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Hello,

 

I would like to write to the tribunal to ask them to review a judgement that has been made.

 

Do I write to the EAT or the ET in order to do so?

 

Thanks,

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If you are appealing the judgment on a point of law, EAT


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OK, thanks. But what if I'm just asking for the judgement to be reviewed due to an administrative error.

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That's be massively unusual. As when you were in court you would point out the admin error there and then.

 

I'd call the court and ask.


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PS does this relate to your other thread? Should it be added to it?


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When the case has been dismissed, then the are no upcoming court appearance to point out the error

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you said you withdrew at CMD due to stress. In what way is that an admin error? What am I missing/ not understanding?


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The judge dismissed upon withdrawal after respondents applied for 25(4) to be applied.

 

Respondents gave us 7 days to contest the 25(4) but the judge made the judgement before the 7 days were over- and before our application to contest 25(4) was received.

 

I'm just trying to figure out who I should write to sort this out. i

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I am afraid I cannot follow at all as you were resubmitting on Monday, and you also had a compromise offer yesterday.

 

1. You are employing a lawyer, use them for this kind of thing

2. Call the court and ask. Sounds like a point of law to me but they may be able to answer a query in this regard for you.


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My employment lawyer doesn't seem very knowledgeable about withdrawals. This seems odd. I have been asking for weeks. It may be a sign that I need to change lawyers.

 

I don't have a CA. An offer has been put on the table.

 

Thanks.

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I think we discussed changing lawyers before and you didn't want to...

 

I said a compromise offer. That is what you got. Why are you disagreeing with me?


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