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Section 77 – Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

 

 

77. COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS. –

 

(1) The proceedings before an Employees’ Insurance Court shall be commenced by application.

 

1 (1A) Every such application shall be made within a period of three years from the date on which the cause of action arose.

 

Explanation : For the purpose of this sub-section, –

 

(a) the cause of action in respect of a claim for benefit shall not be deemed to arise unless the insured person or in the case of dependants’ benefit, the dependants of the insured person claims or claim that benefit in accordance with the regulations made in that behalf within a period of twelve months after the claim became due or within such further period as the Employees’ Insurance Court may allow on grounds which appear to it to be reasonable;

 

2(b) the cause of action in respect of a claim by the Corporation for recovering contributions (including interest and damages) from the principal employer shall be deemed to have arisen on the date on which such claim is made by the Corporation for the first time : Provided that no claim shall be made by the Corporation after five years of the period to which the claim relates;

 

(c) the cause of action in respect of a claim by the principal employer for recovering contributions from an immediate employer shall not be deemed to arise till the date by which the evidence of contributions having been paid s due to be received by the Corporation under the regulation.

 

(2) Every such application shall be in such form and shall contain such particulars and shall be accompanied by such fee, if any, as may be prescribed by rules made by the State Government in consultation with the Corporation.

 

COMMENTS

 

(i) For disablement benefit, ESIC should be approached first; Radhey Shyam v. Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, (1989) 58 FLR 133 (MP).

 

(ii) An insured employee cannot claim “disablement benefit” from the Employees’ Insurance Court without first approaching the E.S.I.C.; Radhey Shyam v. Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, (1989) 58 FLR 133 (MP).

 

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1. Ins. by Act 44 of 1966, sec. 33 (w.e.f. 28-1-1968).

 

2. Subs. by Act 29 of 1989, sec. 30, for clause (b) (w.e.f. 20-10-1989).

 

 

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