Regulation-11(1) read with Payment of Wages Act, 1936 Section-20
Chief Accountant, respondent No.2 acted in his administrative, managerial and supervisory capacity and by no stretch of imagination he is to be called a worker.
M. Sanaullah Noori Vs. Labour Court & Ors. 9BLT(HCD)-218
Principle on examination of the signature by the handwriting expert
During pendency of the suit the petitioner who is defendant No. 1 filed an application for examining the handwriting of defendant no. 2 given kabala dated -2.08.1995 with the signature given by him in kabala dated 06.08.1995—If the defendant No.2 is cited witness by defendant No.1 and refused to depose in the suit or if he would file any written statement denying his signature on the said kabala the question of examination of his handwriting or his signature by the expert could have arise. Unless the defendant No. 2 is cited in the suit and he refused to examine on behalf of the defendant No.1 or did not appear before the court, the court may have consider the prayer to see about genuineness of the signature.
Mohammad Moslem Mollah Vs. Muklesur Rahman Mollah & Ors. 8BLT(HCD)-35