The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[insert] Employment Tribunal
To the [insert] Employment Tribunal
[Insert case name]
Case No: [Insert case number]
Application under Rule 13(1)
We act for the Claimant in the above matter.
We wish to make an application pursuant to Rule 13(1) for a reconsideration of the decision to reject the Claimant’s claim.
[The claim was rejected because the Claimant failed to provide [insert details, eg the address of the Second Respondent]. The Claimant is now able to rectify that omission [insert details of missing information].
The claim was rejected because the Claimant failed to use the correct form. The Claimant has now rectified that error and the correct form is attached.
The claim was rejected because the Employment Judge considered that [the claim form could not sensibly be responded to OR jurisdiction was lacking OR the claim was an abuse of process OR [the early conciliation number on the claim form was not the sa
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