A trade Union is a voluntary organization of workman established with the object to protect the rights of workman and to develop closer working relationships with the employer. A trade union is based on the principle of collective bargaining. The prime object of a trade union is to regulate relations between workman and employers and to provide a platform for the resolution of disputes through negotiation and collective bargaining. The Trade Union Act, 1926 under chapter III provides for the rights and liabilities of a registered trade union.


Trade Union in India, Trade Union Meaning, Rights of Trade Union, General Fund, Political Fund, Sec 15 of the Trade Union Act, 1926, Sec.120-B of the Indian Penal Code, Chapter III of the Trade Union Act, 1926.


Kirti Vijay Deshmane

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