Ms ABC v Board of Governors of St Mary’s Primary School Ballygawley et alPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
A pre-hearing review was arranged to consider an application to extend the wordlimit in the claimant’s witness statement and, if granted, to determine the word -limit to be imposed for the witness statement and/or to strike -out and not admit in evidence at the substantive hearing the claimant’s witness statement, in whole or in part and/or to give such further case-management directions/orders, as might be necessary and appropriate. Citing the case of Carol Crockett v Police Federation of Northern Ireland and Another [Case Reference Nos: 557/13 and 1279/13]  NIIT] the tribunal stressed that the use of word-limits was merely a tool to enable the tribunal to properly case-manage the
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