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Mar 13 2008 (HC)

Shramik Utkarsha Sabha a Trade Union Registered Under the Trade Unions ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2008(3)BomCR770; (2008)IIILLJ167Bom

..... by the member, industrial court, in application (mrtu) no. 12 of 2003.2. the petitioner is a trade union registered under the trade unions act, 1926 and is also a recognised union under section 12 of the maharashtra recognition of trade unions and prevention of unfair labour practices act, 1971, hereinafter referred to as 'the act'. respondent no. 1 which is a company duly registered under the provisions of the companies ..... act, 1956, has its undertaking at goregaon (east), mumbai. respondent no. 2 is also a trade union registered under the trade unions act, 1926. respondent ..... no. 2 made an application before the industrial court under section 14 of the act alleging that it has the majority membership of the employees working in the undertaking .....

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Aug 28 2006 (SC)

B. Srinivasa Reddy Vs. Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2006SC3106; JT2006(8)SC293; 2006(6)KarLJ457; 2006(8)SCALE710; (2006)11SCC731

..... clause 2 (q)(q) in the i.d. act w.e.f. 21.08.1984 defining a trade union to mean a trade union registered under the trade unions act. 1926.the high court, in our opinion, miserably ..... own.22. we shall now advert to the provisions of the industrial disputes act with reference to the registration of trade unions. section 2(q)(q) defines trade union which means a trade union registered under the trade unions act, 1926 (16 of 1926). section 36 of the industrial disputes act, 1947 says that the workman who is a party to dispute shall be ..... -iii of the trade unions act, 1926 sets out rights and liabilities of the registered trade unions. under the said enactment, an unregistered trade union or a trade union whose registration has been cancelled has no manner of right whatsoever even the rights available under the i.d. act have been limited only to those trade unions which are registered under the trade unions act 1926 by insertion of ..... which reads thus:it is hereby certified that the karnataka nagar neru sarbaraju mathu olcharandi noukarar sangha, dharwa. has been registered under the indian trade unions act, 1926.dated: 20th january 2005sd/deputy registrar of trade unionsassistant labour commissioner,dharwad division, hubli.21. in parents teachers association and ors. v. chairman, kendriya vidyalaya sangathan and ors. , speaking .....

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Apr 01 1969 (HC)

Ahmedabad Miscellaneous Industrial Workers' Union Vs. the Electricity ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1970)11GLR628; (1970)IILLJ716Guj

..... would be convenient at this stage to refer briefly to a few relevant provisions of the indian trade unions act, 1926 and the bombay industrial relations act, 1946. the indian trade unions act, 1926 provides in a fasculus of sections for registration of trade unions. every application for registration of a trade union, says s. 5, shall be made to the registrar and it shall be accompanied by a ..... the village of sabarmati (hereinafter referred to as the local area of ahmedabad) under s. 14 of the bombay industrial relations act, 1946. the first respondent union is also a trade union registered under the provisions of the indian trade union act, 1926. it was registered in the name of the ahmedabad electricity co., ltd., mazdoor sabha on 20th december 1967 under certificate no. ..... are members or not. section 3(33) defines 'representative union' to mean a union for the time being registered as a representative union under the act. section 13(1) provides for registration of a representative union and says that any union, and union here means a trade union, registered under the indian trade unions act, 1926 by reason of the definition of 'union', in s. 3(38) : '...... which has for ..... not having been made with the consent of not less than two thirds of the total number of the members of the first respondent union, was invalid by reason of s. 23 of the indian trade unions act, 1926, and, in any event, even if valid, it was not effective at the date of the application since it was not registered .....

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Jan 08 1951 (HC)

Raja Kulkarni Vs. State of Bombay

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : AIR1951Bom105; (1951)53BOMLR333; ILR1951Bom318

..... form a living union. in order that the union should be living, it must have a right to ..... right to form a trade union includes a right to ..... is nothing in the industrial relations act which prevents any one from forming any trade union. as a matter of fact, the union, of which the applts. are the president & the secretaries has been registered as a trade union under the indian trade union act, 1926, & there is nothing in the industrial relations act which invalidates the registration of the trade union or renders the union an illegal union. it is contended, however, that the .....

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Mar 24 1999 (HC)

B.P.L. Group of Companies Karmikara Sangha (Registered), Bangalore Vs. ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2001(2)KarLJ329; (2000)ILLJ71Kant

..... and the government of each part b state, except the government of jammu and kashmir with their consent, the functions of the central government under the indian trade unions act, 1926 (16 of 1926), in relation to trade unions whose objects are not confined to and whose head office is situated in that state'.it is thus clear that the president has entrusted the functions of ..... is pleased with effect from april 1, 1941, to entrust to the government of each province, with its consent, the functions of the central government under the indian trade unions act, 1926 (xvi of 1926) in relation to trade unions whose objects are not confined to, and whose head office is situated in that province'. 'thereafter, by a notification no. l-3006(1) and (2), dated ..... there is no reference to the notification issued by the president of india under article 258 of the constitution entrusting the functions of the central government under the indian trade unions act, 1926 to the states with the exception mentioned therein and the subsequent notifications issued by the erstwhile government of mysore as the commissioner of labour in mysore as the registrar ..... pradesh, by a notification no. 1894(l)(4)/xviii-42/38, dated july 13, 1944 directed that 'in exercise of the powers conferred by section 29 of the indian trade unions act, 1926 (16 of 1926), the governor is pleased to order that the regulations published under government notification no. 1659/18-681, dated september 15, 1927 shall apply also to .....

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Dec 04 1987 (HC)

Indian Express Newspapers (Bombay) Pvt. Ltd. Vs. T.M. Nagarajan and or ...

