Administrative Tribunals Law, 1992
1. In this Law --
'administrative tribunal',* or 'tribunal', means any judicial body set up by a minister or other administrative authority having power of adjudication, whether it be termed a tribunal, objections board or appeal committee or whether it has any other designation; 'the Council' means the Administrative Tribunals Council set up under this Law;
'a member of a tribunal' shall include the chairman of the bench of a tribunal;
'power of adjudication' means the power to decide on a dispute to which an administrative authority is party;
'objection' means an application, under a provision in any enactment, to a tribunal for it to exercise its power of adjudication;
'an appointing authority' means a minister or other administrative authority empowered under any enactment to appoint a member of a tribunal;
'judge' shall include a person who has served as a judge in any court under the Courts Law [Consolidated Version], 1984, or in a labour court under the Labour Court Law 1969.
2. An administrative tribunal shall be established by statute.
3. In judicial matters, a member of a tribunal is subject to no authority other than of the law.____________________