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Monday, 13 November 2017
The number of tribunal awards registered in England and Wales fell to a record quarterly low during the third quarter, according to figures released by Registry Trust today. 

Registry Trust is the Registrar of Judgments, Orders and Fines in England and Wales (on behalf of the Ministry of Justice). In addition, it collects, verifies and publishes judgment information from jurisdictions throughout the British Isles and Ireland.

The average value of a tribunal award rose 12 percent, to £6,456, when compared with Q3 2016.

At £8,721, the average value of a business tribunal award increased by 14 percent; the average consumer tribunal award rose 17 percent to £5,411.

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