Registrar along with the application for registration.5. Besides, every application must be accompanied with a copy of Rules of Trade union complying with the items as specified under Section 6 of the Trade Unions Act, 1926.Rules of a Trade Union:A trade union can be registered only when its constitution fulfils the following rules:1. Name of the trade union;2. The whole of the objects for which the trade union has been established;3. The whole of the purposes for which the general funds of a trade union shall beapplicable.4. The maintenance of a list of the members of the trade union and adequate facilities for the inspection thereof by the office-bearers and members of trade union;5. The payment of a subscription by members of the trade union which shall be not less than 25 paisa per month per member;6. The manner in which rules will be amended varied and/or rescinded;7. The manner in which the members of the executive and the other office-bearers of the trade union shall be appointed and removed;8. The manner in which the funds of the trade union shall be kept and audited andinspection of the books of accounts by the office bearers and members of the trade union be made;9. The conditions under which any member shall be entitled to have benefits under the rules and under which fine or forfeiture shall be imposed on the members; and The manner in which the trade union shall be dissolved.
3. Rights and Duties of Registrar:Section 7 of the Act empowers the Registrar of Trade Union to make, if required so, further enquiries on receipt of an application for registration to fully satisfy himself that the application complies with the provisions of section 5. However, such enquiries can be made only from the application and not from any other source.The duties of the Registrar of Trade Unions in matters of registration of trade union are laid down under Section 8 of the Act. On having being satisfied with the requirements for the registration of the union, the Registrar shall register the trade union by entering in a register. The letter to this effect will be issued to the Trade Union. In case of non-satisfaction of registrar with the compliance of requirements, the refusal for registration will be issued to the trade union.No time limit for the grant or refusal of registration has been prescribed in the Trade Union Act, 1926. However, there are legal directives issued by the Court to the Registrar of Trade Unions to perform me statutory duty imposed upon mm under sections 7 and 8 to deal with the application of the Trade Union according to law at an early dateThe National Commission on Labor has suggested 30 days excluding the time which the Union takes in answering queries from the Registrar for the grant or refusal of registration by the Registrar. The Trade Unions (Amendment) Bill, 1982 has provided for insertion of the words “within a period of 60 days from the date of such compliance” after the words “Register the Trade Unions” in Section 8 of the Trade Unions Act, 1926. Where, however, Registrar refuses to grant