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  1. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation to apply section 136 of the Labour Code concerning elections of workers' representatives to the Labour and Social Security Council, Labour Occupational Safety and Health Council, Labour Supreme Council, and to the International Labour Conference.

    Adoption: 1992-09-02 | IRN-1992-R-31808

    Approved by the Ministers' Council on 2 September 1992 to cover candidature conditions, tasks and electoral system under supervisory committees. Unofficial English translation available.

  2. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation made under section 129 of the Labour Code concerning employment of foreign citizens.

    Adoption: 1992-06-14 | IRN-1992-R-31810

    Covers the selection of members of the Technical Board for the employment of foreign citizens, and procedures for issuing, extending, renewing and cancelling work authorisations.

  3. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation concerning establishment of job classification schemes in the workplace under section 49 of the Labour Code.

    Adoption: 1992-05-02 | IRN-1992-R-31809

    Workplaces of over 500 workers must establish a job classification scheme guaranteeing equal standards for wages, promotion, and working conditions.

  4. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Act concerning workers' New Year gifts and annual bonuses

    Adoption: 1992-02-28 | Date of entry into force: 1992-03-01 | IRN-1992-L-30024

    This Act provides that employers must pay their workers the equivalent of two months' wages as a New Year gift and annual bonus, if they have completed one year of work, and if not, an amount must be paid to them on a pro-rata basis.

  5. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Employment of Revolutionary Guards. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis),1370-07-21 (1991-10-13)

    Adoption: 1991-10-13 | Date of entry into force: 1991-10-16 | IRN-1991-L-91894

    Chapter 1. Generalities and Definitions
    Chapter 2. Joining the Service
    Chapter 3. Education and Promotion
    Chapter 4. Personnel's Condition from the Perspective of Service
    Chapter 5. Instructions for personnel's discipline, rewards, punishments, and investigating complaints
    Chapter 6. End of Service
    Chapter 7. Personnel's Monthly Receipts
    Chapter 8. Retirement pensions, service pensions, and pensions
    Chapter 9. Personnel Service Affairs
    Chapter 10. Adjustment
    Chapter 11. Remaining Regulations
    Chapter 12. Application of Law to the Ministry and the General Staff

  6. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation concerning the establishment of workers' cooperative societies [1991]

    Adoption: 1991-10-05 | Date of entry into force: 1991-10-05 | IRN-1991-R-30023

    This Regulation made under section 153 of the Labour Code and approved by the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, provides for the establishment of workers' cooperative societies; their capital; the elections of their managing committees; their sectors of activity; and their number in each province.

  7. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Act on the Cooperative Sector of the Islamic Republic of Iran. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1370-06-13 (1991-09-04)

    Adoption: 1991-09-04 | Date of entry into force: 1991-09-17 | IRN-1991-L-91867

    Chapter 1 - Objectives and General Provisions of Cooperative Sector
    Chapter 2 - Membership
    Chapter 3 - Capital
    Chapter 4 - Profit and Loss Account, Profit Distribution and Other Financial Regulations
    Chapter 5 - Production and Distribution Cooperatives
    Chapter 6 - Cooperative Constituents
    Chapter 7 - Cooperative Union
    Chapter 8 - Cooperative Establishment and Registration
    Chapter 9 - Merger, Dissolution and Liquidation
    Chapter 10 - Chamber of Cooperatives
    Chapter 11 - Ministry of Cooperatives
    Chapter 12 - Other Regulations

    This Act does not repeal or change the Cooperative Societies Law of 1973. However, the Act states that all rules and regulations contradicting the provisions of this law are to be considered null and void.

