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Name: Trade Unions Act (Ch. 361).
Country: Barbados
Subject(s): Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1964-04-01
Entry into force:
Published on: The Laws of Barbados, Chapter 361 (L.R.O. 361), pp. 3-27
ISN: BRB-1964-L-51905
Bibliography: The Laws of Barbados, Chapter 361 (L.R.O. 361), pp. 3-27
Act on-line Act on-line Cariblex, ILO Database of Labour Legislation PDF PDF (consulted on 2011-07-05)
Abstract/Citation: Consolidates the law relating to trade unions. Establishes compulsory registration of trade unions. Prohibits actions of tort against trade unions. Establishes that trade unions may purchase and sell land. Establishes regulations concerning inter alia, trade union trustees, trade union accounts and audits, union amalgamation, name changes, the submission of annual returns to the Registrar, application for funds for certain political purposes, peaceful picketing and rules concerning minors. Prohibits trade union activity involving intimidation, annoyance or activities adversely affecting employees or employers.
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