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The Employment Appeals Tribunal hears appeals from decisions made by an Employment Appeal Tribunal. To bring an appeal you must be able to show that the Tribunal:
Misdirected itself on a point of law relevant to your case, or
Failed to provide sufficient and adequate reasons for reaching its decision, or
Breached rules of natural justice, or
Delayed excessively in providing its decision
There are strict time limits for bringing an appeal. We offer advice and assistance to Claimants who are considering appealing against an adverse Tribunal decision or who are already pursuing an appeal to the Employment Appeals Tribunal.
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