  8. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Penal Code - Extracts of Code in English

    Adoption: 1991-06-30 | IRN-1991-L-31811

    Contains 497 sections and 103 notes, to be effective for an experimental period of 5 years, and is strictly based on Islamic fundamentalism "Shiit Shari'a". There are two categories of penalties: "Hudud" (fixed penalties) and "Qisas" (retribution) or "Diya" (blood-money). Hudud penalties are applied to persons committing crimes against the State, such as adultery, drinking alcohol, highway robbery, theft from a secured place, rebellion against the Islamic Authorities, and apostacy. Penalties include death by stoning or by sword, amputation, and flogging. Victims of crimes of essentially a private nature, such as murder, may exercise a right to retribution ("Qisas") or decide to accept blood-money ("Diyah").

  9. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation to apply s.164 of the Labour Code

    Adoption: 1991-04-28 | Date of entry into force: 1991-10-05 | IRN-1991-R-26626

    This Regulation provides for elections of employers' and workers' representatives to Boards of Inquiry, candidature conditions, deadlines and elections system under supervisory committees in each Province.

  10. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation concerning wages for fixed and hourly-paid employees' standards [1991]

    Adoption: 1991-04-28 | Date of entry into force: 1991-10-05 | IRN-1991-R-30022

    This Regulation made under section 35 of the Labour Code and approved by the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, prohibits employers from paying employees less than the authorised minimum wage; provides that employees shall be entitled to leave and paid holidays, and that employees working on Fridays or official holidays and leave shall be entitled to 40 per cent more than their usual pay; and provides for wages in the event of suspension of contracts.

  11. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law of the Islamic Republic of Iran concerning the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines. - Official Gazette, 1369-12-15 (1991-03-06), No. 13429

    Adoption: 1991-03-06 | Date of entry into force: 1991-03-26 | IRN-1991-L-91874

    This laws sets out the functions and powers of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines. Its sets out the different bodies of the Chamber as well as the Board of Delegates and the Board of Directors.

  12. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Labour Law (Labour Code). (قانون کار) - Law in English Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1990-11-20 | IRN-1990-L-21843

    This is the first labour code of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Its 203 sections cover contracts, conditions of employment, occupational safety and health, inspection, training, employment services, workers' and employers organisations, collective bargaining and agreements, welfare services for workers and their families, mediated dispute settlement, and the establishment of a Supreme Labour Council. Many sections are followed by an explanatory note clarifying technical or procedural details. Section 6 prohibits forced labour and provides for the right freely to choose an occupation subject to the principles of Islam, public policy and the rights of other persons. Special provisions are made for night work; arduous, underground and dangerous work; one month's special pilgrimage leave once in a worker's lifetime; the working conditions of women and young persons (i.e.workers between 15 and 18 years of age, the employment of those under 15 being prohibited); etc. Section 130, which introduces Chapter VI on workers' and employers' organisations, stipulates that "the workers ... may establish Islamic societies and associations" to disseminate Islamic culture, to defend the achievements of the Islamic Revolution, etc. Section 131 provides that workers and employers may set up "guilds or trade unions". (Labour Law Documents 1991/3, 1991-IRN 1). English translation published as: Labour Law of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Tehran: Labour and Social Security Institute, 1993), 123p. Available in DOC.NORMES.

  13. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Unemployment Insurance Law 1369/6/26 (September 1990) - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1990 | IRN-1990-L-72341

    Provides unemployment benefit for persons who lose their employment through no fault of thier own and who have contributed to the insurance fund for at least six months. Retired persons or persons who are totally disabled, the self-employed and the voluntarily insured, and foreigners residing in Iran are not covered by the Law. In relation to contribution period, the benefit shall be:
    6-24 months: 6 months benefit (single); 12 months (with dependents)
    25-120 months: 12 months benefit (single); 18 months (with dependents)
    121-180 months: 18 months benefit (single); 26 months (with dependents)
    181-240 months: 26 months benefit (single); 36 months (with dependents)
    more than 241 months: 36 months benefit (single); 50 months (with dependents) (maximum)

    Benefit shall be 55% of average daily wage or salary in last 90 days of employment. This amount shall be increased by 10% for each dependent, for a maximum benefit of no more than 80% of the base wage.

