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Representative body may bring a dispute to the Commission

S. 114(1) amended by No. 26/2011 s. 34(Sch. item 6.10).

    (1)     A representative body may bring a dispute to the Commission for dispute resolution on behalf of a named person or persons if the Commission is satisfied that—

        (a)     each person—

              (i)     is entitled to bring a dispute under section 113(1)(a); and

              (ii)     has consented to the dispute being brought by the body on the person's behalf; and

        (b)     the representative body has a sufficient interest in the dispute; and

        (c)     if the dispute is brought on behalf of more than one person, the alleged contravention arises out of the same conduct.

    (2)     A representative body has sufficient interest in a dispute if the conduct that constitutes the alleged contravention is a matter of genuine concern to the body because of the way conduct of that nature adversely affects or has the potential to adversely affect the interests of the body or the interests or welfare of the persons it represents.

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