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  1. I'm sorry for asking too many questions but I really need your help. I'm an employee .. I lost an employment tribunal case and I was ordered to pay £35,000 to the Employer & a union .. Before the payment order get defaulted .. I was thinking of making an offer to pay £10 per a month (the maximum that I can afford) but at the same time I do not want to compromise my appeal .. or admit liability which might affect my appeal Do you have a letter sample which can give me an idea .. or a paragraph that can sort this out?
  2. I'm an employee .. I lost an employment tribunal case and I was ordered to pay £35,000 to the Employer & a UNION .. Does anyone have a useful article, review article or a case about successful appeals in regard to costs ?
  3. I'm an employee .. I lost an Employment Tribunal case and I was ordered to pay for the employer .. Can they enforce it if I submit an appeal ?
  4. Thank you for your reply. No I didn't receive any paperwork from the tribunal that advises how / when / where I have to make payment. Do you have any idea how to request an instalment repayment?
  5. The case was struck out as per article 37 of the Employment tribunal (ET) rules (1) At any stage of the proceedings, either on its own initiative or on the application of a party, a Tribunal may strike out all or part of a claim or response on any of the following grounds— (a) that it is scandalous or vexatious or has no reasonable prospect of success; (b) that the manner in which the proceedings have been conducted by or on behalf of the claimant or the respondent (as the case may be) has been scandalous, unreasonable or vexatious The parties and the Employment Tribunal know that I can not afford to pay but the judge said that the rules say: The Employment Tribunal "MAY" have regard to the paying party’s ability to pay. So he decided not to take that in consideration. It is not clear from the judgement on what basis the costs were awarded
  6. I'm new here & sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong section. I lost an employment tribunal case and I was ordered to pay £35,000 for an organisation and a union, I'm an individual (employee) and I do not have legal representation. In addition, I do not have the ability to pay as I have been out of job for 1.5 years and I have no assets I wonder what should I do? I know that I can declare myself bankrupt but I want to avoid it if it is possible as it will have significant impact on my career. I have no previous experience or knowledge of what can I do and I would really appreciate your help.
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