Service Laws

Under service matters, the cases of persons employed in government offices and public sector enterprises, which are subject of Administrative Tribunals Act, 1956 are taken. However the cases of persons in armed forces are not covered under the service matters. Under this field of practice, cases of appointment, remuneration (including allowances), pension and other retirement benefits, tenure including confirmation, seniority, promotion, reversion, premature retirement and superannuation, leave of any kind and disciplinary matters, and any other similar matter are undertaken before Central Administrative Tribunal and State Administrative Tribunals. There are several laws and rules that govern condition of service of the government employees. When these rules are not followed or violations are detected against any employee, service matters arise. This is much specialised field of practice and requires intense research and preparation.

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