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Recent Important Labour Judgments

1. Long delay of more than 11 years may be condoned if the same has taken place on the ground of non - communication of the judgment to the workmen. Rajeev Kumar vs. Life Insurance Corporation of India & Ors. 2017 LLR 897 (S.C.)

2. Enquiry proceedings before department authority are decided on the basis of balance of probability and strict proof of evidence is not required. Vinod Malik & Ors. vs. Delhi Energy Development Agency & Ors. 2017 LLR 904 (Delhi H.C.)

3. The liability of the insurer will continue and it makes no difference as to who was the insured of the vehicle at the time of accident. Firdaus vs. Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd. & Ors. 2017 LLR 898 (S.C.)

4. PF dues payable to employees would get first priority over debts. Employees Provident Fund Organisation vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh. 2017 LLR 962 (S.C.)

5. When the appointment is on the basis of a contract for one year and there is no permanent sanctioned post, relief of reinstatement is not justified. U.P. CO-OP. Spinning Mills Federation Ltd. and Others vs. Amar Nath Dwivedi and Another. 2017 (154) FLR 174 (S.C.)