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 and
 obligations
 of
 the
 parties
 litigants
 against
 each
 other
 and
 other
 parties‐in‐interest
 prior
 to
 the
 institution
 of
 the
 petition
 shall
 continue
 to
 remain
 during
 the
 pendency
 of
 the
 petition
 and
 until
 the
 date
of
finality
of
the
decision
rendered
therein.
Thereafter,
 the
 rights,
 relationships
 and
 obligations
 of
 the
 parties
 litigants
 against
 each
 other
 and
 other
 parties‐in‐interest
 shall
be
governed
by
the
decision
so
ordered.
 o The
filing
or
pendency
of
any
inter/intra‐union
dispute
and
 other
 related
 labor
 relations
 dispute
 is
 not
 a
 prejudicial
 question
 to
 any
 petition
 for
 certification
 election
 and
 shall
 not
 be
 a
 ground
 for
 the
 dismissal
 of
 a
 petition
 for
 certification
 election
 or
 suspension
 of
 proceedings
 for
 certification
election.
 Appeal
 o Section
 16.
 Appeal.
 ‐
 The
 decision
 of
 the
 Med‐Arbiter
 and
 Regional
 Director
 may
 be
 appealed
 to
 the
 Bureau
 by
 any
 of
 the
 parties
 within
 ten
 (10)
 days
 from
 receipt
 thereof,
 copy
 furnished
 the
 opposing
 party.
 The
 decision
 of
 the
 Bureau
 Director
 in
 the
 exercise
 of
 his/her
 original
 jurisdiction
 may
 be
appealed
to
the
Office
of
the
Secretary
by
any
party
within
 the
 same
 period,
 copy
 furnished
 the
 opposing
 party.
 The
 appeal
 shall
 be
 verified
 under
 oath
 and
 shall
 consist
 of
 a
 memorandum
 of
 appeal
 specifically
 stating
 the
 grounds
 relied
upon
by
the
appellant,
with
supporting
arguments
and
 evidence.

 o Section
 17.
 Where
 to
 file
 appeal.
 ‐
 The
 memorandum
 of
 appeal
shall
be
filed
in
the
Regional
Office
or
Bureau
where
 the
 complaint
 or
 petition
 originated.
 Within
 twenty‐four
 (24)
 hours
 from
 receipt
 of
 the
 memorandum
 of
 appeal,
 the
 o Title
III:
Bureau
of
Labor
Relations
 • Article
226.
Bureau
of
Labor
Relations
 1. 2. BLR
jurisdiction
and
functions
 • BLR
 no
 longer
 handles
 “all”
 labor‐management
 disputes;
 rather,
 its
 functions
and
jurisdiction
are
largely
confined
to
–
 o Union
matters
 o Collective
bargaining
registry
 o Labor
education
 • The
 mediation
 and
 conciliation,
 and
 arbitration
 functions
 of
 the
 BLR
 are
now
with
the
NCMB
 • Executive
Order
No.
292
or
the
1987
Administrative
Code:
The
BLR
shall
 – 

 o Set
 policies,
 standards,
 and
 procedures
 on
 the
 registration
 and
 supervision
 of
 legitimate
 labor
 union
 activities,
 including
denial
cancellation
and
revocation
of
labor
permits
 o Set
policies,
standards,
and
procedures
relating
to
CBAs
and
 the
 examination
 of
 financial
 records
 of
 accounts
 of
 labor
 organizations
to
determine
compliance
with
relevant
laws
 o Provide
proper
orientation
 to
workers
on
their
schemes
and
 projects
 for
 improvement
 of
 the
 standards
 of
 living
 of
 workers
and
their
families
 Inter­union
and
intra­union
disputes;
DO
No.
40­03
 • BLR
handles
such
 • Inter‐union
 dispute
 –
 any
 conflict
 between
 and
 among
 legitimate
 labor
 unions
 involving
 representation
 questions
 for
 purposes
 of
 collective
 bargaining
 or
 to
 any
 other
 conflict
 or
 dispute
 between
 legitimate
labor
unions
 • Intra‐union
 dispute
 –
 any
 conflict
 between
 and
 among
 union
 members,
including
grievances
arising
from
any
violation
of
the
rights
 and
conditions
of
membership,
violation
of
or
disagreement
over
any
 provision
 of
 the
 union’s
 constitution
 and
 by‐laws
 or
 disputes
 arising
 from
chartering
or
affiliation
of
union
 • Rule
XI
of
DO
No.
40­03
includes:
 o Cancellation
of
union
registration
 o Audit
of
union
funds
 o Violation
 of
 union
 members’
 rights
 and
 other
 disputes
 between
unions
or
between
a
union
and
its
members
 • Complaint
 involving
 inter/intra‐union
 dispute
 may
 be
 filed
 by
 a
 legitimate
labor
organization
or
its
members
 o Where
 issue
 involves
 membership,
 complaint
 shall
 be
 supported
by
at
least
30%
of
membership
 • (Second
category)
Other
related
labor
relations
disputes
–
any
conflict
 between
 a
 labor
 union
 and
 the
 employer
 or
 any
 individual,
 entity
 or
 group
 that
 is
 not
 a
 labor
 organization
 or
 workers’
 association;
 such
 dispute
 include
 cancellation
...
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