Judgment No. 3987
The application for interpretation and review is dismissed.
The complainant has filed an application for interpretation and review of Judgment 3913.
ILOAT Judgment(s): 3913
application for interpretation; application for review; complaint dismissed
In her pleas in the application for interpretation and review, the complainant acknowledges that ordinarily an application for interpretation must concern an interpretation of the decision and not the Tribunal’s reasons. Nothing is said in the pleas about the meaning of the decision requiring interpretation, nor does the complainant argue that this is one of those rare cases when the considerations can be considered as part of the interpretation of the decision. Accordingly nothing more need be said about the application for interpretation.
application for interpretation
The gravamen of the application for review involves a contention that the Tribunal disregarded the fundamental facts of the case and, in the result, the amount ordered by way of damages was far too low. Indeed it is contended that the “complainant felt such paltry amounts to be rather insulting rather than compensatory”. But in substance, the complainant is simply challenging the assessment by the Tribunal of the damages which should be awarded, and that matter is res judicata unless an error is established of the type which can found a review. No such error is identified.
mistake of law