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A claim for discrimination must be brought within 3 months (less a day) of the discriminatory event.
Claims outside of the three month period may be accepted if the tribunal considers that it is just and equitable to do so or alternatively, where it forms part of a continuing act of discrimination.
Legislation provides for the modification of the time limits to allow for ACAS Early Conciliation. In summary, the legislation provides as follows:
It is exceptionally important to bring claims within the relevant time limit. If you consider that a time limit issue arises in your case then you should take legal advice without delay.
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