Service Laws and Central Admnistrative Tribunal Practice

  • We also practice service law and frequently use to appear before Principle Bench of CAT at New Delhi. We have also appeared before CAT against UPSC, DoPT, Ministry of Home, Ministry of Finance, MCD, Delhi Government, Directorate of Education, NTRO
  • View More Details
AJ

ADVOCATE J P SINGH & ASSOCIATES

Verified

Preet Vihar, Delhi

Business Type : Service Providers

View Mobile

Ask for more detail from the seller

Contact Supplier

We also practice service law and frequently use to appear before Principle Bench of CAT at New Delhi. We have also appeared before CAT against UPSC, DoPT, Ministry of Home, Ministry of Finance, MCD, Delhi Government, Directorate of Education, NTRO etc. Our team of lawyers is well versed with the service laws, circulars and OMs as issued by the DOPT and other departments. Since the matters filed before the CAT, involves delicacy and service of the client remains at stake, so the lawyer who is well versed with service rules and DoPT guidelines can only be assigned the Case to be presented before CAT.

The Central Administrative Tribunal had been established under Article 323-A of the Constitution for adjudication of disputes and complaints with respect to recruitment and conditions of service of persons appointed to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union or other authorities under the control of the Government.

The CAT is guided by the principles of natural justice in deciding cases and is not bound by the procedure, prescribed by the CPC. The CAT is empowered to frame its own rules of procedure and practice. Under the said provision of the Act, the Central Administrative Tribunal (Procedure) Rules, 1987 and Central Administrative Tribunal Rules of Practice, 1993 have been notified to ensure smooth functioning of the Tribunal.

Original Applications is filed under Section-19 of the Central Admistrative tribunal Act. It is called OA. The brief introduction of Section 19 is as under:

Section 19: Applications to Tribunals –

(1) Subject to the other provisions of this Act a person aggrieved by any order pertaining to any matter within the jurisdiction of a Tribunal may make an application to the Tribunal for the redressal of his grievance.

Explanation - For the purposes of this sub-section, “order” means an order made –

(a) by the Government or a local or other authority within the territory of India or under the control of the Govern


Company Detail

  • Member Since 2019
Looking for Service Laws and Central Admnistrative Tribunal Practice?

Seller Contact Details

  • ADVOCATE J P SINGH & ASSOCIATES
  • Lawyer's Chamber, D- BLOCKrnKARKARDOOMA COURT rnNEW DELHI, Preet Vihar, Delhi, Delhi - 110032 India
Tell us your Buy Requirement to Get Instant Response