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The Employment Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2004

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5.—(1) Subject to rule 6, this rule applies when, on receiving the notice of appeal, the Board considers that it requires further information on the appellant’s grounds for the appeal and of any facts relevant to those grounds.

(2) The Board shall send the appellant a notice specifying the further information required by the Board within 21 days of receiving the notice of appeal.

(3) The appellant shall send the Board two copies of the further information within 21 days of receiving the notice requesting the information, or within such further period as the Board may allow.

(4) Subject to paragraph (5), within 21 days of receiving the further information the Board shall send the following documents to the Employment Tribunal Office

(a)the documents listed in rule 4(1);

(b)a copy of the notice requesting further information;

(c)any further information which has been provided to the Board; and

(d)any representations in writing regarding such information which the Board wishes to submit to the tribunal.

(5) If further information is not received by the Board within the time limit, the documents listed in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) of paragraph (4) shall be sent by the Board to the Employment Tribunal Office —

(a)within 50 days of the receipt of the notice of appeal by the Board; or

(b)if the Board has allowed a further period of time for delivery of further particulars under paragraph (3), within 7 days of the end of that period.

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