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COT3 bars later claim

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    Jhingoree v Debenhams plc [1995] IT/13064/95 (0 other reports)

In Jhingoree v Debenhams plc an Ashford industrial tribunal (Chair: D E de Saxe) rules that a race applicant could not bring proceedings because the wording of a COT3 entered into in respect of her earlier race discrimination claim was wide enough to constitute an agreement by the applicant not to proceed with a later claim which was in existence at the time the agreement was completed.

Eartha Jhingoree, in application 22204/94, claimed that she had been unlawfully discriminated against by The Burton Group of companies and one of its subsidiaries, Evans.