69 An act carried out by two or more persons acting by agreement or combination where it is envisaged or insistently promoted by a labour dispute is not open to dispute, unless it was unlawful without an agreement or combination. 3. If the Board of Directors or a person designated by it is able, at any time, before or in the course of proceedings, to settle all or part of the differences between the parties to the proceedings, on terms which are not contrary to that Code, a collective agreement or the provisions, the Board of Directors may issue a referral of an agreement setting out the terms of the transaction agreed by the parties. and such referral of consent has the same force and effect as an order referred to in subsection (1). (a) if there is no other certified unit of workers from the same employer, determine whether the requested unit is fit for collective bargaining and, if so, certify that unit, or 141 (1) At the request of a party affected by a decision of the committee, the board of directors may authorize that party to request a review of the decision. 133 (1) If the Board, at the request or recourse of an interested person, is satisfied, in accordance with section 14, this Division or any other provision of this Code or those provisions, or on its own initiative, that a person has contravened that Code, a collective agreement or the provisions, the Board may, at its discretion, (c) in equal shares, the costs and fees of the chair of the arbitration body or of an individual arbitrator, unless the arbitrator authorizes another person to participate in the hearing, in which case the arbitrator may order that part of the costs and expenses of the chair be borne by that person. 121 (1) The chair may exercise any power or exercise any office, vice-chair or member of the board of directors. 4. If the board of directors is satisfied, on request, that a person has committed or has committed an act prohibited under subsection 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 or 12, it may, at the request of an employer, a trade union or a board of directors, or ex officio, order the board of directors to assist the parties in the establishment of an industrial board. 155 A document purporting to contain or be a copy of a regulation, rule, direction, designation, order or other matter of the Minister or the board of directors and purporting to be signed by the Minister or a member of the board of directors shall be recognized by a court as evidence of the by-law, the investigation, injunction or other matter; of which he indicates a copy without proof of the signature of the Minister or the member of the board of directors or of his appointment. (h) promote the settlement of the dispute and, with the agreement of the parties, the arbitration body may, at any time during the arbitration proceedings, use mediation, conciliation or other procedures to promote settlement. 86 (1) Despite section 85, the Director, at the request of one of the parties, shall make such appointments as may be necessary for the establishment of an arbitration body where an arbitration body is not appointed or formed under a collective agreement or in accordance with section 84(3) and a person so appointed by the manager is considered to be designated under the collective agreement.
or pursuant to Article 84(3). . .