Regulating India – II. – The Parallel Judiciary and its Rivals

This post is part 2 of 3 in the series Regulating India

The second essay in the three-part Regulating India essay series examines the legal foundation on which tribunals stand. The author argues that the inherent breakdown of the separation of power doctrine in tribunals and the soft approach of Indian courts regarding this disqualification has severely undermined their legal integrity.

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Vesting Jurisdiction in the CERC for Adjudication of Disputes for Contract Enforcement

Whether the proposed Electricity Contract Enforcement Agency to be created in the draft Electricity Act (Amendment) Bill 2020 can lawfully sit within the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission? What should be the minimum safeguards that are required for ensuring that the scheme does not fall foul of the law laid down by the Supreme Court?

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