Protection of Employment Act, 1977

Mitigation of penalty for certain offences.

22.—Where an employer is convicted of an offence under section 11 or 14, he may plead in mitigation of the penalty for that offence that there were substantial reasons related to his business which made it impracticable for him to comply with the section under which the offence was committed.

Acts Referred to

Merchant Shipping Act, 1894

1894, c. 60

Trade Union Act, 1941

1941, No. 22

Local Government Act, 1941

1941, No. 23

Industrial Relations Act, 1969

1969, No. 14

Trade Union Act, 1971

1971, No. 33

Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Act, 1973

1973, No. 4