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M.S. Nila's Law of Suspension

M.S. Nila's Law of Suspension

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  • Author(s): R. Prakash
  • Brand: Eastern Book Company
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2014
  • ISBN 13 9789351450870
  • Approx. Pages 317 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Since the publication of its first edition, this authoritative work on the law relating to suspension has been immensely popular amongst the members of the Bench and the Bar, employers and employees of various concerns and trade unions, and there was a persistent demand for its new edition. Suspension from service has very serious ramifications for an employee, though the relationship of master and servant continues and the suspended employee is entitled for subsistence allowance. The law of suspension is well settled and the present work lucidly explains the law on the subject in the light of decided cases. This book explains the principles relating to scope of suspension, consequences of suspension, automatic or deemed suspension, authority competent to suspend, justification of order, period of suspension, subsistence allowance, reinstatement, and other allied aspects relating to suspension. The present edition is updated upto October, 2006. The main text of the book is covered in twenty-two chapters. The book cites over 500 cases on the subject, and reproduces the statutory rules and standard forms on Suspension for All India Services, Central Civil Services, Indian Railways Service and the Delhi Police. This book is a must for every law library and a useful companion to practitioners of labour laws.
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Contents
I - Meaning and Scope of Suspension
1.    Meaning of suspension
2.    Nature of suspension
3.    Scope of suspension  
4.    Approval of suspension
II - Validity of Suspension  
1.    Grounds of suspension : Justification
2.    Suspension vitiated by bias and mala fide
3.    Failure to review suspension periodically
4.    Second suspension order on same grounds
5.    Challenge against the validity of suspension as an industrial dispute
III - Kinds of Suspension
IV - Suspension Pending Disciplinary Proceedings
V - Suspension Pending Criminal Proceedings
VI - Suspension by way of Punishment
VII - Authority Competent to Suspend

1.    Right of employer to suspend  
2.    Authority empowered to suspend
3.    Authority to suspend cannot be delegated
4.    Power to suspend Judicial Officers
VIII - Article 311 of the Constitution not applicable
IX - Deemed or Automatic Suspension
X - Retrospective Suspension
XI - Suspension Order Effective only on Communication
XII - Consequences of Suspension

1.    Right of employee to work
2.    Right of employer to ask employee not to leave the headquarters
3.    Right of employer to ask employee to sign attendance register
4.    Suspension, if amounts to punishment
5.    Whether suspended employee can resign
6.    Retirement on superannuation
7.    Compulsory retirement or termination
8.    Whether period of suspension excluded in computing period of probation
9.    Whether promotions and increments affected by suspension
10.  Right to work as defence assistant
11.  Confirmation: Sealed cover procedure
12.  Promotion: Sealed cover procedure
13.  Fixing seniority on promotion after exoneration: Guidelines
14.  Compassionate appointment for suspended employee's widow
XIII - Duration of Suspension, Revocation
XIV - Subsistence Allowance During Suspension

1.    Payment of subsistence allowance depends on rules
2.    Payment of wages during suspension
3.    Effect of non-payment of subsistence allowance
4.    Whether subsistence allowance is wages
5.    Variation in amount of subsistence allowance  
6.    Suspension by way of punishment
7.    Revision of pay scale: Whether affected by suspension
8.    Recovery of paid subsistence allowance — whether permissible?
XV - Pay and Allowances on Reinstatement—Regularisation
1.    Reinstatement on revocation, etc. of suspension
2.    Employee retiring during suspension  
3.    On acquittal by criminal court
4.    When minor penalty imposed  
5.    Opportunity of hearing
6.    Decision whether employee entitled to full pay and allowances or not for
       the period of suspension
XVI - Reinstatement on Setting Aside of Dismissal, etc. by Court
XVII - Reinstatement on Setting Aside Dismissal, etc. in Departmental Proceedings
XVIII - Challenging Order of Suspension

1.    In departmental proceedings
2.    Before Administrative Tribunals
3.    Before Civil Courts and High Courts  
4.    Before the Supreme Court
XIX - Grounds for Challenging Order of Suspension
XX - Prolonged Suspension  
XXI - Limitation for Claiming Wages for Period of Suspension
XXII - Defiance of Suspension Order

Appendix I - Statutory Rules on Suspension
1.    All India Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1969
2.    Delhi Police (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1980
3.    Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules
4.    Indian Railway Establishment Code, Vol. II
5.    Railway Servants (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1968
6.    Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965
7.    Kerala Payment of Subsistence Allowance Act, 1972
8.    Tamil Nadu Payment of Subsistence Allowance Act, 1981
9.    West Bengal Payment of Subsistence Allowance Act, 1969
10.  Shastry Award
11.  Desai Award
Appendix II - Standard Forms
1.    Certificate to be furnished by the suspended official
2.    Order placing an officer under suspension when he is detained in custody
3.    Standard form of order of suspension
4.    Standard form of order for revocation of suspension order
Subject Index 
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Author Details
Author – M.S. Nila
Revising Author - R. Prakash, Gold Medalist, Advocate, Supreme Court
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