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Industrial Dispute [Sec.2 (k)] - Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

   Posted On :  15.05.2018 12:56 am

In the ordinary language an industrial dispute is implied to mean a dispute between the workmen and the management.

Industrial Dispute [Sec.2 (k)]
 
 
It means any dispute or difference between
 
1. Employers and employers;
 
2. Employers and workmen; or
 
3. Workmen and workmen, which is connected with
 
a. The employment or non-employment
 
b. The terms of employment or,
 
c. The conditions of labour of any reason
 
In the ordinary language an industrial dispute is implied to mean a dispute between the workmen and the management.
 
The definition of ‘industrial dispute’ contains the following two limitations:
 
1. The adjective ‘industrial’ related the dispute to an industry as defined in the Act, and
 
2. The definition expressly states that not all sorts of disputes and differences but only those which bear upon the relationship of employers and workmen and the terms of employment and the conditions of labour, are contemplated.
 

 

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