Attorney General v Kuttappan - Vexatious claimant: Restriction of Proceedings Order - New on EAT website 4/1/06

The EAT can make a "restriction of proceedings" order if a person persists in instituting or making vexatious proceedings or applications either to an Employment Tribunal or to the EAT itself, under Employment Tribunals Act 1996 s.33. The order will provide that the litigant may not bring or continue proceedings before an Employment Tribunal or the EAT without leave of the EAT. In this case the EAT made such an order saying, "We regard this as about a plain a case for a s.33 order as they come ...".

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