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“Regulations and Byelaws framed under Section 204 IBC clearly provide checks and balances. Therefore, it cannot be said to be confirmation of excessive or unbridled power”

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Supreme Court said that a stand of whichever court, cannot be allowed to stand, if it is in ignorance of constitutional provisions

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Supreme Court said that the object and purpose of the enactment of UAPA is to provide for more effective prevention of certain unlawful activities. To punish such a person who is continued as a member of such unlawful association which is declared unlawful due to unlawful activities can be said to be in furtherance of providing for effective prevention of the unlawful activities.

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Supreme Court said that the object of the Administrative Tribunals Act is to reduce arrears and enable the provision of speedy justice to litigants. Abolishing a State Administrative Tribunal would not frustrate this objective because SATs are not the only method by which the object is capable of being achieved.

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