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Bare acts > Beedi Workers Welfare Fund Rules, 1978 > Rule 9


9. Disposal of business. -(1) Every question which an Advisory Committee or the Central Advisory Committee is required to take into consideration shall be considered either at a meeting, or if the Chairman so directs, by sending the necessary papers to every member for opinion:

Provided that the papers are sent to the members by registered post with acknowledgment due and with the request that the views of the members should reach the office of the Advisory Committee or the Central Advisory Committee, as the case may be, within a specified period.

Provided further that the papers will not be sent to a member who is absent from India.

(2) When a question is referred to the members for opinion by sending papers, any member upon the member may request that the question be considered at a meeting and thereupon Chairman may, and if the request is made by three or more members shall direct that it be so considered.

(3) If not less than three members of an Advisory Committee or the Central Advisory Committee request the Chairman to refer any matter to the Committee, the Chairman shall refer that matter to it accordingly.





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