Excellent experience start to finish – always very responsive to any queries and the turnaround on the property I was buying was very quick, even in the busy time leading up to stamp duty deadline. Jenny was always very helpful and went above and beyond to close on a short timescale.
In Fulton v Bear Scotland, the EAT held that the employment tribunal was right to consider itself bound by the earlier EAT decision in Bear Scotland that a break of more than three months between non-payment or underpayment of wages breaks the series of deductions.
The EAT made the decision regarding the three month rule and passed the case back to the employment tribunal to consider the application of the law to the facts. The employment tribunal applied the EAT’s ruling and excluded claims where more than three months had passed between successive non or underpayments of holiday pay. It was appealed on the basis that the EAT’s ruling was not sufficiently material to the decision and that the application of the rule would lead to ‘unfair’ results.
The EAT held that the employment tribunal was right to consider itself bound by the earlier EAT decision in Bear Scotland.