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Hi There,

 

I'm hoping someone with experience of how the tribunal work can advise me on this.

 

If a key witness is unable to attend due to sickness, and doesn't provide any sick notes or letters from their doctor (after the case was listed and cancelled due to this) can the tribunal decide not to re list the case?

 

Can the tribunal consider the case in their absence and what factors are taken into account?

 

Thanks Jovanna x

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too sick to provide a statement maybe witnessed by a lawyer or similar that met them at home?

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The witnessess are the other side. After I provided my evidence, they went off sick.

 

The case was originally listed for a week in April, and the tribunal cancelled this to be listed for another date, following evidence they provided of illness.

 

They're currently waiting for medical information which would indicate when one of the witnesses would be fit enough to attend the hearing, but to date this hasn't been received.

 

I am told that the tribunal could decide to list the case without it- or indeed decide not to.

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