عنوان مقاله [English]
Iran's Labor Law (1990) provides for Dispute Settlement bodies at two levels: the recognition Board and the Dispute Settlement Board. According to Article 157 of the Labor Code, these boards are competent to deal with any individual dispute between the worker and the employer or trainee arising out of the enforcement of labor law and other labor regulations, apprenticeship contracts, workplace agreements, or collective labor agreements. Subject to paragraph (2) of Article 10 of the Law on the Organization and Procedure of the Administrative Justice Court (AJC), certain decisions and judgments of the Labor’s Dispute Settlement bodies may be appealed in the Branches of the AJC. The rules and procedures for dealing with these matters are set out in Article 63 of the said Act. There are some ambiguities and challenges to both the jurisdiction and the procedure of the AJC concerning judicial review of decisions of the Labor’s Dispute Settlement Authorities, in which the answer to these ambiguities can be found in the Court's jurisprudence. Accordingly, in this descriptive-analytical method, this article attempts to study the jurisdiction and procedure of the AJC in judicial review of decisions of the Labor’s Dispute Settlement Bodies concerning the jurisprudence of the AJC.