Industrial relations: will they survive the Labour Relations Act 1987?

John Haigh
1970 New Zealand Journal of Industrial Relations  
To venture predictions in the Held of industrial relations is unwise. Many if not most predictions will be wrong, and these tend to be remembered by industrial law commentators. Having said that it is the writer's view that the heyday of the use of unjunctions in industrial law has been and gone. Their future use is likely to be considerably reduced. To support th1s proposition. a brief examination of the use of interim injunctions in industrial law is necessary.
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