The employees’ state insurance act, 1948 [Act No. 34 of 1948]1




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CHAPTER III

FINANCE AND AUDIT

26. Employees’ State Insurance Fund. — (1) All contributions paid under this Act and all other moneys received on behalf of the Corpo­ration shall be paid into a fund called the Employees’ State Insurance Fund which shall be held and administered by the Corporation for the purposes of this Act.

(2) The Corporation may accept grants, donations and gifts from the Central or any 1[State] Government, 2[* * *] Local authority, or any indi­vidual or body whether incorporated or not, for all or any of the purposes of this Act.



3[(3) Subject to the other provisions contained in this Act and to any rules or regulations made in this behalf, all moneys accruing or pay­able to the said Fund shall be paid into the Reserve Bank of India or such other bank as may be approved by the Central Government to the credit of an account styled the Account of the Employees’ State Insurance Fund.]

(4) Such account shall be operated on by such officers as may be authorised by the Standing Committee with the approval of the Corporation.



4[27. Grant by the Central Government.* * * ]

28. Purposes for which the Fund may be expended. — Subject to the provisions of this Act and of rules made by the Central Government in that behalf, the Employees’ State Insurance Fund shall be expended only for the following purposes, namely —

(i) payment of benefits and provision of medical treatment and attendance to insured persons and, where the medical benefit is extended to their families, the provision of such medical benefit to their families, in accordance with the provisions of this Act and defraying the charges and costs in connection therewith ;

(ii) payment of fees and allowances to members of the Corpora­tion, the Standing Committee and the Medical Benefit Council, the Regional Boards, Local Committees and Regional and Local Medical Benefit Coun­cils ;

(iii) Payment of salaries, leave and joining time allowances, travelling and compensatory allowances, gratuities and compassionate al­lowances, pensions, contributions to provident or other benefit fund of officers and servants of the Corporation and meeting the expenditure in respect of officers and other services set up for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of this Act ;

(iv) establishment and maintenance of hospitals, dispensaries and other institutions and the provision of medical and other ancillary services for the benefit of insured persons and, where the medical benefit is extended to their families, their families ;

(v) payment of contributions to any 1[State] Government 2[***] local authority or any private body or individual, towards the cost of medical treatment and attendance provided to insured persons and, where the medical benefit is extended to their families, their families, including the cost of any building and equipment, in accordance with any agreement entered into by the Corporation ;

(vi) defraying the cost (including all expenses) of auditing the accounts of the Corporation and of the valuation of its assets and liabilities ;

(vii) defraying the cost (including all expenses) of the Emplo­yees’ Insurance Courts set up under this Act ;

(viii) payment of any sums under any contract entered into for the purposes of this Act by the Corporation or the Standing Committee or by any officer duly authorised by the Corporation or the Standing Com­mittee in that behalf ;

(ix) payment of sums under any decree, order or award of and Court or Tribunal against the Corporation or any of its officers or servants for any act done in the execution of his duty or under a com­promise or settlement of any suit or other legal proceeding or claim instituted or made against the Corporation ;

(x) defraying the cost and other charges of instituting or defend­ing any civil or criminal proceedings arising out of any action taken under this Act ;

(xi) defraying expenditure, within the limits prescribed, on mea­sures for the improvement of the health and welfare of insured persons and for the rehabilitation and re-employment of insured persons who have been disabled or injured ; and

(xii) such other purposes as may be authorised by the Corpo-ration with the previous approval of the Central Government.

1[28-A. Administrative expenses. — The types of expenses which may be termed as administrative expenses and the percentage of the income of the Corporation which may be spent for such expenses shall be such as may be prescribed by the Central Government and the Corporation shall keep its administrative expenses within the limit so prescribed by the Central Government.]

29. Holding of property etc. — (1) The Corporation may, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government, acquire and hold property, both movable and immovable, sell or otherwise transfer any movable or immovable property which may have become vested in or have been acquired by it and do all things necessary for the purposes for which the Corporation is established.

(2) Subject to such conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government, the Corporation may from time to time invest any moneys which are not immediately required for expenses properly defra­yable under this Act and may, subject to as aforesaid, from time to time re-invest or realise such investments.

(3) The Corporation may, with the previous sanction of the Central Government and on such terms as may be prescribed by it, raise loans and take measures for discharging such loans.

