21. Unions and federations of professional syndicates shall enjoy, in their own sphere, all the rights and powers conferred by this Act upon professional syndicates, and particularly those provided for in section 20. They may also establish and administer a special fund or a pension plan provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2, respectively, of the second paragraph of section 9, for the benefit of the members of the adhering syndicates and of their heirs or beneficiaries, if such syndicates agree thereto, whether they adhere directly to such union or federation or are members of an affiliated union or federation.
They may, in addition, institute councils of conciliation and arbitration between the syndicates, which shall, at the request of the interested parties, render decisions upon the disputes submitted to them. Such decisions shall be submitted to the Superior Court for homologation, and, after the judgment confirming them, shall have the force of a final judgment and be executory in the manner provided for the execution of judgments of the said Court.
R. S. 1964, c. 146, s. 20; 1989, c. 38, s. 280.