||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 14 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark
||The appellant appeared by his representative.
||Mark Walsh (instructed by Edwards Duthie) for the respondent.
||16 July 2002
Employment tribunal - Appeal from tribunal - Time for appeal - Tribunal delivering reasons but not stating reasons 'extended' - Tribunal subsequently stating reasons given were 'extended' - Whether time for notice of appeal running from date of reasons or from subsequent declaration that reasons given were extended.
The failure of the employment tribunal to state that a document constituted 'extended' reasons meant that time for filing a notice of appeal did not begin to run until the date of a subsequent letter stating that the reasons given had in fact been extended reasons.
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