  14. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Retirement of the Disabled War Veterans and Persons Employed in General, Arduous and Hazardous Occupations who are Injured. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1367-09-01 (1988-10-22)

    Adoption: 1988-10-22 | Date of entry into force: 1988-10-30 | IRN-1988-L-91855

    Sets forth provisions for retirement of disabled war veterans, as well as persons with disabilities in the general population, persons who have job related disabilities, or those who fallen ill as a result of their job. Provides for the procedures for retirement applications after twenty years of acceptable service upon their written request and approval of the application by the Administrative Council.

  15. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Act on Punishment of Smugglers of People Amending Certain Articles of the Passport Act and the Act on Entry and Residence of Foreigners in Iran. - Unofficial English translation (excerpts)

    Adoption: 1988 | IRN-1988-L-84311

    Provides penalties for those who smuggle or traffic in persons.

  16. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Press Law By-Law of 1987. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1987-01-31 | IRN-1987-L-84313

    Chapter 1: Definition and Specifications of the Press
    Chapter 2: Requirements for Issuance of License and Permit for Publications
    Chapter 3: Issues the Press (License Holders and Managing Directors) Are Obligated to Observe
    Chapter 4: Other Regulations

  17. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Press Law, 1986. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1986-03-19 | IRN-1986-L-84312

    Chapter I - Definition of the Press
    Chapter II - Mission of the Press
    Chapter III - Rights of the Press
    Chapter IV - Limits of the Press
    Chapter V - Qualifications of an Applicant and Stages of Issuing a Licence
    Chapter VI - Violations

  18. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law Granting the Guardianship of Minors or Mentally Impaired Children to their Mothers. - Official Gazette, 1364-05-06 (1985-06-28), No. 11789

    Adoption: 1985-07-28 | Date of entry into force: 1985-08-04 | IRN-1985-L-91681

    According to the Law the guardianship for minor or children with mental disabilities whose fathers have died or were martyrs shall be granted to their mothers.

    Living costs for these children shall be met either by the inherited property of the mother or if insufficient, an allowance shall be paid by the government or revolutionary bodies and put at the disposal of their mothers. A court may rule that the mother is not competent to assume guardianship of the children.

  19. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Sending Students Abroad. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1364-01-25 (1985-04-14)

    Adoption: 1985-04-14 | Date of entry into force: 1985-04-25 | IRN-1985-L-91696

    Sets up preconditions under which students can be sent abroad for study. Article 3 (Note 1), inter alia, provides that female students having Bachelor and higher degrees are allowed to be sent abroad for studying only in company of their husbands.

  20. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Formation of Islamic Labour Councils. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1363-10-30 (1985-01-20)

    Adoption: 1985-01-20 | Date of entry into force: 1985-01-24 | IRN-1985-L-91492

    Defines the objective, composition and functioning of the Labour Council, as well as its duties and powers.

    Chapter 1 - General Principles
    Chapter 2 - Duties and Powers of the Islamic Labour Council
    Chapter 3 - Authority Identifying Violations
    Chapter 4 - Issues Regarding Human Resources

  21. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations relative to artisanal fishing in the Persian Gulf. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1984-06 | IRN-1984-R-84322

    These Regulations provide for fishing by artisanal fishermen by using traditional fishing gears within a 12 mile limit of the territorial waters and specified areas for trap laying areas (regs. 3.1. and 3.2). Certain methods of fishing are prohibited in specified areas (regs. 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5). Regulation 3.6 provides for fishing by traditional bottom trawlers, provisions of regulation 7 provide for the non-interference of commercial fishing with artisanal fishing. (7 regulations)

  22. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations relative to fishing in the Oman Sea. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1984-06 | IRN-1984-R-84323

    These Regulations are divided into 3 Chapters: Industrial fishing activities in the Oman Sea (1); Catching shrimp by the industrial fishing sector in the Oman Sea (2); Catching fish and shrimp by the traditional sector in the Oman Sea. Provisions specify maximum limits of admitted tonnage for bottom trawlers (reg. 1.1), mesh size of trawl wings, cod and apron (regs. 1.3, and 3.2 and 3.3) and areas in which fishing is allowed (regs. 1.4, 1.5 and 3.1).

