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appellants of the second group are admittedly covered by Standing Orders framed by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation in exercise ... approved by the authority under the provisions of Employment Standing Order Act, 1946. On the other hand appellants/workmen
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 37 - Cited by 4 -
(1993) 1 GLR 684
- Shah - Full Document
construction of certain provisions of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946. The facts giving rise to this appeal ... being an industrial establishment to which the Industrial Employment (Standing orders) Act, 1946, was applicable, Standing Orders amongst others
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 34 - Cited by 2 -
AIR 1964 Guj 265
- P Bhagwati - Full Document
employer was in conformity with the relevant Standing Orders. He submitted that once it was found that the order ... consistent with the Standing Orders, the Labour Court ought not to have interfered with the order, as the jurisdiction conferred
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 11 - Cited by 1 -
(1988) 2 GLR 1324
- Ahmadi - Full Document
Panch Operator and there is no certified standing order applicable to the petitioner and therefore, service condition of respondent ... governed by provisions of the Industrial Employment Standing Orders Act, 1946 and Gujarat Rules, 1959. Therefore, in absence of agreement
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 45 - Cited by 1 - H Rathod - Full Document
Gujarat High Court Physical Research Laboratory And ... vs Dr. Mukul Sinha on 18 June, 1988
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 36 - Cited by 0 -
(1988) 2 GLR 1355
- P Gokulakrishnan - Full Document
provision; and the said order was held to be valid, the issue regarding its validity stands concluded. In other words ... reason for interference by this Court with the orders of termination of the services and the petitions be dismissed
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 15 - Cited by 0 -
(2005) 1 GLR 187
- A H Mehta - Full Document
based on misconduct. He also submitted that under standing orders, departmental enquiry cannot consider to be a mandatory or must ... relied upon Section 40 of the Act where standing orders are binding to employer. If any breach committed by employer
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 38 - Cited by 0 - H.K.Rathod,&Nbsp; - Full Document
proceed further it is necessary first to know the Standing Orders which were applicable to the parties under the Bombay ... Relations Act. It is not in dispute that the Standing Orders applicable in the present case were the Standing Orders
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 23 - Cited by 0 -
(1965) 6 GLR 259
- J Shelat - Full Document
committed various misconducts which amounts to breach of standing orders of the respondent Bank and these are all minors ... employer acting or purporting to act under the standing orders. Both the tests of legality and propriety have
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 0 - H Rathod - Full Document
short 'the Act') and three Circulars described as Standing Orders issued thereunder by the Chief Commissioner of Customs, Mumbai, directing ... Chief Commissioner of Customs to issue the impugned Standing Orders to its subordinate assessing authorities on the question of assessment
Gujarat High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 0 -
2001 (77) ECC 207
- D Dharmadhikari - Full Document
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