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Bare acts > Working Journalists and Other Newspaper Employees Tribunal Rules, 1979 > Rule 5


5. Summoning of witnesses and production of documents.—(1) The Tribunal may summon any person to appear as a witness in the course of any inquiry. Such summons may require the witness to appear before it on a date specified therein and to produce any books, papers or other documents and information in his possession or under his control relating in any manner to the inquiry.

(2) A summons under sub-rule (1) may be addressed to an individual or an organisation of employers or a trade union of working journalists or, as the case may be, of non-journalist newspaper employees, or other workmen as the tribunal may think fit.

(3) A summons under this rule may be served—

(a) in the case of an individual, by being delivered or sent to him by registered post; and

(b) in the case of an organisation or, as the case may be, trade union, referred to in sub-rule (2), by being delivered or sent by registered post to the Secretary or other principal officer of the organisation or trade union, as the case may be.





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