Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act
Marginal note:Determination — paragraph 20.4(1)(a)
21.4 (1) On application made by the Commissioner for an order referred to in paragraph 20.4(1)(a) the Tribunal must determine whether the complainant has been subject to a reprisal and, if it so determines, the Tribunal may make an order granting a remedy to the complainant.
(2) The parties in respect of the application are the Commissioner and
(a) the complainant;
(b) if the complainant is a public servant, the complainant’s employer; and
(c) if the complainant is a former public servant, the person or entity who was the complainant’s employer at the time the alleged reprisal was taken.
Marginal note:Addition of party
(3) If the Tribunal is of the opinion that a person who has been identified as being a person who may have taken the alleged reprisal may be directly affected by a determination of the Tribunal, the Tribunal may add that person as a party.
- 2006, c. 9, s. 201
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