6[1. After receiving the licensee`s application and as soon as possible after receiving the application, the licensing officer reviews or conducts an investigation to justify the accuracy of the facts and information established in the application and the qualification of a licence for the applicant.] 2. (i) If the licensee believes that the certificate should not be issued, it gives the applicant, after giving the applicant a reasonable opportunity to be heard, an order dismissing the application. (ii) The order must state the reasons for the refusal and inform the applicant. The number of workers must not exceed the maximum number indicated in the licence. (Rule 25) (1) This Act can be called Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970. (2) It extends to the whole of India. 3. It comes into force on that date, since the central government may, by notification to the Official Journal, designate different provisions of this Act and provide for different dates. – 4. It applies: a) to any establishment where twenty or more workers, men of art or, every day of the previous twelve months, were employed as contract work.
b) to any contractor who employed or employed twenty or more workers one day of the previous twelve months. To the extent that, after a period of less than two months, the competent government may apply, by way of notification to the Official Journal, the provisions of this Act to all contractors who employ less than twenty persons registered in the notification. 5. (a) It does not apply to farms where temporary or occasional work is carried out. b) If the question arises as to whether the work carried out in an institution is temporary or fortuitous in nature, the competent government, after consultation with the Central Committee or, if necessary, a State Committee, decides this question and its decision is final. Explanation.- For the purposes of this subsection, work done on a farm is not considered intermittent- (i) if it has been done for more than 1000 days in the previous twelve months, or (ii) if it is seasonal and performed more than sixty days per year. Note.- The Carne Act came into force on February 10, 1971, empty Noti No. G.
S. R. 190, dated February 1, 1971 and published in Gazette of India, Extra., Part II, Section 3 (i), February 10, 1971, p. 173. – the purpose and purpose of the transfer of the law to the work in progress does not have the effect of unduly restricting the law under Law 19 (1) g).