Canada Industrial Relations Board Regulations, 2012

Version of section 1 from 2011-04-21 to 2014-10-31:


 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

affidavit

affidavit means a written statement confirmed by oath or a solemn declaration. (affidavit)

application

application includes any application, complaint, question or dispute as defined in section 3 of the Code made or referred to the Board in writing under the Code. (demande)

Code

Code means the Canada Labour Code. (Code)

complaint

complaint includes any complaint filed in writing with the Board under subsection 97(1), 110(3) or 133(1) of the Code. (plainte)

day

day means a calendar day. (jour)

intervenor

intervenor means a person whose request to intervene made under section 12.1 has been granted. (intervenant)

party

party means any applicant, respondent and intervenor. (partie)

person

person includes an employer, an employers’ organization, a trade union, a council of trade unions, an employee or a group of employees. (personne)

Registrar

Registrar means a member of the staff of the Board to whom the Board formally delegates in writing the exercise of any power, duty or function that the Board may delegate under the Code. (greffier)

reply

reply means the document by which the applicant replies in writing to a response and that is the final step in the application process. (réplique)

response

response means the document by which a respondent responds in writing to an application. (réponse)

Returning Officer

Returning Officer means an individual appointed by the Board to conduct a representation vote. (directeur du scrutin)

  • SOR/2011-109, s. 1.
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