Industrial Relations Act, 1946

Revocation and variation of establishment orders.

40.—Where an establishment order in respect of any workers and their employers is in force, the Court, on the application (which shall specify the grounds on which it is made) of—

(a) the Minister, or

(b) any trade union, or

(c) any organisation or group of persons which claims to be and is, in the opinion of the Court, representative of such workers or of such employers,

may by order abolish the joint labour committee established by such establishment order or amend such establishment order, and the provisions of section 38 and section 39 of this Act shall apply in relation to such application and to the order (if any) made under this section as if the application were an application under section 38 and the order were an establishment order.