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Withdrawing ET1 and submitting a new one after Grievance


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Hello,

 

I wou1d just like your opinon about withdrawing and re-submitting ET1s. (I did post something similar in my original thread, but no one replied)

 

On or about 14/05/12 an act of discrimnation happened which lead me to raise a grievance. (I did not realize that act of discrimination happened on that date until after I got the grievance investigation results.)

On 25/05/12 I raised a grievance.

On 12/06/12 I had a grievance meeting

On 26/06/12 I filed an ET1

On 12/07/12 I received the results of the grievance investigation. New info came to light.

On 22/07/12 I appealed the grievance

On 18/08/12 I had my grievance appeal

On 31/08/12 I had my CMD

On 11/08/12 I received the results of the appeal investigation - some of which contradicts the orginal investigation. New info came to light.

 

If I withdraw my original ET1 and Submit a new one will I be out of time?

or is it adviseable to submit a second ET1 with the new information.

 

Thanks,

GP

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