Section 8 Company Rules and Regulations

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(b) [Remuneration of members of commissions of inquiry] (1) Members of a commission appointed under this section who are otherwise employed by the Federal Government shall serve free of charge but shall be reimbursed for such travel, subsistence and other expenses as may be necessary for them in the performance of their duties under this division. According to the rules, if the NPO does not fulfill the responsibilities established by the central government, this may result in the liquidation of the enterprise by order of the central government. In addition, strict legal action will be taken against all members of the company. (4) Nothing in this section shall be construed as prohibiting the renunciation of negotiations by agreement for the purpose of consent to vote in accordance with the rules and rules of decision of the Commission. (e) [Jurisdiction of Courts] The United States District Courts and the courts of the territories and possessions of the United States shall, for the reasons set forth above and subject to the provisions of Rule 65 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (repealed by Title 28) (relating to service to the opposing party), have jurisdiction to prohibit violations of this article. without regard to the provisions of 15 Title 7 and 29 Title 52, the United States Code [of this title] [known as the “Clayton Act”] and the provisions of 29 Title 101 through 115, the United States Code [Chapter 6 of this Title] [known as the “Norris-LaGuardia Act”]. (a) [Support to the Service; Whenever a district court has made an order under section 208 [section 178 of this title] ordering acts or practices that endanger or threaten to endanger health or national security, it is the duty of the parties to the labour dispute that gave rise to such an order to make every effort to resolve and resolve their disputes. by means of the service established by this Act [chapter]. Neither party is obligated to accept, in whole or in part, any settlement proposal submitted by the Service. (c) [hearings on trade-related issues; Rules and regulations] (1) Whenever an application must have been made, in accordance with the regulations prescribed by the Executive Council – § 19.

[§ 169.] Any employee who is a member and adheres to a recognized religion, society or sect who in the past has opposed membership or financial support of trade union organizations for reasons of conscience is not obliged to join or financially support a trade union organization as a condition of employment; except that in a contract between that employee`s employer and a work organization, such employee may be required, in lieu of periodic contributions and start-up costs, to pay amounts equal to those contributions and start-up costs to a tax-exempt charitable fund under Title 26 Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. is selected by such an employee from a list of at least three funds designated in the contract or, if the contract does not designate such funds, a fund chosen by the employee. If such an employee who raises conscientious objections under this Division requests the work organization to apply grievance arbitration on behalf of the employee, the work organization has the right to charge the employee for the reasonable costs of carrying out this procedure. Each year, your housing authority must inspect your rental unit to make sure you and your landlord are following the proper rules and regulations. This means that you will take care of the dwelling as stated in your lease, just like your landlord. As part of your Section 8 Program Participation Agreement, you must provide your housing agency with access to your rental unit upon request for these inspections. (m) [priority of business] If it is alleged that a person has engaged in unfair labour practices within the meaning of paragraph (a)(3) or (b)(2) of Article 8 [section 158 of this Title], that charge prevails over all other matters, except matters of a similar nature in the office to which it is filed or to which it is referred; and priority cases under paragraph (1) [of this Article].