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Name: Industrial Relations Act 1973.
Country: Mauritius
Subject(s): Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1973-12-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Government Gazette, 1973-12-24, Legal Supplement
ISN: MUS-1973-L-15821
Bibliography: Government Gazette, 1973-12-24, Legal Supplement
Labour Laws of Mauritius, 1992, L. E. Venchard, Best Graphics, Mauritius, 3rd ed.
The Industrial Relations Act 1973 and subsequent amendments, 1977, The Government Printer
Act (as amended up to 2003) Act (as amended up to 2003) Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment, Mauritius (consulted on 2005-07-18)
Abstract/Citation: An Act to amend and consolidate the law relating to trade unions and the settlement of industrial disputes; to promote harmonious industrial relations; to provide for the establishment of a Permanent Arbitration Tribunal, an Industrial Relations Commission and a National Remuneration Board and to provide for matters connected with and incidental to these purposes. No. 67. Repeals the Trade Union Ordinance 1954 (No. 36 of 1954), the Trade Disputes Ordinance 1965 (LS 1965 - Maur. 1) and the Regulation of Wages and Conditions of Employment Ordinance 1961 (No. 71 of 1961).
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