- Deposit orders: reasons must be given for amount to be paid (Adams v Kingdom Services Group)
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Employment analysis: The requirement under Rule 39(3) of the Employment Tribunal Rules of Procedure for an employment tribunal to give its reasons for 'making' a deposit order includes not only an obligation to give reasons for making the deposit order at all, but also reasons for the particular amount that is ordered to be paid as the deposit, according to the EAT.
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