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State immunity: Tribunal claims were not precluded by State Immunity Act

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    Glinoer and another v The Greek School of London and the Republic of Greece EAT/1003/98 (0 other reports)

In holding that the Greek School of London and the Republic of Greece were immune from unfair dismissal proceedings, an employment tribunal misapplied the provisions of the State Immunity Act 1978, holds the EAT in Glinoer and another v The Greek School of London and the Republic of Greece 7.5.99 EAT 1003/98. The applicants were British nationals who had entered into their contracts of employment in the UK, and their cases fell within the ambit of the statutory exception from general state immunity provided for by s.4 of the Act.