An order restricting the right of a person to make application to an employment tribunal without the consent of the EAT, was properly made where the behaviour of the respondent in the past had justified it, despite the fact that no proceedings had been begun recently. In this case it appeared that the respondent had not accepted that his cases were groundless, and had given no indication that he would not recommence his actions. This was not a breach of his human right to work.
EAT Procedural Issues – Employment Appeal Tribunal
The Honourable Mr Justice Lindsay (President)
Times 23-Jan-2001, Gazette 25-Jan-2001, EAT/1301/99,  IRLR 91
England and Wales
Followed – Attorney General v D’Souza EAT 19-Jul-2004
EAT Application by the Attorney-General for a Restriction of Proceedings Order pursuant to section 33 of the Employment Tribunals Act 1996 granted. It is not open to the Employment Appeal Tribunal considering an . .
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Updated: 23 July 2022; Ref: scu.171837