Doabia & Doabia: The Law of Services & Dismissals, currently in its fourth edition, is a well established, specialized and highly recommended commentary on the law relating to services and dismissals in both the public and private sectors. Systematically divided into 23 Chapters, the book provides an in-depth analysis of various constitutional provisions, and the rules and laws relating to conditions of service, including selection, appointment, seniority, promotions, reservation, disciplinary proceedings, the role of Public Service Commissions, pay and pay scales, and the role of the Pay Commission. This thoroughly updated and revised edition will be an indispensable tool for keeping abreast of judicial developments in the field of service law. The book will prove to be of invaluable assistance to all those who are either directly affected or are involved in decision-making relating to services and dismissals. Key Features • Thoroughly revised updated edition tracing comprehensively the judicial developments in the field of service law. • Detailed coverage of all major issues arising out of the law of services and dismissals including reservation, the concept of ‘creamy layer’, compassionate appointment, adhocism in the system of direct recruitment and promotion. • The role of the judiciary and the administrative tribunals in providing speedy justice in service matters and highlighting the importance of the doctrine of natural justice in such cases. • Most of the common problems which arise in the interplay of ‘master-servant relationship’ in the public law domain, such as regularization in service, disciplinary proceedings, suspension, awarding of punishment, transfers, in particular transfers involving hardship have been addressed. • Original analysis by the author, making the book a distinctive commentary on the law of services and dismissals. • An exhaustive subject index and table of cases add to the utility of this book.

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Author(s)Justice T S Doabia
PublisherLexis Nexis
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearJanuary 2011