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Saturday, 9 June 1928

Clause 28-

Section thirty-four of the principal actis repealed and the following section inserted in its stead: - " 34. - ( 1 ) In order to prevent or settle industrial disputes the Chief Judge may appoint, for such period as he thinks proper, conciliation committees consisting of such persons as he thinks proper, and of a chairman appointed by him.

(3)   The Chief Judge, if he thinks proper, may appoint a conciliation commissioner as chairman of any conciliation committee appointed under this section.

(12)   Any person who objects to being represented by the representatives specified in any order made under the last preceding subsection may, within thirty days after the publication of the order, or such further time as is allowed" by the court, apply to the court for an order setting aside or varying that order, and the court may upon such application make an order allowing that person to appear separately or may make such other order us it thinks just.

(   13 ) All plaints, summonses, orders or other documents served upon all the representative respondents appointed by an order under sub-section (10) of this section shall be deemed to have been served upon all the interested persons specified in the order and the representative respondents shall, in the matter in relation to which they are appointed, represent all the interested persons so specified. . . . "

Section proposed to be amended -

34.   The court may temporarily refer any matters before it to a conciliation committee consisting of an equal number of representatives of employers and employees, who shall endeavour to reconcile the parties.

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