Procedures and Guidance
Under subsection 21(2) of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act, the Chairperson of the Tribunal may make rules of procedure.
The purpose of this guide is to give an overview of how a reprisal complaint by a public servant makes its way to the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal (the Tribunal) and how the Tribunal generally conducts its hearings.
This Guide will help you represent yourself before the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal (Tribunal) if that is what you have decided to do. It is based on the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act, the Rules of Procedure which the Tribunal has adopted, the Procedural Guide and the document entitled How a Reprisal Complaint Comes Before the Tribunal.
You will find Notices to Parties and Members of the Legal Profession and Practice Directions issued by the Chairperson or Registrar of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal.
Statement on Mediation and Settlement Conferences
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