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Discrimination complaint need only specify minimum particulars

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    Dodd v British Telecom plc [1988] IRLR 16 EAT (0 other reports)

In Dodd v British Telecom plc (12.3.87) EOR17B, the EAT rules that a discrimination complaint is "presented", so as to stop the time limit from running, when it is received by the industrial tribunal and that in order to be a valid complaint the originating application need only be in writing, contain sufficient to identify who is making it and against whom it is made, and contain sufficient to show what sort of complaint.