  23. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations relative to shrimp catching by the industrial fishing sector in the Persian Gulf. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1984-06 | IRN-1984-R-84324

    Regulation 2.1 prescribes that the overall number of bottom trawlers for shrimp catching should be "stabilized at the present level". In regulation 2.2 the season for shrimp catching is specified. Industrial fishing vessels are allowed to fish with standard nets beyond a six miles zone from the coastline (reg. 2.3). In regulation 2.4 mesh size of trawl wings, cod and apron are specified (4 regulations)

  24. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations relative to shrimp catching by the traditional sector in the Persian Gulf. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1984-06 | IRN-1984-R-84325

    These Regulations specify particulars with respect to the use of nets by traditional fishermen and the season in which catching is allowed. (4 regulations)

  25. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Women's Part-Time Service - Official Gazette, 1362-09-10 (1983-12-01),  No. 11316

    Adoption: 1983-12-01 | Date of entry into force: 1983-12-01 | IRN-1983-L-91695

    Sets up a procedure based on which women employees, upon their own request and with the consent of their highest supervisor, can apply for half-time service. Applies to female employees only in the public sector, civil service and public enterprises.

  26. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Agricultural Products Insurance. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1362-03-01 (1983-05-22)

    Adoption: 1983-05-22 | Date of entry into force: 1983-06-16 | IRN-1983-L-91764

    Provides for the establishment of the Agricultural Products Insurance Fund within the framework of the Agricultural Bank in order to indemnify farmers for lost revenue due to products damaged or lost due to natural disasters and pests etc. The Law enables the Fund to become operational for each product in each region throughout the country.

  27. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Executive Regulations of the Parties Law, 1981. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1982-06-20 | IRN-1982-R-84315

    Chapter One: Formation of Groups
    Chapter Two: The Article 10 Commission of the Parties Law
    Chapter Three: Holding Marches and Assemblies in Public Squares and Parks
    Chapter Four: Religious Minorities

  28. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Qualifications of the Judges of the Justice Department. - Official Gazette, 1361-02-14 (1982-05-04), No. 10855

    Adoption: 1982-05-04 | Date of entry into force: 1982-05-04 | IRN-1982-L-91824

    Determines that potential male candidates must fulfill the following criteria in order to be appointed as a judge. The candidate must be:
    1. committed to Islam and the Islamic Republic of Iran;
    2. of legitimate birth;
    3. an Iranian citizenship and have finished their military service or have a legal exemption;
    4. capable of working and not being addicted to any kinds of drugs;
    5. a graduates of a law school, faculty of theology or seminary.

  29. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Parties Law, 1981. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1981-08-29 | IRN-1981-L-84314

    Chapter One: Definitions
    Charter Two: Rights of Groups

  30. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on the Activities of Political and Professional Parties, Groups and Organizations and Islamic Associations or Recognized Religious Minorities. - Official Gazette, 1360-06-07 (1981-08-29), No. 10676 Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1981-08-29 | IRN-1981-L-91803

    Defines the legal status, rights and activities of political and professional parties, groups, organizations, Islamic associations or recognized religious minorities.

