By James Dunbar-Brunton M.A. (Cantab.) (auth.)
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The Furnished Houses (Rent Control) Act, 1946, established the Rent Tribunals to hear disputes between landlord and tenant concerning a reasonable rent for the letting of certain furnished premises. The bench usually consists of a lawyer as a chairman and two members appointed by the Secretary of State for the Environment. The Transport Act, 1962, established the Transport Tribunal which, among other functions, deals with road and rail passenger fares in London. It consists of permanent members appointed by the Crown on the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor and the Secretary of State for the Environment.
Superior and Inferior Courts An important characteristic of English courts is the way in which they are divided into superior and inferior courts. The jurisdiction of superior courts is not limited by the value of the subject-matter in dispute, nor are they restricted geographically. The jurisdiction of The Administration of justice 33 inferior courts is limited both in territory and in value of subject· matter. Furthermore, superior courts have a wider power to punish for contempt of court than inferior courts.
3. The continuous co-ordination of the activities of the departments of State. Conventions Although the Cabinet supervises the administration of the government and its departments, initiates all important legislation and determines all major matters of national finance and foreign policy, it is a body that is not recognised by the law. There are no statutes or rules of common law to regulate its functions or lay down its powers. Its The British Constitution 25 existence is based largely upon conventions.