(4) The Corporation may constitute for the benefit of its staff or any class of them, such provident or other benefit fund as it may think fit.



30. Vesting of the property in the Corporation. — All property acquired before the establishment of the Corporation shall vest in the Corporation and all income derived and expenditure incurred in this behalf shall be brought into the books of the Corporation.

1[31. Expenditure by Central Government to be treated as a loan.* * * ]

32. Budget estimates. — The Corporation shall in each year frame a budget showing the probable receipts and the expenditure which it pro­poses to incur during the following year and shall submit a copy of the budget for the approval of the Central Government before such date as may be fixed by it in that behalf. The budget shall contain provisions adequate in the opinion of the Central Government for the discharge of the liabilities incurred by the Corporation and for the main-tenance of a working balance.

33. Accounts. — The Corporation shall maintain correct accounts of its income and expenditure in such form and in such manner as may be prescribed by the Central Government.

2[34. Audit. — (1) The accounts of the Corporation shall be audited annually by the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India and any expenditure incurred by him in connection with such audit shall be payable by the Corporation to the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India.

(2) The Comptroller and Auditor-General of India and any person appointed by him in connection with the audit of the accounts of the Corporation shall have the same rights and privileges and authority in connection with such audit as the Comptroller and Auditor-General has, in connection with the audit of Government accounts and, in particular, shall have the right to demand the production of books, accounts, con­nected vouchers and other documents and papers and to inspect any of the offices of the Corporation.

(3) The accounts of the Corporation as certified by the Comp­troller and Auditor-General of India or any other person appointed by him in this behalf together with the audit report thereon shall be forwarded to the Corporation which shall forward the same to the Central Government along with its comments on the report of the Comptroller and Auditor­ General.]

35. Annual Report. — The Corporation shall submit to the Central Government an annual report of its work and activities.

36. Budget, audited accounts and the annual report to be placed before 1[Parliament]. — The annual report, the audited accounts of the Corpo­ration, 2[together with the 3[report of the Comptro-ller and Auditor-General of India thereon and the comments of the Corporation on such report] under section 34] and the budget as finally adopted by the Corporation shall be placed before 1[Parliament] 4[***].

37. Valuation of assets and liabilities.The Corporation shall, at intervals of 5[three years], have a valuation of its assets and liabilities made by a valuer appointed with the approval of the Central Government :

Provided that it shall be open to the Central Government to direct a valuation to be made at such other times as it may consider necessary.



CHAPTER IV

CONTRIBUTIONS

38. All employees to be insured. — Subject to the provisions of this Act, all employees in factories or establishments to which this Act applies shall be insured in the manner provided by this Act.

39. Contributions. — (1) The contribution payable under this Act in respect of an employee shall comprise contribution payable by the em­ployer (hereinafter referred to as the employer’s contribution) and contri­bution payable by the employee (hereinafter referred to as the employee’s contribution) and shall be paid to the Corporation.

1[(2) The contributions shall be paid at such rates as may be prescribed by the Central Government :

Provided that the rates so prescribed shall not be more than the rates which were in force immediately before the commencement of the Employees’ State Insurance (Amendment) Act, 1989 (29 of 1989).]



2[(3) The wage period in relation to an employee shall be the unit in respect of which all contributions shall be payable under this Act.]

(4) The contributions payable in respect of each 3[wage period] shall ordinarily fall due on the last day of the 3[wage period], and where an employee is employed for part of the 3[wage period], or is employed under two or more employers during the same 3[wage period] the contri-butions shall fall due on such days as may be specified in the regulations.



4[(5) (a) If any contribution payable under this Act is not paid by the principal employer on the date on which such contribution has become due, he shall be liable to pay simple interest at the rate of twelve per cent. per annum or at such higher rate as may be specified in the regulations till the date of its actual payment :

Provided that higher interest specified in the regulations shall not exceed the lending rate of interest charged by any scheduled bank.

(b) Any interest recoverable under clause (a) may be recover­ed as an arrear of land revenue or under section 45-C to section 45-I.

Explanation. — In this sub-section “ scheduled bank ” means a bank for the time being included in the Second Schedule to the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 (2 of 1934).]

