Wages, including the period and mode of payment Compensatory and other allowances Hours of work and rest intervals Leave with wages and holidays Bonus, profit sharing, provident fund and gratuity Shift working otherwise than in accordance with standing orders Classification by grades Rules of discipline Rationlisation Retrenchment of workmen and closure of establishment.
The propriety or legality of an order passed by an mployer under the standing orders The application and interpretation of standing order Discharge or dismissal of workmen including re-instatement of, or grant of relief to, workmen wrongfully dismissed.Withdrawal of any customary concession or privilege Illegality or otherwise of a strike or lock-out; and All matters other than those being referred to Industrial Tribunals.
Once a reference has been received or a labour dispute is filed in the Labour Court, notice is sent to the Management and after filing of the response by them, the matter is fixed for adjudication. Evidence of the parties is recorded and after that arguments are heard. It is pertinent to mention here that advocates cannot appear in Labour Courts/Industrial Tribunals, unless permitted.
GI confers legal protection to goods in domestic as well as international market. It prevents the unauthorized use of a Registered Geographical Indication by others As legal protection is provided to Indian Geographical Indications, the export is promoted. It returns financial benefits to the producers of goods produced in a geographical territory. A registered proprietor can also seek legal protection in other WTO member countries.
Any association of persons or of producers or any organization or authority established by or under any law for the time being in force representing the interest of the producers of the concerned goods, who are desirous of registering geographical indication in relation to such goods shall apply in writing to the Registrar in such' form and in such manner and accompanied by such fees as may be prescribed for the registration of the geographical indication.
In India the surrogate is not considered as the legal mother. As per ICMR Guidelines 2005, a surrogate mother cannot be genetically related to the child . She is legally and psychologically counselled that she will not be having any rights over the child. Her rights and obligations towards the intended parents as well the child are formulated in the gestational surrogacy agreement. Moreover, a child born through surrogacy shall be presumed to be the legitimate child of the intended parents/s and shall have all the legal rights to parental support, inheritance and all other privileges which a child born naturally to the intended parents/s would have had.
Resolutions and decisions are formal expressions of the opinion or will of UN organs. Many types of resolutions on a broad range of topics have been adopted by the principal organs and their subsidiaries since the establishment of the organization in 1945. See, for example, the Secretariat's legal opinion of 9 May 1986, on "Questions relating to the voting procedure and decision-making process of the General Assembly—General rule applicable to the calculation of the majority required for the adoption of resolutions and decisions by the General Assembly—Exceptions to the rule—Effect of absence or non-participation on the binding force of resolutions and decisions", published in the UN Juridical Yearbook, 1986, p. 274 (English) (see link below). In general, resolutions adopted by the Security Council acting under Chapter VII of the Charter, are considered binding, in accordance with Article 25 of the Charter. Legal scholars have various opinions on this question. See, for example, selected articles and books listed in the Links section below.
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