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Thank you for your enquiry. If the case is already with the employment tribunal then all you have to do is write to the tribunal service who is dealing with you claim (using the names of the claimant and respondent along with your case number) you will then state that you have made previous request to the respondent for time sheets (be specific as possible about these i.e. dates etc.). Tell the court that despite making a subject access request for these the respondent as failed to disclose these, in relation to that fact you are asking that the court order the respondent to disclose the documents to you pithing a period of 14 days. The Tribunal will allow them to respond then consider the request and response before making an order as to whether they are to disclose them to you or not. It really is that simple.
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