Chauhan v DDG Windows: EAT 28 Oct 2013

EAT Practice and Procedure : Striking-Out/Dismissal – An appeal to this Tribunal is an opportunity for a litigant to ask for a further view to be taken of his claim but it is subject to procedural rules so as to enable this Tribunal to deal not just with that appeal but with a large number of other appeals, all of which must be dealt with in an orderly fashion if this Tribunal is to function effectively. If appellants who have been granted a full hearing do not comply with the Rules, they must understand that whilst some allowance may be made initially, if there is repeated non-compliance, eventually their appeal will be dismissed, because, in the interests of the administration of justice, that matter should not take up the time of this Tribunal any further. Appeal dismissed because of non-compliance with the rules and costs of andpound;1,500.00 ordered.

Hand QC J
[2013] UKEAT 0195 – 13 – 2810
England and Wales


Updated: 01 December 2021; Ref: scu.522344