Industrial Relations Act 1946
Registration of joint industrial councils.
61.— (1) Where an association claiming to be a qualified joint industrial council applies to the Court to be registered in the register, the Court shall, if satisfied that the claim is well-founded, register the association in the register.
(2) An application by an association for registration in the register shall be accompanied by copies of its rules and such other information with respect to the association as the Court may require.
(3) Where the Court registers an association in the register, it shall cause to be entered therein the name of the association, its principal office and the name of its secretary.