Kylemore Services Group/ Home Fare Services Limited v Terrie Clarke 
Legal BodyLabour Court
Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
This decision largely concentrated on whether the appeal had been made within the statutory time limit of 42 days. The Court stressed that exceptional circumstances must be proven to allow an extension of time, which is considered on the merits of each individual case.
The Court had to consider whether it is 'out of the ordinary course or uncommon' for a solicitor to send an appeal by post one day before the expiration of the time limit without making any effort to track its progress. The Court held that the Appellant was entitled to believe that her legal representative would take all
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