8.2 National insurance failures

Commentary

8.2.3 Convictions and appeals

Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago | Commentary

8.2.3 Convictions and appeals

Trinidad and Tobago | Commentary

8.2.3     Convictions and appeals

Where an employer has been deemed to have committed an offence, they can expect formal proceedings to be brought to seek recovery of any outstanding contributions due. Where convicted, the National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIBTT), under the National Insurance Act 1971 Chap 32:01, have the power to initiate civil proceedings to recover debt, where they see fit.

Employers seeking to fulfil their right to appeal should look to the rules of court for further information. However, the Act states that appeals from decisions made by the NIBTT shall be presented to the Appeals Tribunal

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