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Duffy v George - not attendance of claimant does not prevent tribunal making findings adverse to respondent

EAT judgment headnote reads:

A Tribunal does not necessarily err in law if it proceeds with a hearing and makes findings of fact adverse to a respondent where a claimant does not attend and is not available for cross examination.

Rules 14 and 27 of the Employment Tribunal Rules of Procedure considered.

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