Practical Guide to Factories Act. 7/ed

By H.L.Kumar

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The table of cases of this revised edition will tell the readers at a glance that more cases of High Court are added. There has been a burst of activity in the industrial field due to new economic policy. Many new projects are coming and it provides a lot of new employment. At the same time, the existing plants with obsolete technology are getting outdated and they are to be scrapped. This necessitates the compliance of the Factories Act and the Rules. The interpretation of provisions of the Factories Act depends upon the facts and circumstances of the case, provisions of the particular Act and the rulings of the similar courts on the above issue and the decisions of the Supreme Court. The Factories Act has to be interpreted keeping in view the goals set out in the Preamble of the Constitution of India and Directive Principles of State Policy and not by attractive mantras of globalization and liberalization. An interpretation would advance the object and purpose of the legislation, must be placed and given full meaning and effect to in the achievement of its avowed social objective. In this revised edition, the judicial pronouncements, with direct bearing on the relevant sections, have been carefully analysed so as to help better understanding of their import as well as to know their applicability. For convenience of ready reference, the heading and sub-headings have also been arranged in their proper order and sequence. The higher Courts have always taken into consideration, the prevailing socio-economic conditions of the country in deciding the issue. So, the Industrial Law has never been static and is always under evolutionary process and changing to the needs of the situations.

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The table of cases of this revised edition will tell the readers at a glance that more cases of High Court are added. There has been a burst of activity in the industrial field due to new economic policy. Many new projects are coming and it provides a lot of new employment. At the same time, the existing plants with obsolete technology are getting outdated and they are to be scrapped. This necessitates the compliance of the Factories Act and the Rules. The interpretation of provisions of the Factories Act depends upon the facts and circumstances of the case, provisions of the particular Act and the rulings of the similar courts on the above issue and the decisions of the Supreme Court. The Factories Act has to be interpreted keeping in view the goals set out in the Preamble of the Constitution of India and Directive Principles of State Policy and not by attractive mantras of globalization and liberalization. An interpretation would advance the object and purpose of the legislation, must be placed and given full meaning and effect to in the achievement of its avowed social objective. In this revised edition, the judicial pronouncements, with direct bearing on the relevant sections, have been carefully analysed so as to help better understanding of their import as well as to know their applicability. For convenience of ready reference, the heading and sub-headings have also been arranged in their proper order and sequence. The higher Courts have always taken into consideration, the prevailing socio-economic conditions of the country in deciding the issue. So, the Industrial Law has never been static and is always under evolutionary process and changing to the needs of the situations.

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Author H.L.Kumar
ISBN 9789350354667
Publisher Universal Law
Year of Publication 2014
Binding PB

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