Terry Ballard and Co (A Firm) v Stonestreet: EAT 11 Jan 2007

EAT Practice and Procedure – Review; Insolvency
A Respondent debarred under rule 4(1) and 9 may apply for a review and, if granted, appear as a full party. Otherwise there is no purpose in allowing it to make an application under rule 35. The Employment Tribunal erred in the administrative arrangements it made after he was debarred, causing confusion and unfairness, and wrongly refused to review the substantive judgment. DandH Travel and NSM Music applied. Remitted to the same Employment Tribunal to hold a review limited to compensation, as from the outset liability was not contested.


His Honour Judge Mcmullen QC


[2007] UKEAT 0568 – 06 – 1101, UKEAT/0568/06


Bailii, EAT


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