NATIONAL LABOUR COMMISSION
V.
LIEBHERR MINING GHANA LTD

(2016) JELR 107624 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT No. IL/0133/2016 ·  14 Dec 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE GIFTY DEKYEM
Core Terms Beta
award
application
respondent
applicant
order
parties
relief
section
amount
arbitration award
commission
court
high court
instant application
records
re kumi
sole arbitrator
2glr561 ca
7th day of october
above findings
alternative dispute resolution act
case
case of applicant
defendant fails
exhibit nlc7
following award
former employees of respondent
justice gifty dekyem
justice of the high court
labour act
labour division
mrs
person fails
principle
regulation
reinstatement
resolution of the complaints
respect of an alleged unfair termination of their employment
right of a party
subject of this application
trial
trial judge
trite learning
west coast dyeing industry limited

JUDGMENT 

Applicant moves the instant application for the enforcement of an arbitration  award of the National Labour Commission against the Respondent given the 7th day of October, 2014 pursuant to section 172 of the Labour Act,2003 (Act 651)  which provides that: 

“Where any person fails or refuses to comply with a direction or an order  issued by the Commission under this Act the Commission shall make an  application to the High Court for an order to compel that person to comply  with the direction or order.”

Three former employees of Respondent petitioned Applicant for redress in  respect of an alleged unfair termination of their employment. Both Respondent  and the petitioners were heard by Applicant through facilitation meetings. The  records indicate that, the parties pursuant to regulation 18 of the National Labour  Commission’s Regulations, 2006 LI 1822, Applicant appointed a sole arbitrator for  the resolution of the complaints contained in the petition. Both parties made  sub…

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