These principles aim to provide fair, impartial and reasonable justice. These principles include:
- No person should be a judge in his own cause.
- No decision should be given against a party without affording them a reasonable hearing.
- Quasi-judicial enquiries should be held in good faith and without bias, and not arbitrarily or unreasonably.
To give every citizen a fair hearing is as much a canon of good administration as it is of a good legal procedure.