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Labour Relations Board Orders Regulations
made under Sections 5 and 6 of the
Court and Administrative Reform Act
S.N.S. 1996, c. 23
O.I.C. 97-200 (March 25, 1997), N.S. Reg. 31/97
1 These regulations may be cited as the Labour Relations Board Orders Regulations.
2 In these regulations,
(a) “Board” means the Labour Relations Board (Nova Scotia) established under the authority of the Trade Union Act;
(b) “Supreme Court” means the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.
Filing and enforcement of orders in the Supreme Court
3 (1) An order of the Board, whether made before or after the coming into force of Section 5 of the Court and Administrative Reform Act may, for the purpose of enforcement, be filed with the Supreme Court and shall be enforced in the same manner as a judgment of that Court.
(2) To file an order referred to in subsection (1) with the Supreme Court, the Chair of the Board shall make a certified copy of the order, with the following endorsement, signed by the Chair:
File the enclosed order with the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia.
Chair of the Labour Relations Board
and forward the copy to a prothonotary of the Supreme Court who shall enter it as a record.
(3) Any subsequent order of the Board rescinding or varying an order of the Board already filed with the Supreme Court may be filed in the same manner set out in subsection (2).
[Note: Effective February 8, 2011, references to the Labour Relations Board (Nova Scotia) established under the Trade Union Act should be read as references to the Labour Board established by the Labour Board Act, S.N.S. 2010, c. 37 in accordance with Section 25 of that Act.]