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Dissolution of a trade union

A registered trade union can be dissolved in accordance with the rules of the union. A notice of dissolution signed by any seven members and the secretary of the union should be sent to the registrar within 14 days of the dissolution. On being satisfied the registrar shall register the notice and the union shall stand dissolved from the date. The funds of the union shall be divided by the Registrar amongst its members in the manner prescribed under the rules of the union or as laid down by the government.

Amalgamation of trade unions

Any registered trade union may amalgamate with any other union(s), provided that at least 50% of the members of each such union record their votes and at least 60% of the votes so recorded are in favor of amalgamation. A notice of amalgamation signed by the secretary and at least 7 members of each amalgamating union, should be sent to the registrar, and the amalgamation shall be in operation after the Registrar registers the notice.

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