Rojer Mathew Vs. South Indian Bank Ltd. and Ors.[ALL SC 2018 MAY]

KEYWORDS:-Tribunal- [HEARING OF THIS CASE SHAL BE CONTINUED- EDITOR] DATE:- MAY 07, 2018 Recommended setting up of all India Tribunal service Administration of the Tribunals. “We broadly approve the concept of having an effective and autonomous oversight body for all the Tribunals with such exceptions as may be inevitable. Such body should be responsible for recruitments and… Read More Rojer Mathew Vs. South Indian Bank Ltd. and Ors.[ALL SC 2018 MAY]

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal [NCLAT-India]

Constituted under Section 410 of the Companies Act, 2013 AT: Pt. Deen Dayal Antyodaya Bhawan, 3rd Floor, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003 Hear appeals against the Order of:- Company Law Tribunal(s) (NCLT), with effect from 1st June, 2016 NCLT(s) under Section 61 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC), with effect from 1st… Read More National Company Law Appellate Tribunal [NCLAT-India]

Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and Compensation in Motor Accident

Scheme of the MV Act: Chapter 10 provides for an interim award. Chapter 11 provides for insurance of motor vehicle against third party risk and Chapter 12 provides for the constitution of Claims Tribunal and adjudication. Claim Petition to Tribunal u/s 166 of MV Act as per section 163A The Proceeding: Defence by Insurence u/s Section… Read More Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and Compensation in Motor Accident

Art. 136 it has been given overriding power to grant special leave to appeal against orders of Court and tribunals which go against the principles of natural justice and lead to grave miscarriage of justice.

The Bharat Bank Ltd., Delhi vs The Employees of the Bharat Bank Ltd., Delhi and the Bharat Bank Employees’ Union, Delhi  Where the discretion is committed to any body or a tribunal exercising quasi judicial functions which are not fettered by ordinary rules of law, the tribunal should in the absence of any provision to the… Read More Art. 136 it has been given overriding power to grant special leave to appeal against orders of Court and tribunals which go against the principles of natural justice and lead to grave miscarriage of justice.

Courts and Tribunals in India

Law Library Admiralty Court Civil Court Commercial Court Consumer court Criminal Court Executive Magistrate`s Court   Family Court  High Courts Juvenile Court Labour Court Motor Accident Claim Court/Tribunal Supreme Court in India Original Division Appellate Division Constitutional Division Tribunals National Company Law Tribunal National Company Law Appellate Tribunal(NCLAT) Writ Court under Article 32 and 226 of Indian Constitution View case type in District Court… Read More Courts and Tribunals in India