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Andhra Pradesh Industrial Disputes Rules, 1958

August 23, 2010
In India, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is the main legislation for investigation and settlement of all industrial disputes. The Act enumerates the contingencies when a strike or lock-out can be lawfully resorted to, when they can be declared illegal or unlawful, conditions for laying off, retrenching, discharging or dismissing a workman, circumstances under which an industrial unit can be closed down and several other matters related to industrial employees and employers.   In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 38 of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (Central Act XIV of 1947) the Governor of Andhra Pradesh made the Rules to be in force in Andhra Pradesh. >>Go to Policy & GOs
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