Report of the tribunal appointed to inquire into the Vassall case and related matters presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department by command of Her Majesty, April 1963.

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SeriesCmnd. ; 2009
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 84/1269 (J)
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Paginationvii, 87 p. ; 25 cm.
Number of Pages87
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Open LibraryOL2899217M
LC Control Number84126943

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Now referring to views expressed by Vassall’s office colleagues, the report says their general impression was that he was a man of good family with some private means.

And the implication comes across that it would be very un-English to make direct inquiries into a man’s source of income. The tribunal’s report was published on 25 April Author: Mark Dunton. Minutes of evidence taken at public hearings before the Tribunal Appointed to Inquire into the Vassall Case and Related Matters.

Publisher: London: H.M.S.O., That the Tribunal having been appointed under Section 13 (3) of the Act, is enjoined to inquire under Section 4 of the Act, the five areas of conduct, as specified therein. He argues that in nothing in terms of the jurisdiction of the Tribunal includes inquiry into whether the Constitution has been infringed.

A tribunal shall not be bound by the procedure laid down in the Code of Civil Procedure (5 of ), but shall be guided by the principles of natural justice and subject to the other provisions of this Act and of any rules made by the Central Government, the Tribunal shall have the power to regulate its own procedure including the fixing.

Before we close, we once more make it clear that with regard to charge memo datedinquiry conducted by Internal Complaints Committee culminating into Report datedit is open for the petitioner to raise all pleas of facts and law before the appropriate authority.” [Preliminary Enquiry Report of ICC] – SC Judgment.

“the Registrar” means the Registrar of the Tribunal appointed under Section 8; A Board of Inquiry shall inquire into and report on such matters as are referred to it under this Act.

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(12) Findings and Report of the Inquiry Officer: After the conclusion of the Inquiry, the Inquiry Officer shall draw up a report which generally consists of the following: (a) A brief Introduction leading to the appointment of the Inquiry, Inquiry Officer and the dates of hearing.

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Duties of the court of enquiry It is the duty of the court to inquire into the matters referred to it and report thereon to the appropriate Government within a period of 6 months from the commencement of its enquiry. The report of the board of conciliation and court of enquiry should be in writing and signed by all the members.

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The judiciary is the third branch of government, and judicial independence is a constitutionally entrenched principle. Charleton formally opened the Disclosures Tribunal (Tribunal of Inquiry into protected disclosures made under the Protected Disclosures Act and certain other matters following Resolutions) with an introductory statement on 27 February Public sittings commenced on 4 July In deploying the case it will be necessary for me to trespass on somewhat wider ground, but I do not wish to go into the whole question of whether the tribunal is a suitable form of instrument for carrying out inquiries in this type of case; least of all do I wish to trespass on the matter which may come up when the Report of the Vassall.

LABOUR RELATIONS AND INDUSTRZAL DISPUTES 3 THE LABOUR RELATIONS AND INDUSTRIAL ~cts 14 ofDISPUTES ACT 13 or14 of 7 of[8th April, 13 of8 of PART I.

Preliminary. This Act may be cited as the Labour Relations and Indus. He placed reliance on the case of Shilling Bob Zinka vs Attorney General ZLR P[2] and went on to state that the Tribunal is mandated to receive evidence from the applicants and that it.

There are certainly instances where the Tribunal may decide to call (a) witness(es) [24] to clarify matters for the Tribunal in relation to the dispute between the parties.

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The committee appointed under subsection (5) shall inquire into the matter and report to the Minister recommending whether or not the member ought to be removed under this section.

Where the question of the removal of a member of the tribunal is referred to a committee under this section, the Minister shall suspend the member from performing. (2) The geographic area over which the court has authority to decide cases. A federal court in one state, for example, can usually only decide a case that arose from actions in that state.

juror - A person who is on the jury. jury - Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact. State court. (3) If, in the case of a judge of the Supreme Court or the High Court other than the Chief justice, the Chief Justice advises the President that the question of the removal from office of the judge concerned ought to be investigated, the President shall appoint a tribunal to inquire into the matter.

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