The Trade Disputes Act of 1929 provided for(2017)
a) the participation of workers in management of industries.
b) arbitrary powers to the management to quell industrial disputes.
c) an intervention by the British Court in the event of a trade dispute.
d) a system of tribunals and a ban on strikes.
The Act authorized the central and state governments to establish a board of conciliation or the court of inquiry to investigate into and settle industrial disputes. These tribunals were set up on ad hoc basis. The Act prohibited strikes and lock outs in public utility services without prior notice