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24 March 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Underhill J (P)
It was not reasonably practicable for a dismissed employee to have presented his complaint of unfair dismissal within the time limit of three months from dismissal, because he did not know about the time limit and he was waiting for the decision of the internal appeal before deciding whether to bring a claim.
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