Industrial Commission of New South Wales

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Type of entity

State government department

Authorized form of name

Industrial Commission of New South Wales

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Description area

Dates of existence

1926 - 1992

History

The Industrial Commission of New South Wales was established under the Industrial Arbitration (Amendment) Act on 15 April, 1926. The Commission assumed the duties and responsibilities of the Court of Industrial Arbitration and the Board of Trade. The Industrial Commission of New South Wales was abolished on 31 March, 1992 by the Industrial Relations Act, 1991 which established the Industrial Commission of New South Wales to carry out conciliation and duties and the Industrial Court took the judicial role.

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New South Wales

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public administration

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 27 May 2013

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Sources

Australian Trade Union Archives, http://www.atua.org.au/biogs/ALE1430b.htm (accessed on 27 May 2013)

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