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The University Press, 1916 - Australia - 156 pages

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Page 136 - SEC. 25. In the hearing and determination of every industrial dispute and in exercising any duties or powers under or by virtue of this act the court or the president shall act according to equity, good conscience, and the substantial merits of the case, without regard to technicalities or legal forms, and shall not be bound by any rules of evidence, but may inform its or his mind on any matter in such manner as it or he thinks just.
Page 136 - no minimum rate of wages or other remuneration shall be prescribed which is not sufficient to enable the average worker to whom it applies to live in reasonable comfort, having regard to any domestic obligations to which such average workman would be ordinarily subject.

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