Labour Court (Iceland)

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Labour Court
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Established 1938
Country Iceland
Location Reykjavík
Composition method 1 appointed by the Confederation of Icelandic Employers
1 appointed by the Icelandic Confederation of Labour
1 nomination by the Supreme Court with Minister of Social Affairs and Housing confirmation
2 appointed by the Supreme Court
Authorised by Trade Union and Industrial Disputes Act No. 80/1938
Appellate court Supreme Court
Judge term length 3 years
Number of positions 5, by statute
Website (Icelandic)
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The Labour Court (Icelandic: Félagsdómur) is a special lower court in Iceland established in 1938 to handle industrial disputes between trade unions and employer associations.

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