Application for Disclosure of Information
This template Application for Disclosure of Information refers to correct legal rules and is framed to help you get the information that you need. It does not include guidance. For guidance see Getting Information from the Other Side.
See: Employment Tribunal Applications (Employment Tribunal Claim)
Disclosure is the process by which you and your employer show the Employment Tribunal all the documents relevant to the case.
This means both you and your employer must disclose all documents you want to rely on even if those documents are not in your favour. “Document” means anything in which information of any description is recorded. This includes letters and emails drafts, calendars, manuscript and post‐it notes, voicemails and other telephone recordings, text messages, computer disks, documents on servers and back‐up systems and documents that have been deleted and blogs. If you believe that your employer is withholding information or if your employer has not fully revealed information (for example by extensive redaction), you can make an application for Disclosure of Information.