Ministry of Justice v Burton and another UKEAT/0210/15

Part time property judges treated less favourably than full time tax equivalents

In Ministry of Justice v Burton and another the EAT upheld the ET’s finding that part-time judges of the Residential Property Tribunal had been treated less favourably than their full time comparators (full time salaried judges of the First-Tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber)).

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