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Tuesday, 5 June 1928

In committee(Consideration resumed from 30th May, vide page 5348) :

Clause 7 -

Section seven of the principal act is repealed and the following section inserted in its stead: - "7. - (1.) Any person or organization bound by or entitled to the benefit of an award may apply to the court for an order declaring that a lockout or strike exists in an industry or in some section or part of an industry employers or employees in which are subject to the award. (3.) Where an application is made under this section the court may make an order declaring that a lockout or strike exists in the industry or in some section or part of the industry. (4.) The court may at any time revoke a declaration made under the last preceding sub-section."

Upon which Mr. Latham had moved by way of amendment -

That after the word " may ", sub-section 3. the following words be inserted - " if it thinks fit in all the circumstances of the case ".







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