    Article 6 sets up the terms and conditions for organizing public demonstrations. Article 10 establishes a Commission responsible for monitoring the activities of the groups.
    Under Article 16 groups shall refrain from committing the following activities:
    a) Actions which will jeopardize the country sovereignty;
    b) Any contact, information exchange, collusion and conspiracy with embassies, representatives, government agencies, and political parties of foreign countries in any way that is harmful to the freedom, independence, national unity, and interests of the Islamic Republic of Iran;
    c) Receiving any financial and material assistance from foreigners;
    d) Violation of the legitimate freedom of others;
    e) Spreading accusations, slanders, and rumors;
    f) Damaging national unity and actions resulting in disintegration of the country;
    g) Provoking divisions within the different sectors of the nation by manipulating cultural, religious, and racial differences present in Iranian society;
    h) Damaging Islamic principles and the fundamentals of the Islamic Republic;
    i) Anti-Islamic propaganda and spreading deviant books and publications;
    j) Hiding, storing and carrying illegal weapons and ammunition.

  31. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Regulations on the Evaluation of Certificates and Admission of Iraqi Expellees Wishing to Study in the Iranian Universities. - Unofficial English translation Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1981-03-14 | IRN-1981-L-84316

    The following measures and regulations shall be adopted for the implementation of Decrees No. 6296 (1981), No. 32231-M and also the amendment No 128170 (1982) of the Council of Ministers. Their adoption is also for the purpose of providing necessary facilities for the evaluation of
    documents and continuation of studies of Iraqi expellees in the universities and institutes of higher education in Iran.

  32. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Constitution

    Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran. - Constitution (in English) Constitution (in English)

    Adoption: 1979-10-24 | IRN-1979-C-42162

    Ratified 24 October 1979 and amended to 28 July 1989. The Preamble describes the history of the Islamic Revolution and the ideological principles of the Constitution. Chapter I contains general principles, including: the role of divine revelation in setting forth laws (Art. 2(2)); the Twelver Ja'fari school of Islam as the official religion of Iran (Art. 12); and the respect of human rights of non-Muslims who refrain from activities against Islam and Iran (Art. 14). Chapter III defines the rights of the people, including: the equality of men and women before law, in conformity with Islamic criteria (Art. 20); freedom of the press (Art. 24); freedom of assembly (Arts. 26-27); the right to social security, old-age, disability, unemployment and retirement benefits (Art. 29); and education (Art. 30). Article 38 prohibits torture. Chapter IV outlines the Economy and Financial Affairs. Large industries such as banking, mining, and insurance are part of the state sector. Enterprises concerned with production and distribution form part of the cooperative sector. Agriculture and lesser trades and services form the private sector (Art. 44). Article 47 assures private ownership. Chapter VI establishes the legislative power: the Islamic Consultative Assembly and the Guardian Council. The latter is composed of twelve members versed in Islamic law who are to insure the conformity of national laws with Islam (Art. 91). Chapter VII establishes local councils. Chapter VIII provides for the Leader or Leadership Council. An Assembly of Experts shall declare one of its members as Leader, who assumes the powers of the "wilayat al-amr". The Leader may, inter alia, appoint and dismiss members of the Guardian Council. He also exercises the power of the supreme judicial authority of the nation and assumes the supreme command of the armed forces and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (Art. 110). Chapter IX outlines the duties of the President and Council of Ministers. Chapter XI establishes the Judiciary and Supreme Court.

  33. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations respecting holidays and leave pay for agricultural workers employed on piece work.

    Adoption: 1976-12-23 | IRN-1976-R-13577

  34. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations respecting councils for the settlement of disputes.

    Adoption: 1976-12-23 | IRN-1976-R-13578

    Regional councils for the settlement of disputes in agriculture.

  35. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Social Security Law. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1975-06-24 | IRN-1975-L-14248

    Chapter 1: Definitions
    Chapter 2: Organs and organization
    Chapter 3: Sources of income - Basis for calculation of contributions and manner of collection
    Chapter 4: Financial provisions
    Chapter 5: Accidents, illness, pregnancy and confinement
    Chapter 6: Disability
    Chapter 7: Retirement
    Chapter 8: Death
    Chapter 9: Marriage grant and family allowances
    Chapter 10: Grant regulations for benefits
    Chapter 11: Violations, criminal provisions
    Chapter 12: Miscellaneous

  36. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations on Environmental Protection Law. - Regulations in Farsi

