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Full text of "The Ethnology Of Beda Badaga Jangam Caste In Andhra Pradesh"

speaking order means an order speaking for itself.
Speaking order which contains reasons introduces
clarity and excludes arbitrariness. Reasons are the
links between the materials on which certain
conclusions are based and the actual conclusions.
They disclose how the mind is applied to the subject
matter of a decision (See Union of INdia v. M.K.Capoor,
AIR 1974 SC 87). In Siemens Engineering v. Union of
India, AIR 1976 SC 1785, the Supreme Court observed
that nthe rule requiring reasons to be given in support of
an order is, iike the principle of audi alterm partern, a
basic principle of natural justice and this rule must be
observed in its proper spirit and mere pretence of
compliance with it would not satisfy the requirement of
law." In Breen v. Amalgamated Engineering Union,
(1971) 1 All ER 1148, Lord Denning observed, "the
giving of reasons is one of the fundamentals of good
administration, (emphasis is mine).
25. An order or decision which is vague can never be
a reasoned decision. An order without clarity can never
reflect application of mind. Such an order cannot be a
reasoned order. The Court does not expect orders from
the administrative or quasi judicial authority as that from
a law Court. It is not as if those authorities are required
to pass judgements as the ordinary law Courts, as
there is essentially distinction between a Court and an
administrative authority. But the Rule requiring reasons
to be given in support of an order is indispensable. The
condition to record reasons introduces clarity and