Decision

Breach of union rules/breach of statutory balloting procedures/access to accounting records decision: Haynes, Potter, Mullen and McLinden v Solidarity

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Breach of union rule / breach of statutory balloting procedures / access to accounting records decision: Haynes, Potter, Mullen and McLinden v Solidarity (D/37-44/09)

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The four claimants made a total of seven complaints alleging breach of sections 30(2)(a), 47(2) and 49(2)(b) of the 1992 Act and breach of union rules. The complaint by Ms Haynes related to access to accounting records and was dismissed by the Certification Officer upon its withdrawal. The other complaints from Messrs Potter, Mullen and McLinden alleged breaches of statute and union rule relating to the elections to the National Executive, the appointment and removal of officers and posts and the calling of a special general meeting. The Certification Officer dismissed all the complaints.

Published 22 July 2009