Features of Article 323 A
Article 323 A reflects the structure of tribunals for public service matters only and can be appointed by the Parliament only. Under Article 323 A, only one tribunal for the Centre and one for each state or two or more states may be selected.
- There is no inquiry into the hierarchy of tribunals.
- The Tribunals were set up to ease the workload of courts, accelerate the decisions, and provide a discussion that would be operated by lawyers in the areas under the jurisdiction.