||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 170 (Dec)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Burke QC, Mr D Lewis and Miss G Mills
||Natasha Peter (instructed by Hague & Dixon, York) for the employee.
||Frank Sutcliffe of Ford & Warren, Leeds, for the employer.
||23 September 2002
Employment - Employment tribunal - Complaint - Time limit - Reasonable practicability of presenting complaint - Just and equitable to extend time limit.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal had to be very careful not to interfere with a decision of an employment tribunal both on an issue of whether it was just and equitable to extend the time limit or on reasonable practicability for presentation of a complaint, where the tribunal could not be shown to have misdirected themselves on the law and where the decision was essentially a factual one.
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