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A person who is dissatisfied with an Order made by an Assistant Registrar or Deputy Registrar (the "Registrar") at a Case Management Conference may file an appeal against the Order.
The person appealing the Order will be known as the "Appellant", and the other person will be known as the "Respondent". The terms "party" and "parties" are also used to refer in general to the person(s) involved in the case.
Consider if there are any grounds to appeal against the Order of the Registrar.
File a Notice of Appeal to Tribunal from Order of Registrar at the Employment Claims Registry, located at the Community Justice and Tribunals Division at Level 1 of the State Courts building, 1 Havelock Square, Singapore 059724.
The Notice must be filed within 7 working days after the date on which the Order that is being appealed against was made. E.g. If the Order is made on 3 April 2017, the last day an Appellant must file and serve the Notice is on 12 April 2017. If the last day of the period is a Saturday, Sunday or a Public Holiday, the Notice may be filed on the next working day.
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The Appellant must serve the Notice of Appeal on every party to the proceedings, to inform them to attend before the ECT on a specified date and time. The Appellant must serve the Notice within 7 working days from the date he filed the Notice of Appeal.
E.g. If the Notice is filed on 3 April 2017, the last day the Notice must be served on every party to the proceedings is on 12 April 2017. If the last day of the period is a Saturday, Sunday or a Public Holiday, the Notice may be served on the next working day. The Notice of Appeal may be served by:
A Notice of Hearing will be issued to the Appellant and Respondent to attend a Hearing at the ECT on a specified date and time. Both parties must attend the Hearing.
At the Hearing, the Tribunal may, among other things:
(a) Dismiss the appeal and uphold the Registrar's Order
(b) Allow the appeal and make an Order as it deems fit
The Employment Claims Registry will prepare the Order and give a copy of the Order to the Appellant and Respondent.
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