(1988 Act, s 64)(1) The Director-General may enter into an agreement with any association or organisation representing a group or class of officers, temporary employees or casual employees with respect to industrial matters.(2) Any such agreement binds all officers, temporary employees and casual employees in the class or group affected by the agreement, and no such officer or employee (whether a member of the association or organisation with which the agreement was entered into or not) has any right of appeal against the terms of the agreement.(3) This section does not apply in relation to remuneration or allowances fixed under Part 3.1 or under the Statutory and Other Offices Remuneration Act 1975.(4) An agreement under this section is not an enterprise agreement within the meaning of the Industrial Relations Act 1996. However, the Director-General (or any delegate of the Director-General) may enter into such an enterprise agreement as the employer of the officers, temporary employees or casual employees concerned.