Bureau of Printing vs BPEU (NLU) Case Digest – GR No. L-15751, January 28, 1961

Bureau of Printing vs BPEU Case Digest

Bureau of Printing vs BPEU Case Digest


Facts

The Court of Industrial Relations is being petitioned to annul certain of its orders and restrain it from further proceeding in the action for unfair labor practice filed by the Bureau of Printing Employees Union. The complaint includes coercing the Bureaus’s employees, particularly the members of the union, in the exercise of their right to self-organization and discriminating in regard to hiring, and tenure of their employment in order to discourage them from pursuing union activities.


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Issue

Is the Bureau of Printing immune from suit?

Ruling

The Bureau is not engaged in business or occupation for pecuniary profit. As an office of government, without any corporate or juridical personality, it cannot be sued.

The Court of Industrial Relations has no jurisdiction over the case and the complaint about unfair labor practice is dismissed and the order is set aside.


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