Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act
Marginal note:Where adjudicator named in collective agreement
69 (1) Where an adjudicator is named in a collective agreement, the method of determining the adjudicator’s remuneration and of defraying such expenses as the adjudicator may incur shall be as established in the collective agreement naming the adjudicator, but if the agreement does not specify the method, the named adjudicator’s remuneration and expenses shall be borne equally by the parties.
Marginal note:Where no adjudicator named in agreement
(2) Where a grievance is referred to adjudication but is not referred to an adjudicator named in a collective agreement, and the employee, whose grievance it is, is represented in the adjudication proceedings by the bargaining agent for the bargaining unit to which the employee belongs, the bargaining agent, subject to subsection (3), is liable to pay and shall remit to the Board such part of the costs of the adjudication as may be determined by the Secretary of the Board with the approval of the Board.
(3) Where a grievance is referred to a board of adjudication, the remuneration and expenses of the nominee of each party shall be borne by the parties respectively.
(4) Any amount that by subsection (2) or (3) is payable to the Board by a bargaining agent may be recovered as a debt due to the Crown by the bargaining agent which shall, for the purposes of this subsection, be deemed to be a person.
Marginal note:Adjudicator re certain grievances
(5) Where a grievance respecting a matter referred to in paragraph 63(1)(d), (e) or (f) is referred to adjudication, the adjudicator’s remuneration and expenses shall be borne equally by the parties.
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