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What is EAT

This is an abbreviation for " Employment Appeals Tribunal". If either party wants to appeal a decisions made by an Employment Tribunal because of a legal mistake then they can appeal to the EAT.  You can go to them for an appeal if the tribunial

  •  interpreted  the law wrong
  •  didn?t apply the law correctly
  •  didn?t follow the procedures correctly and this affected the decision
  •  had no proper evidence to support its decision
  •  was unfairly biased towards the other party which can be proved.

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