Vidhi Centre recommends reforms for India's ailing Tribunals [Read Report]June 15 2018
Lack of independence, absence of uniformity in administration, high case pendency and vacancies constitute the major issues plaguing the working of tribunals in India, as per a report by the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy.
Titled Reforming the Tribunals Framework in India: An Interim Report, the report attempts to trace the origins of tribunals, critically analyse precedent and reports, and provide an exhaustive assessment of problems in India’s tribunals framework.
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