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  • Sep 04, 2019
    For the growth of the society, the government has merged 44 labour laws under four main categories to bring in an effective change for the benefit of the labours. These four main categories deal with wages, social security, industrial safety and welfare, and industrial relations. The laws related to social security, which includes the Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, Building and Other Construction Workers Act, Employees' State Insurance Corporation Act, Maternity Benefits Act, and the Employees' Compensation Act will be merged to create and provide a single social security law or code altogether. Several industrial safety and welfare laws including the Factories Act, the Mines Act, and the Dock Workers Act, will also be merged through this amendment, to create a single category on industrial safety and welfare of the people. The Minimum Wages Act, the Payment of Wages Act, the Payment of Bonus Act, the Equal Remuneration Act, and a few others are likely to be merged along with the above-mentioned ones. The Labour Code on Industrial Relations will combine the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, the Trade Unions Act, 1926, and the Industrial Employment Act, 1946.   These new labour laws will help investors and the labours to accelerate their growth, mode of working, and other fruitful benefits  
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  • Jul 19, 2019
    Nationality- A relationship with the Nation! In today’s culture where living in different countries has become a forte, deciding/determining the nationality of a person is tough. People are adapting the lifestyles quickly. Nationality is a term which is often confused with citizenship. This blog explains some basics of the important term “Nationality.” Nationality is nothing but a legal relationship between an individual person and a State.  Nationality safeguards the state Jury over the person and refers the person as the protection of the state. These rights are varied from state to state. Nationality differs technically and legally from citizenship. Citizenship is a different legal relationship between a person and a country. The noun national can include both citizens and non-citizens living in the country. Nationality is the status that allows a nation to grant rights to the person and to impose obligations upon the subjected person.  Mostly, no rights or obligations are directly attached to this status, although the status is compulsory notion for any rights and obligations created by the state. Nationals have the right to enter or return to the country they belong to, any time they want. Passports are issued to nationals of a state, rather than only to citizens, because the passport is the travel document used to enter the country. However, nationals may not have the right of abode which is the right to live permanently in the countries that grant them passports. Dual nationality: It is when a single person has a formal relationship with two separate, sovereign states. Nationality is a permanent, inherent and unchangeable condition. But a change of allegiance was permitted, as a strictly exclusive relationship within, so that becoming a national of one state required rejecting the previous state completely. Later, Dual nationality was considered an issue that caused conflicts between states and sometimes imposed mutual requirements on affected people. By the middle of the 20th century, many international agreements focused on reducing the emergence of dual nationality. Since then, many camps are formed for recognizing and regulating dual nationality.
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  • Jun 19, 2019
    Date:  2nd  October, 2013 HEMANT  AGARWAL's   Analysis on:     NON-OCCUPANCY CHARGES,  IN A SOCIETY: SUBJECT to Cooperative Societies and LIMITED to Maharashtra State Jurisdiction, only, under the "Maharashtra Cooperative Societies Act & Rules" (MCS Act) & Model Bye-Laws. Contents of this Article applicable to "Tenant Ownership" type-Housing-Society registered under Section 2(16) r/w Rule 10(5)(a).   For complete Ariticle, Kindly prefer to visit: https://chshelpforum.com/non-occupancy-charge AUTHOR:  Hemant Agarwal Email:  ha21@rediffmail.com Date:  2nd  October, 2013     CRITERIA FOR LEVY OF NON-OCCUPANCY CHARGES:
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