Commentary

167.6 Enforcement of the Equality Act 2010

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| Commentary

167.6 Enforcement of the Equality Act 2010

| Commentary

167.6 Enforcement of the Equality Act 2010

Claims under the Equality Act 2010 must be brought either in a county court or in an employment tribunal1. The county court has jurisdiction to hear claims related to provision of services, the exercise of public functions, disposal and management of premises, education (other than in relation to disability), and associations2. An employment tribunal has jurisdiction to hear:

  1. 167.6.1

        cases involving discrimination in a work context (which includes contract workers, partners, office holders and barristers and advocates),

  2. 167.6.2

        cases about the terms of collective agreements (which can cover any of the terms of

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