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(1)Where in proceedings brought by virtue of section 3 an industrial tribunal finds that the whole or part of a sum claimed in the proceedings is due, the tribunal shall order the respondent to the proceedings to pay the amount which it finds due.
(2)An order under section 3 may provide that an industrial tribunal shall not in proceedings in respect of a claim, or a number of claims relating to the same contract, order the payment of an amount exceeding such sum as may be specified in the order as the maximum amount which an industrial tribunal may order to be paid in relation to a claim or in relation to a contract.
(3)An order under section 3 may include provisions—
(a)as to the manner in which and time within which proceedings are to be brought by virtue of that section, and
(b)modifying any other enactment.
(4)An order under that section may make different provision in relation to proceedings in respect of different descriptions of claims.
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