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The original Constitution did not have the provision of a Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT). The 42nd Amendment added a new part XIV-A having 2 Articles, 323-A dealing with the Administrative Tribunals, while 323-B dealing with tribunals for other matters. - Article 323 A empowers the Parliament to provide for the establishment of Administrative Tribunals for the adjudication of disputes relating to recruitment and conditions of service of person appointed to Public Office. - CAT is not bounded by the procedure laid down by the Civil Procedure Code, rather is governed by the principle of Natural Justice. - CAT exercises original jurisdiction over recruitment and all service matters of the public servants covered by it. - Appeal against the order of CAT is made before the High Courts as per the Chandra Kumar case, 1997.

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