TRADE DISPUTES: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Trade Disputes Regulations

TRADE DISPUTES REGULATIONS

 

(under section 43)

 

(7th December, 1984)

 

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

 

REGULATION

 

 

 

   1.   Citation

 

   2.   Registration of collective labour agreements, etc.

 

   3.   Secret ballot in connection with industrial action by employees in essential service

 

 

 

      Schedule - Record of Collective Agreement

 

S.I. 146, 1984,
S.I. 111, 1992.

 

1.   Citation

   These Regulations may be cited as the Trade Disputes Regulations.

 

2.   Registration of collective labour agreements, etc.

   (1) The Commissioner shall register one copy of any copies of the same collective labour agreement or of the same agreement extending or varying the terms of a collective labour agreement lodged with him in accordance with section 29(1) of the Act by affixing his date stamp thereto and by recording in a register of collective labour agreements to be kept by him in the form set out in the Schedule hereto-

 

   (a)   the fact and date of registration of the copy; and

 

   (b)   the full name and postal address of each party to the agreement.

   (2) The Commissioner shall retain the copy registered in accordance with this regulation with his records and shall serve notice in accordance with section 29(2) of the Act on every party to the material agreement that he has registered the copy by-

 

   (a)   serving on the party that lodged the registered copy with him a true copy thereof; and

 

   (b)   serving on every other party that lodged a copy of the agreement with him that copy,

after first affixing his date stamp thereto.

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