This series contains more than one link to the 'snapshots' of this website. For some websites, the URL may change periodically. Despite this change to the URL these websites are part of the same record series as they represent the department or organisation's presence on the web at the time. Occasionally, more than one domain URL to the same website may run in parallel creating an overlap.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal was created in 1975 as a successor to the National Industrial Relations Court. The main function of the Employment Appeal Tribunal is to hear appeals from decisions made by Employment Tribunals in England, Scotland and Wales. It also hears appeals from (and applications relating to) decisions made by the Certification Officer or by the Central Arbitration Committee.
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