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Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. I am not sure I can answer the question about the payments being made after the issue of the P45/P60 as that is really a tax query but can discuss the other issues if you want me to?
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the time limit is 3 months but only for the employment tribunal so if you miss that decline you still have 6 years to make a claim in the county court so you will not just run out of time so quickly. If you were ready and available to work your notice period but the employer decided to let you go early then you should be paid for this period, it is called being paid in lieu of notice. That is something you can clai again, either in the tribunal or the county court, the time limits are the same
but the 3 month time limit starts to run from the time the payment became due, which would usually be the payment date when it was due to be paid
Please let me know if this has answered your original question or if you need me to clarify anything else for you in relation to this? Thanks
His letter sent to me says 'The remaining sites which will be completed in April/May 2014 will become due then. The monies owed will then be sent to you as a gross figure'.
Does this mean that I have 3 months from April/May to claim through an employment tribunal?
Well which months specifically would you like to claim for at this stage - the remaining sites that would become due in April/May? If so, then the time limit would start to run from the date they were due for payment, assuming payment was not completed then, so it would be from the due date in April/May, or it could be various dates depending on when each site became due for payment