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Nominal Expiry Date

Nominal Expiry Date

The nominal expiry date is the date in every enterprise agreement that specifies when the agreement will expire. This date cannot be more than 4 years after the day on which the FWC approves the agreement. An enterprise agreement continues to operate after this date, unless the agreement is terminated or replaced. However, employees covered by the agreement can take protected industrial action after (but not before) this nominal expiry date.

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