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Employer Dispute Claim

Nobody
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Thu, 11 Jan 2018 11:59:07 PM  (Last updated: Sat, 13 Jan 2018 08:30:51 AM)

Employers dispute employee's claim after Employee do complaint at Labour Law. 

1.  What court will be attend if any party not satisfied with the decision of the Presiding Officer  within 14 days from date of decision ?

2. What fees will be charge for defendant and plaintiff ? How much? 

3. What cost required pay by losing party? How much?

Kindly advise. Thank You.

KL Siew
Administrator
Fri, 12 Jan 2018 02:11:34 PM

1. Refer to section 77 of the Employment Act for guidance:

"Appeal against Director General’s order to High Court

77. (1) If any person whose financial interests are affected is dissatisfied with the decision or order of the Director General under section 69, 69B, 69C, 73 or subsection 81D(4) such person may appeal to the High Court.

(2) Subject to any rules made under section 4 of the Subordinate Court Rules Act 1955 [Act 55], the procedure in an appeal to the High Court shall be the procedure in a civil appeal from a Sessions Court with such modifications as the circumstances may require."

The dissatisfied party  should get a lawyer to do the appeal for him.

This can be costly affair. The lawyer should be able to advise on that.

Nobody
Member
Fri, 12 Jan 2018 09:20:05 PM
Originally posted by KL Siew on Fri, 12 Jan 2018 02:11:34 PM

1. Refer to section 77 of the Employment Act for guidance:

"Appeal against Director General’s order to High Court

77. (1) If any person whose financial interests are affected is dissatisfied with the decision or order of the Director General under section 69, 69B, 69C, 73 or subsection 81D(4) such person may appeal to the High Court.

(2) Subject to any rules made under section 4 of the Subordinate Court Rules Act 1955 [Act 55], the procedure in an appeal to the High Court shall be the procedure in a civil appeal from a Sessions Court with such modifications as the circumstances may require."

The dissatisfied party  should get a lawyer to do the appeal for him.

This can be costly affair. The lawyer should be able to advise on that.

Employers dispute employee's claim after Employee do complaint at Labour Law.

1. Could Employee appeal this case to Industrial Court besides High court?

2. What case can be appeal to Industrial Court?

3. Any fees to be pay?

KL Siew
Administrator
Sat, 13 Jan 2018 08:30:51 AM

Appeal against Labour Officer's order must be filed to the High Court and not to the Industrial Court.

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