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Look no further for Best Labour Court Lawyer in Delhi. Ps&A has experienced and knowledgeable team of Industrial Labour Lawyers.

When it comes to Labour Laws,we provide best legal advice and services across India.

Our highly qualified and expertise team of Labour Court Advocates in Delhi provide best services for Labour Law in India.

Our expert Labour Court Advocates Delhi provides best advise to resolve Labour Law related matters efficiently. We provide our legal services in matters relevant to Contract Labour Act of 1970, Minimum Wages Act of 1948, Weekly Holidays Act of 1942, Beedi and Cigar Workers Act of 1966, The Payment of Wages Act of 1936, The Workmen’s Compensation Act of 1923, The Factories Act of 1948, The EPF Act, The Bonus Act and the ESI Act, with our Expertise and Extensive Knowledge as per the Indian Legal System.


(Ps&A) offers a wide range of legal services related Labour Law’s which include:

(Ps&A) deals with the following provisions of the Minimum Wages Act 1948:-

OBJECTIVE

The main aim of the enactment is to make provisions for statutory fixation of minimum rates of wages in scheduled employment wherein labour is not organised and sweated labour is most prevalent

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(Ps&A) deals with the following provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act

OBJECTIVE

The objective of the Industrial Disputes Act is to secure industrial peace and harmony by providing machinery and procedure for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes by negotiations. This act deals with the retrenchment process of the employees, procedure for layoff, procedure and rules for strikes and lockouts of the company

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(Ps&A) deals with the following provisions of the Workmen's Compensation Act 1923

OBJECTIVE

The Act applies to any person who is employed otherwise than in a clerical capacity, in railways factories, mines, plantations, mechanically propelled vehicles, loading and unloading work on a ship, construction, maintenance and repairs of roads and bridges, electricity generation, cinemas, catching or trading of wild elephants, circus, and other hazardous occupations and other employment specified in Schedule II to the Act, Under Section 2(3) of the Act, the State Governments are empowered to extend the scope of the Act to any class of persons whose occupations are considered hazardous after giving three months' notice in the official gazette. The Act, however, does not apply to members serving in the Armed Forces of Indian Union, and employees covered under the provisions of the Employees' State Insurance Act 1988 as disablement and dependents' benefit is available under this Act.

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(Ps&A) deals with the following provisions of the Employees State Insurance Act 1948

OBJECTIVE

The Employees* Slate Insurance Act (ESI Act) was enacted with the object of introducing a scheme of health insurance for industrial workers. The scheme envisaged by it is one of compulsory State Insurance providing for certain benefits in the event of sickness, maternity and employment injury to workmen employed in or in connection with the work in factories other than seasonal factories.

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