Need of Tribunals; Analyzing Growth and Impact of Tribunals

  • Kashish Khanna
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  • Kashish Khanna

    Student at IILM University, Gurugram, India

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The paper will focus on establishing the reason behind coming up and growth of Tribunals when a similar and more organized mechanism like courts was already in existence. This will be achieved by a comparative analysis between the structure and functioning of Tribunals and Courts in India. Domestic tribunals and other tribunals, together referred to as the Tribunals, have been constituted under various statutes (Article 323A and 323B of the Indian Constitution) in order to address the situation that resulted from the pending cases in various courts. The Tribunals were established in order to lighten the burden on courts, make judgements more quickly, and offer a venue that would be staffed by attorneys and subject matter experts in the areas in which the Tribunal had authority. In the judicial system, tribunals play a significant and specific function. They relieve some of the court's already heavy workload. They hear disagreements over taxes, the military, the environment, and administrative matters. How can this system of tribunals be made more efficient? What are its impacts? Are tribunals against the rule of law? All these questions shall be answered by the end of this research paper.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 741 - 749


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