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The Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act, 1971

The Maharashtra Recognition of Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act, 1971





1 Short Title
2 Extent, Commencement and Application
3 Definitions
4 Industrial Court
5 Duties of Industrial Court
6 Labour Court
7 Duties of Labour Court
8 Investigating Officers
9 Duties of Investigating Officers
10 Application of Chapter III
11 Application for Recognition of Union
12 Recognition of Union
13 Cancellation of Recognition and Suspension of Rights
14 Recognition of Other Union
15 Application for Re-Recognition
16 Liability of Union or Members not relieved by cancellation
17 Publication of Order
18 Recognition of Union for more than one undertaking
19 Obligations of recognised union
20 Rights of recognised union
21 Right to appear or Act in proceedings relating of certain unfair Labour Practices
22 Rights or Unrecognised unions
23 Employees Authorised by recognised union to appear or in certain proceedings to be considered as on duty
24 Illegal Strike and Lock-Out
25 Reference of Labour Court for declaration whether Strike or Lock-Out is Illegal
26 Unfair Labour Practices
27 Prohibition on Engaging in unfair Labour Practices
28 Procedure for Dealing with Complaints relating to unfair Labour Practices
29 Parties on whom order of Court shall be binding
30 Powers of Industrial and Labour Courts
31 Consequences of Non-Appearance of Parties
32 Power of Court to decide all connected matters
33 Regulation to be made by Industrial Court
34 Execution of Order as to Costs
35 Law declared by Industrial Court to be Binding
36 Authorised Officer to appear in any proceeding before Court
37 Powers of Investigating Officers
38 Powers of Labour Court in relation to offences
39 Cogniznace of Offences
40 Powers and Procedure of Labour Courts in Trials
41 Powers of Labour Court to impose Higher Punishment
42 Appeal
43 Powers of Industrial Court
44 Industrial Court to Exercise Superintendence Over Labour Courts
45 Power of Industrial Court to Transfer Proceedings
46 Orders of Industrial or Labour Court not to be called in question in Criminal Courts
47 Penalty for Disclosure of Confidential Information
48 Contempt’s of Industrial or Labour Courts
49 Penalty for Obstructing Officers from carrying out their duties and for failure or produce documents or to comply with requisition or order
50 Recovery of Money due from Employer
51 Recovery of Fines
52 Periodical Returns to be submitted to Industrial and Labour Courts
53 Modifications of Schedules
54 Liability of Executive of Union
55 Offence Under Section 48(1) to be Cognizable
56 Certain Officers to be Public Servants
57 Protection of Action taken in good faith
58 Pending Proceedings
59 Bar of Proceedings under Bombay or Central Act
60 Bar of Suits
61 Rules


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