Tribunals

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What are Tribunals?
Less formal than a court, and they're cases about the state
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Types of disputes dealt with by Tribunals
Administrative: between an individual and the state, ie the mental health review tribunal- deciding whether to release patients from a secure hospital. Domestic: Between an organisation and one of its members, ie Bar council deals with barristers
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People Involved in Tribunals
Panel consists of 3 members- Chairperson legally qualified and two lay people who have expertise in the field. Both parties and any Legal representatives+ any witnesses
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Procedure
Parties and witnesses give evidence, questioned by party or panel. panel judgement based law evidence arguments, tribunals free. give ratio decidendi. appeals point law. follow rules natural justice. funding legal employ app or ment health
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Administrative: between an individual and the state, ie the mental health review tribunal- deciding whether to release patients from a secure hospital. Domestic: Between an organisation and one of its members, ie Bar council deals with barristers

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