Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 – High Court cannot sit in an appeal and substitute its view with that of the Labour Court – Labour Court in cases pertaining to industrial dispute is the final adjudicator of facts. This court in its writ jurisdiction have to be circumspect and cannot entertain petitions unless the award is perverse, illegal, if there is an error apparent on the face of the record, if there is impropriety in the decision-making process, or if the same is passed without jurisdiction. Further, this court in its writ jurisdiction cannot reappraise the evidence and come to a different conclusion.
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