The administrative tribunals are agencies created by specific enactments to adjudicate upon disputes that may arise in the course of implementation of the provisions of the relevant enactments.
They are not a court nor are they an executive body. Rather, they are a mixture of both. They are judicial in the sense that the tribunals have to decide facts and apply them impartially, without considering an executive policy. They are administrative because the reasons for preferring them to the ordinary courts of law are administrative reasons.