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(84) Belcher v Aboriginal Rights League Inc (1999) 45 AILR 4-045.
This reverses the effect of the decisions in CPSU v Telstra Corporation Limited (2000) 48 AILR 4-292, in which a Full Bench of the AIRC found that its statutory procedural powers (particularly to give directions to the parties in an industrial dispute) applied not only when the Commission was arbitrating, but also in conciliation; and Sensis Ltd v CPSU (2003) 128 IR 92, where a Full Bench confirmed that the AIRC could exercise those powers when conciliating under s 170NA of the 1996 Act (for example, it could give directions to resolve disputes between the parties about who should represent them in bargaining negotiations, and to ensure that fair processes are adopted); see further below.
(49.) CPSU v Sensis Pty Ltd (2003) 53 AILR 100-005; CPSU v Sensis Pty Ltd (2003) 53 AILR 100026(58).
(35) See Fyffes Group Ltd v Templeman [2000] 2 Lloyd's Rep 643, 672 (Toulson J) ('Fyffes'); Colour Control Centre Pry Ltd v Ty (1996) 39 AILR [paragraph]5-058.
Federated Storemen and Packers Union of Australia and Anor.; Ex parte Wooldumpers (Victoria) Ltd., 989 AILR No.
v Vehicle Builders Employees Federation of Australia, 1988 AILR No.
Fowler v Syd-West Personnel Ltd (1998) 44 AILR para 3-836, where a company funded by government grants to establish employment programmes for people with disabilities was held not to be a trading corporation.