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1987(15)DRJ212; 1988LabIC1067; 1988RLR194

..... disturbed. (13) first question which arises for consideration is whether the jurisdiction of civil courts is barred under the provisions as contained in section 18 of the trade unions act, 1926. section 18 of the trade unions act. 1926 reads as under : '18. immunity from civil suit in certain cases-(1) no suit or other legal proceeding shall be maintainable in any civil court against ..... of calcutta high court, their lordships were interpreting the provisions as contained in sections 17 and 18 of the trade unions act, 1926 which grants certain exemption to members of the trade union. their lordships have held that there ale no express provisions in the trade unions act regulating strikes or picketing. but these are recognised weapons in armoury of labour. the word 'strike' in its ..... that the present suit is maintainable as cause of action for filing the present suit is not against the peaceful strike. he further submits that section 18 of the trade unions act 1926 is not applicable to the facts and circumstances of the present case. he has invited my attention to the allegations made in the plaint, more particularly in parapraphs 3 ..... counsel appearing for the defendants, in the first place, contends that the present suit is not maintainable and the same is barred under the provisions as contained in the trade unions act, 1926. she submits that it is the legitimate right of employees to go on strike. in the present case, the employees went on strike after serving a legal notice as .....

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Dec 04 1998 (HC)

Neyveli National Workers Union (Regd.No.286/Sat). Rep. by Its General ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1999(1)CTC301; [1999(81)FLR1008]; (1999)ILLJ308Mad; (1999)IMLJ424

..... does not contain such words.15. as we have already seen, the cancellation of registration can be made under the conditions stated under section 10 of the trade union act, 1926. but before action is taken under section 10 for cancellation of the registration, notice contemplated under sec.10 ought to have been sent informing the appellant about ..... in the high court; and thirdly, even though there is a specific provision for prosecution for not sending the statements as required under section 10 of the trade unions act, 1926, the certificate of registration can be cancelled.11. the learned senior counsel thiru.r.krishamoorthy, appearing on behalf of the counsel for the petitioners contended that as ..... is extracted below:-form d'office of the registrar of trade unions for the presidency of madras place..... (trade unions act, 1926 (xvi of 1926).notice before withdrawal or cancellation of certificate of registration under clause (b) of section 10 of the act...........trade union.register no.notice is hereby given to the abovementioned trade union that it is the intention of the registrar to proceed ..... impugned order has been passed by the first respondent cancelling the registration of the neyveli national workers union, the first appellant herein.3. the case of the first appellant is that the first appellant union was registered under the trade unions act, 1926, affiliated to indian national trade union congress (for short 'tntuc') having its head office at g.r. bhawan, ii floor, .....

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Mar 20 1981 (HC)

Federation of Western India Cine Employees Vs. Filmalaya Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1981)83BOMLR423; (1981)IILLJ393Bom

..... incorporated in the letter dated may 3, 1980. according to the plaintiffs the first defendants, which is a federation and the second defendant which is a trade union are registered under the indian trade unions act, 1926. in the course of the plaintiffs' business the filmalaya studio was hired to various producers of the films and the plaintiffs used to give facilities such as ..... the said notice of motion. a contention was raised by the defendants that the present suit in barred in view of the provisions of s. 18 of the indian trade unions act, 1926. it was further contended that on two earlier occasions in the proceedings filed at their instance the plaintiffs, failed to get necessary injunction either from the city court or ..... sound recording, cameras, setting and lighting and for that purpose the plaintiffs had employed several workmen. by a letter dated december 11, 1979 the union made various demands ..... employees and while exercising its jurisdiction under o.xxxix of the code of civil procedure, the court cannot restrain them from carrying on their legitimate trade union activities which is their legal right under the trade unions act as well as under art. 19 of the constitution of india. both the parties filed their detailed affidavits in support of their contentions. after .....

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Feb 04 1992 (HC)

Regional Manager M.S.R.T.C. Vs. Civil Judge, Senior Division and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1994)ILLJ140Bom

..... the jurisdiction of the court to try a matter relating to a member of the trade union.2. the non-applicant no. 2 is an union of the employees engaged in the applicant's establishment. the union is registered under the provisions of the trade unions act, 1926 (hereinafter referred to 'the act of 1926'), and was affiliated as a member to the non-applicant no.3 federation which ..... is also a registered union. the non-applicant no.2 filed a civil suit claiming a ..... declaration that it being a member of the federation, has the exclusive rights to enjoy the privileges and claimed that the corporation be restrained from acting ..... applicant raised an objection to the maintainability of the suit in view of section 28(1-a) of the act of 1926 which confers the jurisdiction on the industrial court to try the dispute, amongst others, relating to the membership of a trade union. the trial court by the impugned order dated 20th june, 1991 rejected the objection holding that the jurisdiction of .....

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Feb 04 1992 (HC)

Regional Manager, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation Vs. the ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1994(1)BomCR158; [1992(65)FLR710]; (1994)IIILLJ957Bom

..... the jurisdiction of the court: to try a matter relating to a member of the trade union.2. the non-applicant no. 2 is an union of the employees engaged in the applicant's establishment. the union is registered under the provisions of the trade unions act, 1926 (hereinafter referred to 'the act of 1926'), and was affiliated as a member to the non-applicant no. 3 federation, which ..... is also a registered union. the non-applicant no. 2 filed a civil suit claiming a ..... declaration that it being a member of the federation, has the exclusive rights to enjoy the privileges and claimed that the corporation be restrained from acting ..... applicant raised an objection to the maintainability of the suit in view of section 28(1-a) of the act, of 1926 which confers the jurisdiction on the industrial court to try the dispute amongst other relating to the membership of a trade union. the trial court by the impugned order dated 20.6.1991 rejected the objection holding that the jurisdiction of .....

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