    Adoption: 1975-03-01 | IRN-1975-R-84326

    These Regulations were adopted in accordance with article 21 of the Environmental protection Law. The text is divided into 9 Chapters. "National parks", "Natural resources", "Wildlife shelters", "Important protected areas" have been defined in Chapter I. Basic principles and rules, which govern these areas and their limitations, have been defined in Chapter II. Remaining chapters spell out provisions for strengthening the prevention, control on hunting, shooting, and grazing in these designated areas. Sections on regulations concerning inspection of polluting units, emphasis on promotion of environmental education and formulation of standards for improving environmental quality with cooperation of relevant organization are also included in this text.

  37. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Environmental Protection Law. - Law in Farsi

    Adoption: 1974-06-02 | IRN-1974-L-84327

    The Environmental Protection Law specifies rules and measures for the protection and management of the environment. The objectives of this Law, consisting of 21 articles, are the protection and improvement of the environment. Appropriate measures must be taken by the department of Environment (DOE) and the High Council for Environmental Protection in order to: (a) Preserve the ecological balance; (b) Prevent and control waste and noise pollution considered harmful to the environment; (c) Establish a system of supervision and monitoring for wildlife and marine resources; (d) Conduct environmental scientific research aimed at protecting and improving the environment; (e) Adopt effective measures against polluting units in order to prevent air, water, and soil pollution; (f) Arrange public training courses in order to raise awareness about environmental protection and improvement; and (g) Establish limitations for hunting and shooting in some protected areas. Designated local authorities shall cooperate with DOE and cooperation should also be established between DOE and relevant International Organizations.

  38. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Social Insurance Regulations on Foreign Nationals, 1972

    Adoption: 1972-01-24 | IRN-1972-R-55222

    Governs social insurance with respect to foreign national working in Iran. Establishes that foreign nationals who engage in employment in Iran are liable for social insurance in the same way as Iranian workers with the exception of foreign nationals working for a non-profit organization. Legislates that Iranian workers employed for foreign non-profit orgnaizations are liable for social insurance as are any other Iranian workers. Sets the insurance premium for foreign staff as nine per cent of the worker's salary. Provides for employment accident benefits to foreign nationals. Provides for compensation to foreign workers with regard to lost wages due to the use of artificial limbs resulting from an industrial accident. Provides foreign workers with pension coverage.

  39. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    The Cooperative Societies Law of 1973.

    Adoption: 1971-06-10 | IRN-1971-L-32316

  40. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - International agreement

    Protocole relatif au régime d'assurances sociales des étudiants iraniens en France. Fait à Paris.

    Adoption: 1971-04-07 | Date of entry into force: 1972-07-01 | INT-1971-IA-26032

  41. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on Putting Production on a Cooperative Footing and Consolidating Lands in the Operation Areas of Rural Cooperative Societies

    Adoption: 1971-03-30 | IRN-1971-L-40393

    Provides for a program of consolidation of arable lands. Accordingly, the Ministry of Land Reforestation and Rural Cooperation may give to cooperative societies part of the uncultivated lands belonging to the Government. Cooperative societies are given priority of access to all governmental programs.

  42. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Operative Regulations concerning the Law of Putting Production on a Cooperative Footing and Consolidating the Lands in the Operation Areas of Rural Cooperative Societies

    Adoption: 1971 | IRN-1971-L-40394

    Implements the Law in areas known as development poles. Provides criteria to allocate the development budget to programs' implementing operations and regulates the use of the land by cooperative societies as well as by their members.

  43. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Commercial Code, 1969. - Code in English

    Adoption: 1969-03-15 | IRN-1969-L-79503

    Chapter 1 - Definition and Formation of Joint Stock Companies
    Chapter 2 - Shares
    Chapter 3 - Conversion of Shares
    Chapter 4 - Debentures
    Chapter 5 - General Meetings
    Chapter 6 - Board of Directors
    Chapter 7 - Inspectors
    Chapter 8 - Alteration of Capital
    Chapter 9 - Winding-up and Liquidation
    Chapter 10 - Accounts
    Chapter 11 - Penal Provisions
    Chapter 12 - Miscellaneous Provisions Governing Joint Stock Companies

  44. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Bill for Formation of Farm Corporations.

