Can the recognition of a trade union be withdrawn without giving to the union opportunity of being heard in the matter ?
A refusal to grant recognition and withdrawal of recognition once granted cannot be placed on the same footing. Though the grant of recognition to a trade union may be voluntary, recognition once granted to it could not be withdrawn without giving to it opportunity of being heard in the matter.
Note 1: Held in R.B.I. Employees' Association Nagpur v. A.P. Aiyer, 1984 I LLJ 156.
Note 2:There is no provision in the Trade Unions Act, 1926, dealing with the recognition of a trade union.
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