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Judgment No. 2088

Decision

1. THE QUESTION OF A CLAIM FOR TERMINATION INDEMNITY UNDER RULE 109.7 IS RETURNED TO THE PARTIES FOR ARGUMENT AS SET OUT IN PARAGRAPH 27, RESERVING THE QUESTION OF COSTS.
2. ALL OTHER CLAIMS ARE DISMISSED.

Consideration 27

Extract:

The complainant seeks "a termination indemnity under Rule 109.5 which does not deal with indemnities. These are in fact dealt with under 109.7 [...] the question of a termination indemnity was not argued before the Tribunal probably because the complainant did not cite the number of the Staff Rule correctly. The Tribunal considers that the question of a claim under 109.7 (mistakenly referred to as 109.5) should be returned to the parties for argument on this single issue".

Reference(s)

Organization rules reference: UNESCO STAFF RULE 109.5 UNESCO STAFF RULE 109.7

Keywords

complainant; remand; iloat; adversarial proceedings; staff regulations and rules; enforcement; provision; terminal entitlements; request by a party



 
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