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  1. Sri Lanka - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Indian Immigrant Labour Regulations (Consolidation).

    Adoption: 1923-07-13 | LKA-1923-R-67606

    Chapter I: Fees payable by employers of estates paying acreage fees
    Chapter II: Fees payable by private employers not paying acreage fees
    Chapter III: Government Departments

  2. Sri Lanka - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Indian Immigrant Labour Ordinance (No. 1 of 1923). - Department of Labour

    Adoption: 1923-04-11 | LKA-1923-R-37389

    This Act sets up a Department of Indian Immigrant Labour headed by a Commissioner of Labour charged with, inter alia, the obligation to supervise the recruitment, immigration, conditions of work and repatriation of Indian immigrants (defined to include dependants). Provides for the appointment of an Emigration Commissioner specifically charged with the supervision and control of the recruitment of Indian labour. Recruitment of Indian labourers is subjected to a licensing requirement. Licences are granted at the discretion of the Emigration Commissioner. Authorizes the Government of India to appoint an agent for the purpose of safe-guarding the interests of Indian immigrant labourers in Sri Lanka. Establishes an Immigration Fund to finance the recruitment and the introduction of Indian immigrant labourers in Sri Lanka and regulates how it is to be financed and used. In case of termination of employment on grounds of health, unsuitability for the work in question or unjust treatment by the employer, the labourer (and his dependants) shall be repatriated free of cost. The duration of employment contracts for Indian immigrant labourers are limited to one month.

  3. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Chauffeur Regulation Ordinance (No. 23 of 1912).

    Adoption: 1912-09-09 | LKA-1912-L-50768

    Applies the Service Contracts Ordinance (No. 11 of 1865) to chauffeurs. As amended through 1980.

  4. Sri Lanka - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Medical Wants Ordinance (No. 9 of 1912) (Consolidation). - Department of Labour

    Adoption: 1912-07-12 | LKA-1912-R-67529

    Chapter I: Preliminary (sections 1 and 2)
    Chapter II: Organization of Estates Medical Districts (sections 3 to 5)
    Chapter III: Duties of Medical Officers (sections 6 and 7)
    Chapter IV: Rights, Duties and Obligations of Superintendents (sections 9 to 13)
    Chapter V: Recovery of Charges (sections 14 to 24)
    Chapter VI: Medical Wants Committee (sections 25 to 27)
    Chapter VII: Financial Provisions (sections 28 to 31)
    Chapter VIII: Miscellaneous (sections 32 to 34)

  5. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Houses of Detention Ordinance (Cap. 33). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1907-05-20 | LKA-1907-L-110646

    This Ordinance provides for the establishment of Houses of Detention for vagrants and makes it lawful to detain homeless people or those that are deemed to be "vagrants" under the law.

  6. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Widows' and Orphans' Pension Fund Ordinance (Chapter 431) (Ordinance No. 1 of 1898). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1898-06-02 | LKA-1898-L-92321

    This Ordinance amends and consolidates the Law providing for the granting of survivors benefits to widows and orphans of deceased public officers in Sri Lanka.

  7. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Societies Ordinance (No. 16 of 1891) (Chapter 141).

    Adoption: 1891-12-13 | LKA-1891-L-50751

    Provides for the registration of mutual societies, including provident and thrift societies. As amended through 1980.

  8. Sri Lanka - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Estate Labour (Indian) Ordinance (No. 13 of 1889). - Department of Labour

    Adoption: 1889-10-31 | LKA-1889-R-37390

    This Ordinance, incorporating all changes through 1979, amends and consolidates the law relating to Indian Labourers employed on Sri Lanka estates. A "labourer" is defined to include "kangany" (Indian coolies) and "Tulicans" (a group of Muslims). Limits contracts of employment, verbal, implied or written, to one month. Regulates how verbal contracts are to be construed, and specifies that written employment contracts longer than one month must comply with the Service Contracts Ordinance. Specifies the means of payment of wages and the priority given to unpaid wages before other debts. Labourers are given standing to sue in Primary Courts to recover unpaid wages. Grants immunity from arrest in execution of a debt. Requires employers to prepare and keep a complete register of labourers and to fulfil other registration requirements.

  9. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Penal Code (Ordinance No. 2 of 1883). - Penal Code

    Adoption: 1883 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1885-01-01 | LKA-1883-L-67628

  10. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Prisons Ordinance (Cap. 54). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1878-05-01 | LKA-1878-L-94343

  11. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Registration of Domestic Servants Ordinance (No. 28 of 1871) (Chapter 173). - Registration of Domestic Servants Ordinance

    Adoption: 1871-12-29 | LKA-1871-L-50769

  12. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Service Contracts Ordinance (No. 11 of 1865). - Department of Labour

    Adoption: 1866-07-01 | LKA-1866-L-50767

    Provides for employment contracts for servants.

  13. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Police Ordinance (No. 16 of 1865) - Police Ordinance (as amended up to 1984)

    Adoption: 1865 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1866-01-01 | LKA-1865-L-67629

  14. Sri Lanka - - Loi

    Vagrants Ordinance (Cap. 32). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1842-01-01 | LKA-1842-L-110647

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