Law Relating to Public Service



Exclusive Features Discusses the restrictive stance of the Supreme Court regarding initiation of public interest litigation in service matters The author has examined and formulated 200 principles which analyze and clarify critical legal issues connected to the law relating to public employment through the principles Includes the latest enunciation of the Supreme Court on the Prevention of Corruption Act in the case of appointment of Central Vigilance Commissioner Comprehensive analysis on the subject of regularization with reference to the latest Constitution Bench Judgment Assesses the consequential development of constitutional and administrative law through relevant case law in the field References have been made to appropriate features of judicial review Important features of administrative law like natural justice and mala fides, non application of mind, discriminatory treatment, fairness and reasonableness and many more are deeply rooted in the book List of abbreviations used in the book has been provided An exclusive chapter on judicial review, and re-employment is also included This treatise covers law relating to persons engaged in public employment, i.e., employees under the State, employees under corporations directly incorporated by statutes, and employees under agencies or instrumentalities of the State. The author has examined the fundamentals of service law with elaborate discussion on each one of them. This edition adds extensive new material to the discussion on judicial review, public interest litigation and the Prevention of Corruption Act.

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