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2[15. Housing facilities.-

It shall be the duty of every employer to provide and maintain necessary housing accommodation-

(a) for every worker (including his family) residing in the plantation;

(b) for every worker (including his family) residing outside the plantation, who has put in six months of continuous service in such plantation and who has expressed a desire in writing to reside in the plantation:

Provided that the requirement of continuous service of six months under this clause shall not apply to a worker who is a member of the family of a deceased worker who, immediately before his death, was residing in the plantation.]

Plantations Labour Act, 1951 Back

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