Railways Act, 1924

Settlement by tribunal.

41.—(1) The railway tribunal shall consider the terms and conditions so submitted, or, if terms and conditions are not so submitted within the time so allowed, shall themselves prepare and publish provisional terms and conditions, and after hearing any representative body of traders who may desire to be heard, and any other party whom the Minister considers entitled to be heard, shall settle, and when settled publish in the Iris Oifigiúil, the terms and conditions which they consider just and reasonable, and shall fix a date not earlier than two months after such publication upon which those terms and conditions are to come into force.

(2) When the terms and conditions so settled come into force they shall be the standard terms and conditions of carriage for the amalgamated company, and shall be deemed to be reasonable.