Catalogue description Employment Appeal Tribunal Website

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Details of TR 13
Reference: TR 13
Title: Employment Appeal Tribunal Website

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Employment Appeal Tribunal website.

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Date: From 2000

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TR 41

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English

Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1975-

Tribunals Service, 2006-2011

Physical description: archived website(s)
Access conditions: Open
Immediate source of acquisition:

Gathered from original website.

Accruals: Future website versions may be anticipated.
Administrative / biographical background:

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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