Industrial/ Factory set-ups require specialized legal attention in matters related establishment, use of technology, procurement of raw material, production, manufacturing, and assembly. While investing in an industrial unit/ factory, one also has to be rooted with the environmental, technical, financial and legal compliance. There are various norms that an industry is required to follow. Industrial/ Factory laws help in putting an end to the unfair labour practices by providing privileges, rights, responsibilities of the workforce. Legislations /laws help both the workers and the management, by laying down their rights and duties along with their obligations and liabilities. The basic aim of the industrial/factory laws is to:
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