40. Principal employer to pay contributions in the first instance. — (1) The principal employer shall pay in respect of every employee, whether directly employed by him or by or through an immediate employer, both the employer’s contribution and the employee’s contribution.

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other enactment but subject to the provisions of this Act and the regulations, if any, made thereunder, the principal employer shall, in the case of an employee directly employed by him (not being an exempted employee), be entitled to recover from the employee the employee’s contribution by reduction from his wages and not otherwise :

Provided that no such deduction shall be made from any wages other than such as relate to the period or part of the period in respect of which the contribution is payable] or in excess of the sum representing the employee’s contribution for the period.

(3) Notwithstanding any contract to the contrary, neither the principal employer nor the immediate employer shall be entitled to deduct the employer’s contribution from any wages payable to an employee or otherwise to recover it from him.

(4) Any sum deducted by the principal employer from wages under this Act shall be deemed to have been entrusted to him by the employee for the purpose of paying the contribution in respect of which it was deducted.

(5) The principal employer shall bear the expenses of remitting the contributions to the Corporation.



41. Recovery of contributions from immediate employer. — (1) A principal employer, who has paid contribution in respect of an employee employed by or through an immediate employer, shall be entitled to recover the amount of the contribution so paid (that is to say the employer’s contribution as well as the employee’s contribution, if any,) from the immediate employer, either by deduction from any amount payable to him by the principal employer under any contract, or as a debt payable by the immediate employer.

1[Explanation. — * * *]

2[(1-A) The immediate employer shall maintain a register of employees employed by or through him as provided in the regulations and submit the same to the principal employer before the settlement of any amount payable under sub-section (1).]

(2) In the case referred to in sub-section (1), the immediate employer shall be entitled to recover the employee’s contribution from the employee employed by or through him by deduction from wages and not otherwise, subject to the conditions specified in the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 40.



42. General provisions as to payment of contributions. — (1) No employee’s contribution shall be payable by or on behalf of an employee whose average daily wages 3[during a wage period are below 4[such wages as may be prescribed by the Central Government.]]

Explanation. — The average daily wages of an employee shall be calculated 1[in such manner as may be prescribed by the Central Government].

(2) Contribution (both the employer’s contribution and the employee’s contribution) shall be payable by the principal employer for each 2[wage period] 3[in respect of the whole or part of which wages are payable to the employee and not otherwise].



4[(3) ***]

5[(4) ***]

6[(5) ***]

43. Method of payment of contribution. — Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Corporation may make regulations for any matter relating or incidental to the payment and collection of contributions payable under this Act and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power such regulations may provide for —

(a) the manner and time of payment of contributions ;

(b) the payment of contributions by means of adhesive or other stamp affixed to or impressed upon books, cards or otherwise and regulat­ing the manner, times and conditions in, at and under which, such stamps are to be affixed or impressed ;

1[(bb) the date by which evidence of contributions having been paid is to be received by the Corporation ;]

(c) the entry in or upon books or cards of particular of contribu­tions paid and benefits distributed in the case of the insured persons to whom such books or cards relate ; and

(d) the issue, sale custody, production, inspection and delivery of books or cards and the replacement of books or cards which have been lost, destroyed or defaced.

2[44. Employers to furnish returns and maintain registers, in certain cases. — (1) Every principal and immediate employer shall submit to the Corporation or to such officer of the Corporation as it may direct such returns in such form and containing such particulars relating to persons employed by him or to any factory or establishment in respect of which he is the principal or immediate employer as may be specified in regulations made in this behalf.

(2) Where in respect of any factory or establishment the Corpo­-ration has reason to believe that a return should have been submitted under sub-section (1) but has not been so submitted, the Corporation may require any person in charge of the factory or establishment to furnish such partic­ulars as it may consider necessary for the purpose of enabling the Corpora­tion to decide whether the factory or establish-ment is a factory or establishment to which this Act applies.

(3) Every principal and immediate employer shall maintain such registers or records in respect of his factory or establishment as may be required by regulations made in this behalf.]

45. 3[Social Security Officers], their functions and duties. — (1) The Corporation may appoint such persons as 3[Social Security Officers], as it thinks fit, for the purposes of this Act, within such local limits as it may assign to them.

