Important quasi-judicial bodies in India are as under: National Human Rights Commission. State Human Rights Commission. Central Information Commission. State Information Commission. National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission. State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission. District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum. Examples of Quasi Judicial Bodies. National and State Human Rights Commissions. Lok Adalats. Central and State Information Commissions. Central Vigilance Commission. Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission. Central Administrative Tribunals. Competition Commission Of India. Appellate Tribunal For is the difference between constitutional, statutory and. Emergence of Quasi-Judicial Bodies. • As the welfare state has grown up in the size and functions, the more and litigations are pending in the judiciary making it.
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Derive their Authority from Constitution of India. Hence, Changes in them require Constitutional amendment. They have dedicated articles in Constitution w.
Such bodies usually have powers of adjudication in such matters quasi judicial bodies in india Competition Commission OfIndia State Electricity Regulatory Commission Railway Claims Tribunal Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Intellectual Property Appellate Tribunal As the welfare state has grown up in size and functions, more and more litigations are pending in the judiciary, making it quasi judicial bodies in india.
All statutory bodies are established and operate under the provisions of their own enabling legislation, which sets out the purpose and specific powers of the agency. The example of statuary body is The University Grants Commission, a statutory organization established by an Act of Parliament in for the coordination, determination and maintenance of standards of university education.