EAT Practice and Procedure : Striking-Out/Dismissal – Costs
The Claimant had an opportunity to give reasons orally why an order should not be made before her claim was struck out: rule 19(1) of the Employment Tribunal Rules 2004 was complied with. The Employment Tribunal did not err in law in making the striking out order. Appeal against striking out order dismissed.
The Claimant did not have a proper opportunity to give reasons orally why an order should not be made before the costs order was made: rule 38(9) of the 2004 Rules was not complied with. Appeal against costs order allowed.
David Richardson J
 UKEAT 0127 – 14 – 0708
England and Wales
Updated: 21 December 2021; Ref: scu.536696