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(1)Any difference or dispute arising with respect to the remuneration or conditions of service of persons employed or engaged in the provision of services under either the Act of 1946 or the Act of 1947, shall be deemed to be—
(a)a difference or dispute to which the Conciliation Act, 1896, applies; and
(b)a trade dispute within the meaning of the Industrial Courts Act, 1919.
(2)The power of the Minister of Labour and National Service under paragraphs (b) and (c) of subsection (2) of section two of the said Industrial Courts Act, 1919, to refer matters for settlement to the arbitration of one or more persons appointed by him or to a board of arbitration constituted in the manner specified in the said paragraph (c) shall be deemed, in the case of any such difference or dispute as aforesaid, to include power to refer the matter for advice to one or more persons appointed by him or to such a board of arbitration, and subsection (3) of section three of the said Act (which excludes the Arbitration Act, 1889, in relation to the references therein mentioned) shall extend to any reference made by virtue of this subsection.
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