- Amended guidance on making a statutory appeal issued by the ET Presidents
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- What is the impact of this development?
- What is the background to the new Presidential Guidance?
- What is covered in the new Presidential Guidance?
Employment analysis: Amended guidance on how to make a statutory appeal to an employment tribunal has been issued by the Presidents of the Employment Tribunals of England and Wales and Scotland. The guidance is dated 11 September 2017 and, although it does not explicitly state so, presumably is intended to take effect immediately. It replaces the guidance which had effect from 23 June 2014. There are five forms in appendices to the new guidance which should now be used to make each of the relevant statutory appeals. Included in those five forms is a new form for bringing an appeal against a financial penalty notice issued for failure to pay sums ordered to be paid (or settlement sums). The forms in respect of the other statutory appeals have been amended to remove references to fees.
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