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Not officially. Although it will usually be the employer that produces evidence to counter the presumption of redundancy, there is no formal burden of proof on the employer. The tribunal should make its decision based on all the evidence before it and most commonly it is the employer that would provide the required evidence to try and show that you were not owed any redundancy.
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