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    A, B, and C are employees of D, and are workmen for the purposes of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (‘the IDA’). A, B, and C raise an industrial dispute against D in 2005, and a settlement was arrived at in the course of conciliation proceedings in 2006. Subsequently, D employs several other workers including X, Y, and Z. Would the settlement bind X, 1 and Z? Principle Settlements arrived at in the course of conciliation proceedings, or an arbitration award or award of Labour Court or Tribunal bind all parties to an industrial dispute, including present and future workmen and all parties who were summoned to appear in the proceedings.

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    1. The settlement would bind X, Y, and Z whether or not they actually consented to the terms of the settlement.

    2. Since this was a settlement arrived at by mutual agreement, it would bind X, Y, and Z whether or not they actually consented to the terms of the settlement.

    3. Since the settlement was arrived at by mutual agreement, it binds those who were actually party to the agreement and does not bind X, Y, or Z.

    4. The settlement would bind X, Y, and Z only if they consented to the terms of the settlement.

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