[Section 33C ID Act] Labour Court cannot adjudicate on questions of employer-employee relationship: Supreme Court

The Court held that under Section 33(C)(2) of ID Act, the Labour Court's jurisdiction is like that of an executing court and it can only interpret the award or settlement on which the claim is based.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday observed that under Section 33(C)(2) of the Industrial Disputes Act (ID Act), 1947, it is not open for the Labour Court to entertain disputed questions and adjudicate upon the employer-­employee relationship [M/s Bombay Chemical Industries v. Deputy Labour Commissioner and Another].

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