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20. DISSOLUTION

The National Federation shall not be dissolved, except by the decision of the majority of Federal Council members assembled at a meeting specially called for the purpose, with a clear notice of thirty days. The 'quorum' for the meeting shall be four-fifth of the total number of the Federal Council members of the National Federation. The meeting shall also decide in what manner the funds of the National Federation, after dissolution, if any, shall be disposed. At the time of dissolution, if the National Federation is registered under the Indian Trade Unions Act of 1926, then after the meeting dissolving the National Federation but within fourteen days from the date thereof, they shall be sent to the Registrar of Trade Unions a notice of dissolution in the form prescribed under the Indian Trade Unions Act 1926, and the dissolution shall not have effect until the same has been registered and a certificate of dissolution has been obtained from the Registrar of Trade Unions.
 
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