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Agreement following conciliation on a complaint of [insert details of the complaints made by the claimant, eg unfair dismissal, sex discrimination etc] made by the claimant to the Employment Tribunal
Settlement reached as a result of conciliation action.
The Claimant and the Respondent have agreed as follows:
[For the purposes of this settlement, ‘Group Company’ means [any holding company of ]the Respondent and any subsidiary of the Respondent[ or of any such holding company, each] as defined by section 1159 of the Companies Act 2006.]
Subject to and conditional upon the terms set out in this settlement, the Respondent will, without any admission of liability, pay to the [Claimant OR Claimant’s solicitors, [insert details of Claimant’s solicitors],] the sum of £[set out details] (less any required deductions for income tax and primary class 1 (employee) National Insurance contributions) within [insert number of days, eg seven] days of the date of receipt by the [Respondent OR Respondent’s solicitors, [insert details of Respondent’s solicitors]] of a copy of this form signed by [Claimant OR Claimant’s solicitors].
The payment referred to in Clause 2 is in full and final settlement of:
the claim[s] brought by the Claimant against the Respondent[ and [insert details of any other parties to the claim to which the settlement applies, eg any Group Company]] in the
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