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An independent trade union - an organisation not under the
domination or control of an employer - has a number of rights. These include
the right to make a contract, the right to conduct litigation (and with it the
liability to be sued in its own name), collective liability for any criminal
offence committed by it or on its behalf, the right (through a trust) to hold
property and limited liability for certain purposes, and the right to organise
and recruit members. There is a corresponding right for employees to join such
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