The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Insert] Employment Tribunal
To the [insert] Employment Tribunal
[Insert name of case, eg X v Y]
Claim Number: [insert claim number]
We act for the [Claimant OR Respondent] in the above matter. We apply to the tribunal, under rules 29 and 31 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013, for an order that the [Claimant OR Respondent] provide to us in writing the following additional information in relation to the [claim OR response]: [specify information]
[Under paragraph 6.2 of the Claim: of the allegation that 'I was regularly subjected to derogatory comments because of my race’, please state in respect of each alleged comment:]
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Competency—general ruleThe most common way for evidence to be adduced is through the testimony of a witness. A witness is said to be competent if they can, as a matter of law, be called by a party to give evidence. All people are deemed competent to give evidence, whatever their age, at every stage
Scott Schedules are often very useful in construction disputes. They help to identify the key issues between the parties, and to set out for the judge in a single document a summary of the parties’ rival cases on an item-by-item basis.The need for a Scott Schedule in construction cases arises
Coronavirus (COVID-19): The guidance detailing normal practice set out in this Practice Note may be affected by measures concerning process and procedure in the civil courts that have been introduced as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For guidance, see Practice Note: Coronavirus
If a party to a property agreement fails to comply with its obligations, the other party may wish to apply for an order for specific performance. Specific performance is an equitable, discretionary remedy which, if granted, compels a party to perform a contractual obligation. This Practice Note
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