Industrial Relations Act 1990
Evidence of failure to attend sitting of Court.
56.— (1) A document purporting to be sealed with the seal of the Court stating that—
( a) the person named in the document was, by a summons under section 21 of the Industrial Relations Act, 1946, summoned to attend as a witness before the Court on a day and at a place specified in the document,
( b) a sitting of the Court was held on that day and at that place, and
( c) the said person made default in attending the Court in pursuance of the summons,
shall, in a prosecution against the person so named for the alleged default, be received in evidence of the matters so stated without further proof.