Royal Assent

July 1996
Accountancy;Jul96, Vol. 118 Issue 1235, p83
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the bills that have received Royal Assent in the U.S. The Employment Rights Act 1996, which consolidates altogether the employment aspects of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act and the Employment Protection Act 1978, has came into force on August 1996. Also, The Industrial Tribunals Act 1996, which in part relevant to provisions of Employment Protection Act 1978 and the Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1992, has been approved on August 22, 1996.


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