Section 6 of Industrial Disputes Act 1947
Courts of Inquiry
- The proper Government may as an event emerges, by notice in the official journal comprise a court of value for enquiring into some other issue seeming, by all accounts, to be associated with or applicable to an industrial contest.
- A court may comprise of one free individual or number of such autonomous people as suitable Government may think fit and where a court comprises of at least two individuals, one of them will be named as the executive chairman.
- A court, having the endorsed majority, may dispute the nonappearance of the executive chairman or any of its individuals or any kind of vacancy in its number.
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