizens against the administration also deal with the grievances of civil servants against the State, where illegality is alleged. These Courts enjoy a reputation for independence, impartiality and integrity. In the opinion of several eminent writers, these Administrative Courts give a fairer deal to the aggrieved party than the Common Law Courts in England.

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