Industrial Training Act 1967

Restriction of section 48 of Industrial Relations Act, 1946, and on certain agreements and orders under that Act.

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40. (1) Section 48 of the Act shall, as respects a person to whom rules under paragraph ( f) of subsection (1) of section 27 of this Act for the time being apply, cease to have effect.

(2) It is hereby declared that nothing contained either in an employment agreement registered in the Register or in an order made by the Labour Court under section 43 of the Act shall affect the provisions of section 41 of this Act.

(3) Upon the coming into force of any rules under section 27 of this Act—

( a) any provisions of an employment agreement then in force registered in the Register which relate to matters the subject of the rules, and

( b) any provisions of an order then in force made by the Labour Court under section 43 of the Act which relate to matters the subject of the rules,

shall cease to have effect.

(4) Where an employment agreement is, at a time when rules under section 27 of this Act or rules mentioned in section 49 of this Act are in force, registered in the Register, any provisions of the agreement which relate to matters the subject of the rules shall not have effect.

(5) Where an order is, at a time when rules under this Act or rules mentioned in section 49 of this Act are in force, made by the Labour Court under section 43 of the Act, any provisions of the order which relate to matters the subject of the rules shall not have effect.

(6) In this section—

the Act” means the Industrial Relations Act, 1946;

the Register” means the Register of Employment Agreements maintained by the Labour Court under section 26 of the Act.