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a) Full Agreement: These Terms and Conditions represent the entire agreement between you and POSHatWork and govern your use of POSHatWork, replacing all previous versions of these Terms and Conditions between you and POSHatWork with respect to POSHatWork. You may also be subject to additional terms and conditions that may apply if you use or purchase certain other POSHatWork services, affiliate services, third-party content or third-party software. In Mr. Rajendran v. Daisyrani et al (2018) 3 MLJ 84), the ICC procedure was challenged for bias when the interviewee was the head of a public medical university and a hospital. The High Court of Madras found that the respondent had made the decision to form the ICC to hear the case against him and that the ICC (with the exception of the external member) was composed of members who were his subordinates and were working under the control of that respondent. Accordingly, the High Court found that there were well-founded concerns that any investigation by such an ICC would be biased and stated that the director of the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation, under which the medical university and hospital were created, would constitute the ICC, as required by the poshnocal law for the hearing of the specific complaint.