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F3functions transf. by SR 1999/481

Non-textual amendments applied to the whole Legislation can be found in the Introduction

General power to make regulationsN.I.

89.—(1) The Department may make regulations as respects—

(a)applications to the Certification Officer under this Part,

(b)the registration under this Part of any document or matter,

(c)the inspection of documents kept by the Certification Officer under this Part,

(d)the charging of fees in respect of such matters, and of such amounts, as may with the approval of the Department of Finance and Personnel be prescribed by the regulations,

and generally for carrying this Part into effect.

(2) Provision may in particular be made—

(a)requiring an application for the registration of an instrument of amalgamation or transfer, or of a change of name, to be accompanied by such statutory declarations or other documents as may be specified in the regulations;

(b)as to the form or content of any document required by this Part, or by the regulations, to be sent or submitted to the Certification Officer and as to the manner in which any such document is to be signed or authenticated;

(c)authorising the Certification Officer to require notice to be given or published in such manner as he may direct of the fact that an application for registration of an instrument of amalgamation or transfer has been or is to be made to him.

Application of Part VI to employers' associationsN.I.

90.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), this Part applies in relation to unincorporated employers' associations as it applies in relation to trade unions.

(2) In its application to such associations this Part shall have effect—

(a)as if in Article 75 (1) for the words from “that every” to “accompanied by” there were substituted the words “that not less than 7 days before the ballot on the resolution to approve the instrument of amalgamation or transfer is held, every member is supplied with”,

(b)as if the requirements imposed by Articles 77 to 81 consisted only of those specified in Articles 78 and 79 (1) and (3) (a) together with the requirement that every member must, so far as is reasonably possible, be given a fair opportunity of voting,F1. . .

[F1(ba)as if the references in Articles 82A and 82B to the list of trade unions were to the list of employers' associations, and]

(c)with the omission of Article 82(3)[F1, 82A(3) and (4)][F2 and 84(2A) and (6) to (9)].