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Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)

Rules for the Conduct of Proceedings in the Labour Court

28. Labour Court as court of record


1) A record must be kept of-
a) any judgment or ruling given by the court;
b) any evidence given in court;
c) any objection made to any evidence received or tendered;
d) any on-the-spot inspection and any matter recorded as a result of that inspection; and
e) the proceedings of the court generally.


2) The record referred to in subrule (1), including electronic recordings of proceedings, must be kept in a form that the court deems expedient.


a) A transcript of electronic recordings or a portion of the transcript or recording may be made on request of the court or any of the parties on payment of the fee prescribed from time to time.
b) Any transcript of electronic recordings must be certified as correct by the person making such notes or transcript and must be filed with the registrar.
c) Any transcript of electronic recordings certified as correct, is deemed to be correct unless the contrary is proved.


4) Any person may make copies of any document filed in a particular matter, on payment of the fee prescribed from time to time, and in the presence of the registrar, unless a judge otherwise directs.