CIVIL PRACTICE – URGENT APPLICATIONS: AN APPLICATION STANDS AND FALLS ON ITS FOUNDING PAPERS
The applicant lodged an urgent application seeking to interdict the respondent employer from proceeding with the process of recruitment of a position, pending the finalization of an internal grievance procedure launched by the applicant in an attempt to be permitted to participate as a potential candidate for the position. The respondents filed notices of opposition, but they had not filed not file answering papers yet, but given the state of the founding papers at that stage, SCHIMMING-CHASE, J found it appropriate to consider the . . .