Industrial Relations Act 1990
Functions of Labour Court relating to codes of practice.
43.—(1) The Court may on the application of one or more parties concerned give its opinion as to the interpretation of a code of practice, provided that in the case of an application by one party notice of the application has been given by that party to the other party.
(2) The Court may investigate a complaint that there has been a breach of a code of practice provided that the complaint has been referred to the Court by a party directly involved and that the complaint has first been considered by the Commission in accordance with section 26.
(3) Where the Court has investigated such a complaint, it may make a recommendation setting forth its opinion in the matter and, where appropriate, its view as to the action which a party in breach of the code should take or cease from taking in order to ensure compliance with the code.
Joint Labour Committees