93 Complaints to [employment tribunal]
93 Complaints to [employment tribunal]

(1)     A complaint may be presented to an [employment tribunal] by an employee on the ground that—

(a)     the employer unreasonably failed to provide a written statement under section 92, or

(b)     the particulars of reasons given in purported compliance with that section are inadequate or untrue.

(2)     Where an [employment tribunal] finds a complaint under this section well-founded, the tribunal—

(a)     may make a declaration as to what it finds the employer's reasons were for dismissing the employee, and

(b)     shall make an award that the employer pay to the employee a sum equal to the amount of two weeks'

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