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Strike and lockout
Strike and lock-out are the weapons in the armory of the labour and the employer respectively in the process of collective bargaining.


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Even prior to the provisions in the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 there was a provision for strike and lock-out in Section 15 of the repealed Trade Disputes Act, 1929. The Industrial Disputes Act does not purport to take away these rights of strike and lock-out from the labour and employer. However, for the purpose of achieving harmonious relations between the industrial employers and their employees, the rights of strike and lock-out have been restricted. The act has prohibited to resort to strike and lock-outs continued or commenced in contravention of these statutory provision have been made illegal by Section 24 of the Act.

The strike/lock-out situations can be divided into three parts:-

(i) pre-strike/lock-out situation

(ii) In-strike/lock-out situation

(iii) Post-strike/lock-out situation

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