    Adoption: 1969 | IRN-1969-L-40395

    Provides for the formation of Farm Corporations (Joint Stock Companies) whose shareholders are essentially the landowners. The shareholders shall transfer to the company their exclusive rights on utilisation of their land. These companies are entitled to receive the exclusive right of the Government to utilize uncultivated lands.

  45. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Act for the Formation of the Ministry of Land Reforms and Rural Cooperatives.

    Adoption: 1968 | IRN-1968-L-40396

  46. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Law on the Employment of Public Servants. - Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis), 1345-03-31 (1966-06-21) Civil Service Pension Fund

    Adoption: 1966-06-21 | Date of entry into force: 1966-06-21 | IRN-1966-L-91886

    Chapter 1 - General Provisions
    Chapter 2 - Recruitment and Appointment
    Chapter 3 - Salaries and Benefits of State Employees
    Chapter 4 - Organisation and Management of Training Programs
    Chapter 5 - Provision of Health Care and Rest for State Employees
    Chapter 6 - Public Duties of Employees
    Chapter 7 - Protection of Employees' Labour Rights
    Chapter 8 - Retirement and Pension
    Chapter 9 - Establishment of State Organization for Administration and Employment Affairs
    Chapter 10 - Miscellaneous Provisions
    Chapter 11 - Employees Status under this Law

  47. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    The Council of Ministers' Decree amending the Workers' Social Insurance Act of 1960 as approved on 10 May 1963.

    Adoption: 1963-07-13 | IRN-1963-R-50162

    Available in English.

  48. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    Agricultural Labour Act (03/07/1353)

    Adoption: 1934-10-12 | IRN-1353-L-55224

    Regulates employment in agriculture. Defines agricultural work. Establishes that agricultural labour contracts may be verbal or written. Does not apply the act to state employees or blood relatives of the employer. Governs salaries and wages. Establishes that wages are to be paid in accordance to the labour contract, with the last payment to be made no later than the date of expiration of the contract. Legislates that the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs is to set minimum wages for agricultural workers in consultation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources as well as the Ministry of Cooperative Activities and Handicrafts. Establishes equal wages for male and female workers. States that wages are to be paid before all other debts of an employer. Governs labour contracts. States that contracts are not to violate regulations made in the act. Provides for a thirty-day notice before the dissolution of contracts. Regulates the termination of employment. Establishes the Supreme Agricultural Labour Council in order to make agricultural labour regulations. Sets the composition of the council. Prohibits the employment of children under the age of twelve in the agricultural sector.

  49. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Law, Act

    The Civil Code of Iran. - Code in English

    Adoption: 1928-05 | IRN-1928-L-42163

    Enacted 1928-36 and amended in 1969 and 1982-83. Volume I deals with the ownership and acquisition of property. Book 2 Part II covers contracts, transactions and obligations. Subsection 3 of this part covers contracts of employment. A servant or worker who finishes a contract and continues to be employed by the same employer shall be entitled to the same wages and conditions as his previous contract (ss. 514-515). Volume II contains provisions on individuals, including nationality (Book 2), marriage and divorce (Book 7), and children (Book 8). Volume III contains provisions on evidence and substantiation of claims.

  50. Iran (Islamic Republic of) - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Rules of Procedure of the Supreme Agricultural Labour Council

    Adoption: 1353-07-03 | IRN-1353-R-55225

    Governs procedure of the Supreme Agricultural Labour Council. Establishes that the council is to meet at least once every two months. Sets voting procedures. Establishes the responsibilities of specific members of the council. Governs minutes of meetings. Provides for the establishment of special committees

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