(2) Any 1[Social Security Officer] appointed by the Corporation under sub-sec­tion (1) (hereinafter referred to as 1[Social Security Officer]), or other official of the Corpo­ration authorised in this behalf by it may, for the purposes of enquiring into the correctness of any of the particulars stated in any return referred to in section 44 or for the purpose of ascertaining whether any of the provisions of this Act has been complied with —

(a) require any principal or immediate employer to furnish to him such information as he may consider necessary for the purposes of this Act ; or

(b) at any reasonable time enter any office, establishment, factory or other premises occupied by such principal or immediate employer and require any person found in charge thereof to produce to such 1[Social Security Officer] or other official and allow him to examine such accounts, books and other documents relating to the employment of persons and payment of wages or to furnish to him such information as he may consider necessary ; or

(c) examine, with respect to any matter relevant to the purposes aforesaid, the principal or immediate em­ployer, his agent or servant, or any person found in such factory, establishment, office or other premises, or any person whom the said 1[Social Security Officer] or other official has reasonable cause to believe to be or to have been an employee ;

2[(d) make copies of, or take extracts from, any register, account book or other document maintained in such factory, establishment, office or other premises ;

(e) exercise such other powers as may be prescribed.]

(3) 1[A Social Security Officer] shall exercise such functions and perform such duties as may be authorised by the Corporation or as may be specified in the regulations.

2[(4) Any officer of the Corporation authorised in this behalf by it may, carry out re-inspection or test inspection of the records and returns submitted under section 44 for the purpose of verifying the correctness and quality of the inspection carried out by a Social Security Officer.]

3[45-A. Determination of contributions in certain cases. — (1) Where in respect of a factory or establishment no returns, particulars, registers or records are submitted, furnished or maintained in accor-dance with the provisions of section 44 or any 4[Social Security Officer] or other official of the Corporation referred to in sub-section (2) of section 45 is 5[prevented in any manner] by the principal or immediate employer or any other person, in exercising his functions or discharging his duties under section 45, the Corporation may, on the basis of information available to it, by order, determine the amount of contributions payable in respect of the employees of that factory or establishment.]

6[Provided that no such order shall be passed by the Corporation unless the principal or immediate employer or the person in charge of the factory or establishment has been given a reasonable opportunity of being heard.]

1[Provided further that no such order shall be passed by the Corporation in respect of the period beyond five years from the date on which the contribution shall become payable.]

(2) An order made by the Corporation under sub-section (1) shall be sufficient proof of the claim of the Corporation under section 75 or for recovery of the amount determined by such order as an arrear of land revenue under section 45-B 2[or the recovery under section 45-C to section 45-I].



3[45-AA. Appellate Authority. — If an employer is not satisfied with the order referred in section 45-A, he may prefer an appeal to an appellate authority as may be provided by regulation, within sixty days of the date of such order after depositing twenty-five per cent. of the contribution so ordered or the contribution as per his own calculation, whichever is higher, with the Corporation :

Provided that if the employer finally succeeds in the appeal, the Corporation shall refund such deposit to the employer together with such interest as may be specified in the regulation.]



45-B. Recovery of contributions. — Any contribution payable under this Act may be recovered as an arrear of land revenue.]

4[45-C. Issue of certificate to the Recovery Officer. — (1) Where any amount is in arrear under this Act, the authorised officer may issue, to the Recovery Officer, a certificate under his signature specifying the amount of arrears and the Recovery Officer, on receipt of such certificate, shall proceed to recover the amount specified therein from the factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer by one or more of the modes mentioned below : —

(a) attachment and sale of the movable or immovable property of the factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immedi­ate employer ;

(b) arrest of the employer and his detention in prison ;

(c) appointing a receiver for the management of the movable or immovable properties of the factory or establishment, or, as the case may be, the employer :

Provided that the attachment and sale of any property under this section shall first be effected against the properties of the factory or establishment and where such attachment and sale is insufficient for recovering the whole of the amount of arrears specified in the certificate, the Recovery Officer may take such proceedings against the property of the employer for recovery of the whole or any part of such arrears.

(2) The authorised officer may issue a certificate under sub-section (1) notwithstanding that proceedings for recovery of the arrears by any other mode have been taken.



