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Time limit on discriminatory retirement claims

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    Kingsbery v Southport & Formby NHS Trust [1993] IT/24198/92 (0 other reports)

Complaints under EEC law in respect of discriminatory retirement prior to 1986 had to be brought within three months of implementation of the Sex Discrimination Act 1986, rules a Liverpool industrial tribunal (Chair: E T Connolly) in Kingsbery v Southport & Formby NHS Trust.

Mrs Kingsbery was dismissed on 31 October 1984 when she reached the compulsory retirement age of 60 then in force for women.