PLEASE PLEASE THE ADMINISTRATION TIP AT 604-660-1304 or e-mail email@example.com if you can`t find the collective agreement you`re looking for in the Employer A-Z index. 2. Where a collective agreement contains provisions that take into account a subject mentioned in column 1 of the table below and, If considered together, if they meet the requirements of the party or section of this Act that opposes Column 2 of the table, these provisions of the collective agreement replace the requirements of this part or section of the law applicable to workers under the collective agreement: b) another jurisdiction or other designated entity pursuant to this party or collective agreement; Section 3, paragraph 2 [where the provisions of the collective agreement replace the provisions of this Act] the appeal procedure contained in the collective agreement or, if necessary, the collective agreement under Section 84 (3) of the Labour Code, applies to the resolution of the dispute. (8) Despite the provisions of Section 3 (6), the arbitration body may refer the decision to the Director for salary recovery purposes, Where an arbitration body rules on the merits of a case in dispute within the meaning of S.3 (7) and the decision applies in the case of wages, the arbitration body may refer the decision to the director for forfeiture of wages and, to that end, the director may collect the salaries of the ss.87 to 97 and 99, as if the decision of the arbitration proceeding were an order of the Tribunal. (9) In section 3, paragraph 8, the “arbitration body” has the same meaning as in Part 8 of the Labour Code. Subsection 6. The enforcement, collection and claim provisions of the Act, particularly parts 10, 11 and 13, do not apply to the application of a provision of the act as defined in this subsection. All disputes relating to the application, interpretation or application of a provision of the law that are considered covered by the collective agreement under Section 3 (6) must be resolved as part of the appeal proceedings in the collective agreement. Subsection 7. The Director does not have the power to review the terms of a collective agreement and decide whether a provision of the law is considered corporatist. The resolution of disputes relating to the application, interpretation or application of parts or provisions of the law that are considered to be an integral part of a collective agreement covered by paragraph 3, paragraph 3, or paragraph 6, is done through the appeal procedure in the collective agreement, not through the enforcement provisions of the law. The Director is not empowered to resolve disputes over a provision of the law considered to be contained in a collective agreement.