45-D. Recovery officer to whom certificate is to be forwarded. — (1) The authorised officer may forward the certificate referred to in section 45-C to the Recovery Officer within whose jurisdiction the employer —

(a) carries on his business or profession or within whose jurisdiction the principal place of his factory or estab­lishment is situate ; or

(b) resides or any movable or immovable property of the factory or establishment or the principal or immediate employer is situate.

(2) Where a factory or an establishment or the principal or immediate employer has property within the jurisdiction of more than one Recovery Officer and the Recovery Officer to whom a certificate is sent by the authorised officer —

(a) is not able to recover the entire amount by the sale of the property, movable or immovable, within his jurisdiction ; or

(b) is of the opinion that, for the purpose of expediting or securing the recovery of the whole or any part of the amount, it is necessary so to do,

he may send the certificate or, where only a part of the amount is to be recovered, a copy of the certificate certified in the manner prescribed by the Central Government and specifying the amount to be recovered to the Recovery Officer within whose jurisdiction the factory or establishment or the principal or immediate employer has property or the employer resides, and thereupon that Recovery Officer shall also proceed to recover the amount due under this section as if the certificate or the copy thereof had been the certificate sent to him by the authorised officer.

45-E. Validity of certificate and amendment thereof. — (1) When the authorised officer issues a certificate to a Recovery Officer under section 45-C, it shall not be open to the factory or establishment or the principal or immediate employer to dispute before the Recovery Officer the cor­rectness of the amount, and no objection to the certificate on any other ground shall also be entertained by the Recovery Officer.

(2) Notwithstanding the issue of a certificate to a Recovery Officer, the authorised officer shall have power to withdraw the certificate or correct any clerical or arithmetical mistake in the certificate by send­ing an intimation to the Recovery Officer.

(3) The authorised officer shall intimate to the Recovery Officer any orders withdrawing or canceling a certificate or any correc­tion made by him under sub-section (2) or any amendment made under sub-section (4) of section 45-F.

45-F. Stay of proceedings under certificate and amendment or withdrawal thereof. — (1) Notwithstanding that a certificate has been issued to the Recovery Officer for the recovery of any amount, the authorised officer may grant time for the payment of the amount, and thereupon the Recovery Officer shall stay the proceedings until the expiry of the time so granted.

(2) Where a certificate for the recovery of amount has been issued, the authorised officer shall keep the Recovery Officer informed of any amount paid or time granted for payment, subsequent to the issue of such certificate.

(3) Where the order giving rise to a demand of amount for which a certificate for recovery has been issued has been modified in appeal or other proceedings under this Act, and, as a consequence thereof, the demand is reduced but the order is the subject-matter of a further proceeding under this Act, the authorised officer shall stay the recovery of such part of the amount of the certificate as pertains to the said reduction for the period for which the appeal or other proceeding remains pending.

(4) Where a certificate for the recovery of amount has been issued and subsequently the amount of the outstanding demand is reduced as a result of an appeal or other proceedings under this Act, the authorised officer shall, when the order which was the subject-matter of such appeal or other proceeding has become final and conclusive, amend the certificate or withdraw it, as the case may be.



45-G. Other modes of recovery. — (1) Notwithstanding the issue of a certificate to the Recovery Officer under section 45-C, the Director-Gen­eral or any other officer authorised by the Corporation may recover the amount by any one or more of the modes provided in this section.

(2) If any amount is due from any person to any factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer who is in arrears, the Director-General or any other officer authorised by the Corporation in this behalf may require such person to deduct from the said amount the arrears due from such factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer under this Act and such person shall comply with any such requisition and shall pay the sum so deducted to the credit of the Corporation :

Provided that nothing in this sub-section shall apply to any part of the amount exempt from attachment in execution of a decree of a civil court under section 60 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (5 of 1908).

(3) (i) The Director-General or any other officer authorised by the Corporation in this behalf may, at any time or from time to time, by notice in writing, require any person from whom money is due or may become due to the factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer or any person who holds or may subsequently hold money for or on account of the factory or establishment or as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer, to pay to the Director-General either forthwith upon the money becoming due or being held or at or with­in the time specified in the notice (not being before the money becomes due or is held) so much of the money as is sufficient to pay the amount due from the factory or establishment or, as the case may be, the principal or immediate employer in respect of arrears or the whole of the money when it is equal to or less than that amount.

