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29-01-2015

A claimant who had made 19 claims against various organisations when he failed to secure jobs with them or, in one case, his probationary period was not extended has been banned from bringing further employment tribunal claims without permission. 

In a rare case, the Attorney General successfully applied for an s33 order to be made against him. Under the Employment Tribunals Act 1996 the Attorney General can apply to bar an individual from bringing further employment tribunal claims unless they first obtain permission.  It is a power that is used only in the most exceptional cases. Nevertheless, it is worth bearing in mind when to sue and when not to sue.

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