1. The court cannot be required to sit as a court of appeal from the decision of the Tribunal to review its proceedings or to inquire whether its decision was fair or just or reasonable. In a case such as this, the court ought to have regard only to the question whether there was power to intervene, that is to say, the question whether the tribunal had valid disciplinary power.
2. Where an employee has committed an offence for which he can be dismissed, no injustice arises from failure to comply with the procedure stipulated in the contract and such an employee has no claim on that ground for wrongful dismissal or a declaration that the dismissal is a nullity.
3. There was a sufficient substratum of facts which justified the disciplinary measure