(ii) A notice under this sub-section may be issued to any person who holds or may subsequently hold any money for or on account of the principal or immediate employer jointly with any other person and for the purposes of this sub-section, the shares of the joint-holders in such account shall be presumed, until the contrary is proved to be equal.

(iii) A copy of the notice shall be forwarded to the principal or immediate employer at his last address known to the Director-General or, as the case may be, the officer so authorised and in the case of a joint account to all the joint-holders at their last addresses known to the Director-General or the officer so authorised.

(iv) Save as otherwise provided in this sub-section, every person to whom a notice is issued under this sub-section shall be bound to comply with such notice, and, in particular, where any such notice is issued to a post office, bank or an insurer, it shall not be necessary for any pass book, deposit receipt, policy or any other document to be produced for the purpose of any entry, endorsement or the like being made before payment is made notwith­standing any rule, practice or requirement to the contrary.

(v) Any claim respecting any property in relation to which a notice under this sub-section has been issued arising after the date of the notice shall be void as against any demand contained in the notice.

(vi) Where a person to whom a notice under this sub-section is sent objects to it by a statement on oath that the sum demanded or any part thereof is not due to the principal or immediate employer or that he does not hold any money for or on account of the principal or immediate employer, then, nothing contained in this sub-section shall be deemed to require such person to pay any such sum or part thereof, as the case may be, but if it is discovered that such statement was false in any material particulars, such person shall be personally liable to the Director-General or the officer so authorised to the extent of his own liability to the principal or immediate employer on the date of the notice, or to the extent of the principal or immediate employer’s liability for any sum due under this Act, whichever is less.

(vii) The Director-General or the officer so authorised may, at any time or from time to time, amend or revoke any notice issued under this sub-section or extend the time for making any payment in pursuance of such notice.

(viii) The Director-General or the officer so authorised shall grant a receipt for any amount paid in compliance with a notice issued under this sub-section and the person so paying shall be fully discharged from his liability to the principal or immediate employer to the extent of the amount so paid.

(ix) Any person discharging any liability to the principal or immediate employer after the receipt of a notice under this sub-section shall be personally liable to the Director-General or the officer so authorised to the extent of his own liability to the principal or immediate employer so discharged or to the extent of the principal or immediate employer’s liability for any sum due under this Act, whichever is less.

(x) If the person to whom a notice under this sub-section is sent fails to make payment in pursuance thereof to the Director- General or the officer so authorised, he shall be deemed to be a principal or immediate employer in default in respect of the amount specified in the notice and further proceedings may be taken against him for the realisation of the amount as if it were an arrear due from him, in the manner provided in sections 45-C to 45-F and the notice shall have the same effect as an attachment of a debt by the Recovery Officer in exercise of his powers under section 45-C.

(4) The Director-General or the officer authorised by the Corpo­ration in this behalf may apply to the court in whose custody there is money belonging to the principal or immediate employer for payment to him of the entire amount of such money, or if it is more than the amount due, an amount sufficient to discharge the amount due.

(5) The Director-General or any officer of the Corporation may, if so authorised by the Central Government by general or special order, recover any arrears of amount due from a factory or an establishment or, as the case may be, from the principal or immediate employer by distraint and sale of its or his movable property in the manner laid down in the Third Schedule to the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961).

45-H. Application of certain provisions of the Income-Tax Act. — The provisions of the Second and Third Schedules to the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961) and the Income-tax (Certificate Proceedings) Rules, 1962, as in force from time to time, shall apply with necessary modifications as if the said provisions and the rules referred to the arrears of the amount of contributions, interests or damages under this Act instead of to the income-tax :

Provided that any reference in the said provisions and the rules to the “ assessee ” shall be construed as a reference to a factory or an establish­ment or the principal or immediate employer under this Act.



45-I. Definitions. — For the purposes of sections 45-C to 45-H, —

(a) “ authorised officer ” means the Director-General, Insur­ance Commissioner, Joint Insurance Commissioner, Re­gional Director or such other officer as may be authorised by the Central Government, by notification in the Official Gazette ;

(b) “ Recovery Officer ” means any officer of the Central Government, State Government or the Corporation, who may be authorised by the Central Government, by notification in the Official Gazette, to exercise the powers of a Recovery Officer under this Act.]

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