Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2015
Cancellation of registration
10. (1) The registration of an employment agreement may be cancelled by the Court on the joint application of all parties to the agreement if the Court is satisfied that the consent of all such parties to its cancellation has been given voluntarily.
(2) Where a registered employment agreement does not provide for its duration, the Court may, after the lapse of 12 months from the date of registration, cancel the registration on the application, made after 6 months’ notice to the Court, of all parties to the agreement.
(3)(a) Where a registered employment agreement is expressed to be for a specified period, it shall, if in force at the end of that period, and notwithstanding any provision that it shall cease to have effect at the expiration of such period, continue in force until its registration is cancelled in accordance with this section.
(b) The registration of an employment agreement continued in force under paragraph (a) may be cancelled by the Court on the application of any party to the agreement, made after 3 months’ notice to the Court, and consented to by all parties to the agreement.
(4) Where a registered employment agreement is terminated by any party to the agreement in accordance with any provision contained in the agreement, the Court shall, on receiving notice of the termination, cancel the registration.
(5) The Court may cancel the registration of an employment agreement if it is satisfied, having regard to subsection (3)(c) of section 8, that a trade union who was a party to the agreement is no longer substantially representative of the workers concerned.