Once two views are possible from the evidence and the Employees' Compensation Commissioner has taken one possible and plausible view, then it has to be held that no substantial question of law arises to make the appeal admissible. - The Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923
If the employer fails to produce the attendance records or appointment letter in respect of the employee, engaged as helper on the vehicle of the company, it is justified to construe by the Employees' Compensation Commissioner that the alleged person was in the employment of the employer and entitled to compensation under the Act.
An appeal against the order of the Employees' Compensation Commissioner lies only if a substantial question of law is involved and not otherwise.
-Reliance General Insurance Co. Ltd. vs. Rezwana Kauser and Others. 2017 LLR 863 (Delhi HC.)
The Employees Compensation Act,1923
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