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The authority claim against my son in law was in terms of the Employment Tribunal Regulation 2013 rule 76 (1) (a) and (b). Their legal services refers to McPherson v BNP Paribas(2004) Civ 569 noting that the crucial question is whether the claimant has acted unreasonably in the conduct of the proceedings. My son in law believes that he did act responsibly but that to provide the information he was asked for could prejudice the outcome of professional conduct hearings which are imminent. The focus of these hearings is on both serious safeguarding issues and also on systematic falsifying of data. It is possible that these could lead to criminal charges. I am sorry that I am tardy with my reply. Thank you Donald XXX
As I will have to pay a fee tomorrow I had hoped that I would have had an answer today. Under the circumstances I will have to ask you to cancel. I am disappointed it took so long to respond to my question and accordingly I will close my account with immediate effect. Thank you. Donald XXX