KLT Construction Ltd v Swain: EAT 8 Jul 2010

EAT PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE – Appearance/response
At a review of a default judgment, made because of the late response, the Employment Judge did not consider the prospect of its success. Given that error, the EAT set aside the review judgment and the default judgment and then directed the response be accepted out of time.


McMullen QC J


[2010] UKEAT 0527 – 09 – 0807




CitedKwik Save Stores Ltd v Swain EAT 1997
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